Meet the dogs fur-tunate enough to score (arguably) the most fun job in the biz! Our Ambassadogs work day and night rubbing noses with celebs and promoting our organisation in the media and at events. Find out more about some of our dogs with extra special jobs.
The Guide Dogs Victoria Annual Report summarises our work in the community over the past financial year. It features commentary from key personnel, facts and figures, and outlines the positive impact we’ve been able to achieve.
Get to know more about Guide Dogs Victoria, either at our place our yours. We offer regular tours of our headquarters and facilities in Kew, as well as speakers for community groups, schools and workplace functions throughout Victoria.
How long does it take to train a Guide Dog? How much does it cost? When does a puppy begin the process of Guide Dog training? Where can a Guide Dog legally travel in the community? Find out these answers and more with our fast facts and statistics.
As part of our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, Guide Dogs Victoria (GDV) has embarked on a reconciliation journey by joining the Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) Program in 2020, managed by Reconciliation Australia.