We are now the Official Hamilton Clinic for Guide Dogs NZ, Assistance Dogs NZ and Mobility Assistance Dogs Trust NZ
As some of you know Hamilton Small Animal Veterinary Centre is the official clinic in Hamilton for any Guide Dogs NZ’s puppies, dogs in training or working guide dogs for veterinary work, from checks ups, vaccinations to dentals and surgeries.
We are delighted to announce Assistance Dogs NZ and Mobility Dogs NZ have now jumped onboard with us and we couldn’t be happier!
It gives us the greatest pleasure to support these charities and look after these amazing puppies and dogs. We love to spread the word about the wonderful work they do providing New Zealanders with these awesome animals to help them in their everyday lives.
We already sponsor Katie and Kowhai two Assistance Dogs in training and love watching their journey.
Look out for future posts and up dates on the training, work and the amazing team behind them.
Please support these charities in any way you can, or sponsor one of their adorable puppies!
Blind Low Vision NZ – Black Jackets!
Every day an average of six New Zealander’s contact Blind Low Vision New Zealand for support of sight loss. Guide dog puppies go through two years of rigorous training to give people who are blind or have low vision freedom and independence. They help them get around safely and confidently and also make wonderful companions.
Assistance Dogs NZ – Blue Jackets!
Assistance Dogs provide trained dogs to clients with any disability. 72% of clients are children and young adults under 20 years of age and 50% of their clients live with autism. Our clinic sponsors two Assistance Dogs in training, Katie and Kowhai. It’s wonderful watching their journey.
Mobility Assistance Dogs Trust NZ – Green Jackets!
These specially trained dogs help disabled New Zealanders with individual and unique needs, through practical support and unconditional love, these dogs truly transform the lives of their partner, so they can enjoy greater independence and quality of life. There are so many ways to get involved, check out their website for further information.