Guide Dog Sundae leads owner Eric across a pedestrian crossing

Retain your freedom & independence through a Guide or Assistance Dog. Learn more about eligibility, the assessment process, NDIS funding and how to make an online application.

Guide Dog in training looks at Guide Dogs WA merchandise stall

Find out ways to support the training programs. From leaving a gift in your will to workplace giving, corporate partnerships to sponsorship, there’s something for everyone.

Star Wars characters, Storm Troopers and Darth Vader stand by the Guide Dogs WA merchandise stall

Get more involved in supporting the training programs. Become a dog boarder, volunteer, run a marathon or hold a fundraising event – there’s so many ways to get involved.

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Street Appeal Pupdates

Did you contribute to one of our orange t-shirted volunteers during Guide Dog Day Street Appeals this year or last year? Thanks to you, over $35,000 was raised each year, which enabled Daisy & Jackson to join the pack.

Changing Lives

Companion Dog Margie Changes Beth’s World

Not every dog that joins the Guide Dog WA program is destined to become a Guide Dog. Golden Labrador, Margie was progressing well with her training until, at 18 months of age, she was prematurely withdrawn from the program due to mild arthritis.

Join our Team of Puppy Raisers & Dog Boarders

Our team of volunteer Puppy Raisers, Formal and Temporary Boarders do an amazing job of providing short, medium and longer term homes for our puppies and young adult dogs in training.

Guide Dogs WA provides all food, toys, bedding, leads, collars, veterinary costs etc. With close guidance from our expert trainers, you would be required to uphold core basic training & obedience regimes, while enjoying the fun and companionship that comes with sharing your home with a highly-trained dog.

Although puppy raising and dog boarding offers a flexible option for people with life or work commitments, we encourage you to attend one of our free, no-commitment information sessions to learn more.

Video credit and thanks to Melville Volunteer Resource Centre

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