RSB Guide Dogs

The RSB Guide Dogs to people with a severe vision impairment to assist them to travel confidently and independently in the community.

Who can apply for an RSB Guide Dog?

Applicants are required to undergo an initial assessment with an RSB Mobility Instructor. They will discuss with you, your current mobility skills and level of need. To proceed with your application, you will need to be an RSB client.

What training and follow up care do the RSB Guide Dog Service provide?

Once an applicant is matched with a compatible RSB Guide Dog, they undergo an intensive training program. On completion of the successful training program with an RSB Guide Dog, the RSB Guide Dog Service will be on hand to provide ongoing support.

How do I find out more?

Please contact the RSB Guide Dog Service and speak with an RSB Guide Dog Mobility Instructor who will talk you through the process and answer any questions. Call the RSB on 1300 944 306 or email contact@rsb.org.au

How can I support the RSB Guide Dog Service?

It costs in excess of $30,000 to breed and train each RSB Guide Dog.

You can help by;

Become a PupStar

PupStars sponsors will have the opportunity to follow a litter of puppies on their journey to become Dogs that make a difference.

You will meet your pups from the age of eight weeks old when they first start their Puppy Education, and watch them grow, play, and learn all the skills they need to start their careers. Join now

Volunteer with us

Anyone can become an RSB Volunteer. Our current volunteers come from a variety of backgrounds, skill sets and personal circumstances.

Volunteer roles include Puppy Educators, Emergency Boarders, Bed and Breakfast Boarders and Breeding Dog Carers. Learn more

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