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Find your PAW-fect match this Valentine’s Day with the help of Vision Australia Seeing Eye Dogs

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With Valentine’s Day upon us, singles from across the country can rest easier knowing that their PAW-fect partner may be closer than they think.

According to Seeing Eye Dogs’ manager of puppy development Jane Bradley, the not-for-profit will host online and in-person events for Aussies looking to open their hearts to a Seeing Eye Dogs puppy.

“We’re seeking compassionate individuals to fall in-love with giving back by becoming a volunteer puppy carer. With the recent birth of several litters, there are 40 puppies looking to be placed in loving homes as soon as possible,” Jane said.

“Not only do puppy carers play an integral role in the early development and socialisation of Seeing Eye Dogs, but they also provide life-changing support to Australians who are blind or have low vision.”

City-goers in Melbourne’s CBD can drop into 530 Collins Street to ‘speed date’ a Puppy Development Trainer and a Seeing Eye Dog puppy to obtain the information they’ll need to become a volunteer.

For those that aren’t based in Melbourne, the team at Seeing Eye Dogs will run a Facebook Live-stream from its puppy centre so Aussies can tune-in and listen to the experts, while watching adorable puppies play.

To sign up to become a puppy carer and share the love this Valentine’s Day, fill in the application form via the Seeing Eye Dogs website:

High-res images available HERE.

Further Details:


This Valentine’s Day, Vision Australia Seeing Eye Dogs is seeking compassionate individuals to fall in-love with giving back by becoming a volunteer puppy carer.


Melbourne PAW-fect Partner event:

530 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

Entry via left of reception desk.

Facebook Live-stream:

Online, via this link:


Melbourne PAW-fect Partner Event

Wednesday February 14, 10:00am to 12:00pm. 

Facebook Live-stream

Wednesday February 14, from 2:00pm.

About us:

About Vision Australia Seeing Eye Dogs:

Vision Australia Seeing Eye Dogs is the only national provider, trainer, and breeder of Seeing Eye Dogs in Australia.

Our Seeing Eye Dogs support people across the country who are blind or have low vision to live safe, active and independent lives.

Visit our website at

Contact details:

Further enquiries:

Stephanie Steinhoff-Pino | 0449 254 655 |

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