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Guide Dogs Tasmania

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Our Services

As the only organisation raising and training Guide and Autism Assistance Dogs in Tasmania, we work to bring independence, safety, and inclusion to people in our own community. Our remarkable Guide, Therapy, and Autism Assistance Dogs quite literally change the world for Tasmanians living with disability.

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Your support helps us continue to raise and train life-changing puppies. You can make a once-off donation, or join our very special group of Puppy Love Members through a small, regular, monthly gift, or consider leaving a gift in your Will.

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Our supporters are passionate people who often attend our events and get involved as fundraisers, volunteers, puppy raisers and puppy boarders. So join us, and help make a meaningful difference for our little heroes-in-waiting and the people whose lives they transform.

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Latest News & Events

Peter smiling at the cameraGift in Will StoriesNews
October 19, 2021

Supporting Tasmanians now, and in the future

“Having my Will organised is a load off my mind... I just hope more people do it.” – Peter   Ever since Peter Bomford started looking after our training dogs,…
pauline and her husband holding two puppiesNewsPuppy Development Program Stories
October 19, 2021

Pauline, a proud Puppy Raiser!

It’s the best feeling in the world! – Pauline Do you remember Vinnie, our Autism Assistance Dog who we introduced you to in the last edition of Paw Prints? This…
Handler Phil and his guide dog YodaGuide Dog StoriesNews
October 19, 2021

Yoda is guiding Phil through new beginnings

He picks things up so quickly and lets me focus on getting to my destination. – Phil When Phil Menzie started a new job this year, the change was made…
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Anne Billy

“Having Billie makes the world feel much friendlier, because before, it was all about obstacles, whereas now, it’s just about freedom.”

Anne Jackson

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