Thanks for your ongoing support of Vision Australia Seeing Eye Dogs. Seeing Eye Dogs is closely monitoring developments in relation to the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and we are acting on the advice of health authorities. Keep up to date with our response to COVID-19 here.
Seeing Eye Dogs have adapted their services and are maintaining operations to meet the needs of our clients, Carers, volunteers, pups and staff with a mix of online and in person options.
Due to huge volume of interest in the caring program, one your application is successful, it now takes up to 20 weeks to be matched with a puppy. Our waitlist is currently open if you would like to apply as carers are still in demand for our future pups.
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FREE Seeing Eye Dogs Virtual Puppy Carer Information Sessions
Come along to a FREE ONLINE information session and join our virtual community.
What is the Puppy Carer program?
A puppy carer looks after a pup for approximately 12 months.
Your role as a carer is to provide a safe space, nurture and socialise the puppy. Seeing Eye Dogs covers all expenses including equipment, food, vet costs, puppy health care and training.
As a carer, you will receive support and guidance from the Seeing Eye Dogs team.
Corporate Puppy Carer program
Vision Australia Seeing Eye Dogs greatly appreciates organisations that support us through their corporate social responsibility programs. Our ‘Corporate Puppy Carer program’ has the added benefits of enhancing staff well-being and morale.
We offer individual carer programs, assist with puppy caring workplace policies and assessments, and provide detailed information for building management.
What is a Puppy Carer information session?
Join us online and hear from Seeing Eye Dogs volunteer carers and staff how you can play an important role supporting someone who is blind or has low vision.
Find out how rewarding it is to become a puppy carer. Register below.
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