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Thank you for thinking of including a Gift in your Will to Vision Australia Seeing Eye Dogs. Including a gift in your Will to Vision Australia Seeing Eye Dogs will assist us to develop and maintain innovative high quality dog guide services through breeding, raising, training, and matching them to our clients.

Vision Australia Seeing Eye Dogs wishes to acknowledge all supporters that include a gifts in their Will and invite you to become a member of our Bequest Society: The Iris Circle - This is an opportunity to acknowledge your generosity and passionate people like yourself and to keep you up to date with our work through events and special communications.
⁠Please email us [email protected] for your invite to the Iris Circle

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About Vision Australia Seeing Eye Dogs

A Seeing Eye Dogs journey to success

Breeding and Health - The dogs with the highest quality health and temperament are selected to produce the future generations of Seeing Eye Dogs. Our own Vet team maintain and monitor the health of the pups and dogs throughout their development.
⁠Puppy Development - The pups spend the first eight weeks of their lives in the puppy centre. Then, volunteer carers will raise them for the next 12 months under the guidance of a Puppy Development Trainer.
⁠⁠Training - After reaching approximately 12 months of age, dogs undertake an advanced training program lasting approximately five months. This rigorous training ensures the dogs can safely guide their future partners.
⁠Matching - Instructors work closely with clients on the waiting list in order to match the right dog with the right person. Instructors stay in regular contact with clients so they can continue working safely and successfully with their dog.
⁠Retirement - Before a dog’s retirement, our team supports the client to plan their next steps.

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