Assistance Dogs NSW (ADNSW) train: What's New?
We also conduct Public Access Tests.
Assistance Dogs NSW Inc. is not associated with any other Assistance Dog organisations in Australia.
Sponsor Digger to take a puppy out for the day. $30.00 for a small trip, $60.00 for a bigger trip, $120.00 for a half day out and $240.00 for an all day, full of fun, day out. Photos will be posted here and on our Facebook page for everyone to follow the fun. Contact us for details.
Donate. Dollar. Dare.
With so many of us doing it tough these days it's hard to keep digging deep to support all those in need. So we here, at Assistance Dogs NSW Inc, thought we'd ask for something a little smaller. A dollar. That's all. If you could donate $1.00 and then dare your friends to donate $1.00 and get them to dare their friends to donate $1.00 ... well, that would really help us to provide assistance and therapy dogs to improve the lives of people living with disabilities.
Go on ... we double dog dare you!
Care to Lend Us a Hand?
Running an assistance dog charitable organisation is expensive. Amongst other things is the cost to care, raise and train the dogs over an extended period of time. Assistance Dogs NSW Inc. relies on donations and sponsors to enable the organisation to continue its valuable work (see donation section).
Volunteers also play an integral role and many rewarding positions are often available for areas such as puppy raising, dog training assistance, administration and more.
We are constantly fund raising (CFN21885) and this is where you can help too. Its a chance to get creative, put on an event be it small or large and donate the proceeds.
Contact us for more information if you would like to join our happy team.
Come and Join Us! BYO Picnic and Dog School for ADNSW on 26 October 2013, 10.30 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. at 81 Dog Hole Road, Stockrington (near Minmi and off the M1 to Sydney). For more details see our Events page. Updated 13 October 2013.
Behind the Scenes
ADNSW trains dogs of all sizes in all manner of assistance skills and, as a charitable organisation, we also need to get our name out there. The following are some candid photos showing how it all happens.