News

08 June 2018
Since October 2017, Anna Day and her family have been puppy carers for Ike, a gorgeous nine month old lab.
30 May 2018
With the Petbarn Foundation Seeing Eye Dogs Appeal 2018 now in full swing, we wanted to take a moment to look into the life of one of our Seeing Eye Dog Clients. Sara Partow is matched with Seeing Eye Dog Freeman and she talked with us about the freedom that Freeman has given her.
30 May 2018
With the Petbarn Foundation Seeing Eye Dog Appeal 2018 now in full swing, we wanted to take a moment to look into the life of one of our seasoned puppy carers. Gaylene Ryan, currently looking after her fifth puppy for Seeing Eye Dogs, talked with us and shared her experience as a puppy carer.
16 May 2018
Chilli is a gorgeous black Labrador who was one of the first dogs to be sponsored through the Petbarn Foundation Appeal in 2014. While she initially went into the training program to become a working Seeing Eye Dog, at the 12 month mark it was decided that she would be best suited to be a part of the breeding program.
09 July 2018
Growing up on a dairy farm, Monica Kervin, of Collingwood, has always had dogs in her life. Seven years ago, she turned her attention to puppy caring for Vision Australia Seeing Eye Dogs.
26 April 2018
For a chance to win tell us in 25 words or less why you think Seeing Eye Dogs are important to someone who is blind or has low vision. Enter via link below.
28 March 2018
Could you care for a Seeing Eye Dog?
17 January 2018
Could you care for a future Seeing Eye Dog? Come along to our information evening, hear our client stories and see how you can help us to make a difference.
03 May 2018
It feels like Christmas has come early at Vision Australia’s Seeing Eye Dogs’ Melbourne headquarters, with a huge influx of puppies over December.
03 May 2018
For most of us, getting out and about is something we take for granted, but for those who are blind or have low vision, crossing the street, getting on a bus or train, or just being able to work out where they are while outdoors, at playtime or in the midst of traffic and other pedestrians, can pose challenges.