This festive season, Guide Dogs NSW/ACT is calling on the community of Coffs Harbour to get in the spirit of giving and join the local Guide Dogs Support Group.
Guide Dog Program Supervisor, Doug Richie is celebrating 35 years of helping those who are vision impaired.
Guide Dog handlers will carry photo ID cards that can be produced in the case of a business illegally refusing them entry from next year.
Guide Dogs Instructor, Felicity Gates, is now offering Guide Dog and long cane orientation and mobility training to residents on the South Coast.
Poppi the Guide Dog Facebook page fans eagerly await each instalment – a cute photo, colourful anecdote or funny antic. This page however has a more serious side too.
A dedicated school student who has helped Gisele Mesnage exercise her Guide Dog for five years has been honoured for his efforts.
Last week, Guide Dogs NSW/ACT brought some puppy love to the University of NSW as part of Stress Less Week.
A year ago, dressage champion Sue-Ellen Lovett was riding towards spotlights but now she uses living markers.
A very special ceremony took place in Newcastle this week, when six new Guide Dogs were presented with their harnesses. It was the first event of its kind in the Hunter.
When Guide Dog in training, Ziggy, saw his Puppy Raiser across the kennels he couldn’t contain his excitement.