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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

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May 4, 2021

Introducing EverAbility Group

In June 2016, Guide Dogs Tasmania merged with VisAbility Ltd to allow for the delivery of a greater range and level of service for people living with a disability in…
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April 6, 2021

Guide Dogs Can Go Anywhere

Just as hearing aids, wheelchairs and crutches enable people to live healthy, productive, independent, and dignified lives, Guide Dogs do the very same thing. International Guide Dog Day is on…
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March 23, 2021

Lucas waits for an Autism Assistance Dog

Lucas is a little six-year-old boy who is currently on our waitlist for an Autism Assistance Dog. He lives with his mum, dad and big brother in the north of…
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Inspiring Stories

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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