Our Dogs.

Learn all about our puppies, Guide Dogs, training programs, and dogs with different career paths.
A black labrador Guide Dog seated against a grey background. The Guide Dog is in harness and is looking to the right of the camera.

Guide Dogs

Since 1957, we’ve been the leading provider of Guide Dogs in Australia, achieving global recognition for the quality of our Guide Dogs and training programs.
A yellow labrador Canine Court Companion Dog who is wearing a Guide Dog Canine Court Companion jacket. The dogs sitting not facing the camera but has turned their head so their face is.

NSW Canine Court Companion & ACT Court Canine Support Programs

Find out more about the Canine Court Companion Program, where Therapy Dogs provide support and affection for victims of crime attending court.
A yellow Labrador puppy sitting in a Guide Dog harness

Puppy breeding

Learn more about our puppies' earliest days, and their experiences in the Guide Dogs Breeding Centre.
A yellow labrador Guide Dog, wearing a harness. The dog is looking up at its handler.

Guide Dog training

Find out about our Guide Dog selection and training processes.
A black labrador Pets as Therapy Dog. The dog is seated outside on its back legs and it's wearing a Pets as Therapy dog coat. The dog is looking at the camera with its head tilted slightly.

Therapy Dogs

Learn all about our Therapy Dogs program, including details on how to apply for a Therapy Dog.
Four eight week old labrador puppies sitting outside. Their front paws are perched on a ledge and there are multicolored balls and people in the background.

Guide Dogs Centre

The Guide Dog Centre is our world-class facility for training, recreation, and general care.
A veterinarian examining an eight week old yellow labrador puppy. The puppy is on an examination bench and looking at the camera

The Guide Dog Team

While many people know about the dog’s level of skill and training, it is important to realise that Guide Dog Handlers also undergo intensive training and develop special skills that go toward making a successful partnership with a Guide Dog.
Five labrador Guide Dogs in harness, three yellow and two black, seated flat on the ground outside. They are all looking at the camera and there are trees in the background.

Reclassified & rehomed dogs

Due to the exceptionally high standards required to become a Guide Dog or Therapy Dog, we need loving forever homes for the dogs that are not quite suited to these demanding roles.

Bring joy to Clients like Melissa.

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