Our Stories

    Community Support Transforms Training Space

    Community Support Transforms Training Space

    Thanks to the generous community support of National Mini Storage, Mobility Dogs has been able to make significant upgrades to our training space, creating an accessible and inspiring environment for both our canine companions and the people they assist. With the help...

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    Milo: A dog with a very important job

    Milo: A dog with a very important job

    Introducing Milo, a remarkable Labrador x Golden Retriever, who will be celebrating his second birthday in May. Milo's upcoming placement as a Therapy Dog in Waikowhai Intermediate School in Auckland is an exciting milestone as he is the first-ever Therapy Dog from...

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    The life-changing loyalty of Jackson, my Mobility Dog

    The life-changing loyalty of Jackson, my Mobility Dog

    Jackson, a Labrador Retriever cross, trained by Mobility Dogs, entered my life about 6 years ago. We have become a unique team of handler and dog, the trust, love and commitment between us continues to grow, and we often anticipate each other’s moves and need.

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    Holly: The Canine Court Companion

    Holly: The Canine Court Companion

    In the heart of Auckland's Waitakere Courts, a unique presence named Holly, along with her handler Karen, is making a meaningful difference. Holly is not your usual courthouse employee; she's a Mobility Dog on a mission, providing comfort and support in a typically...

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    Unleashing Potential: Being a Mobility Dogs Puppy Raiser

    Unleashing Potential: Being a Mobility Dogs Puppy Raiser

    It’s been almost 3 years since we welcomed our first Mobility Dog puppy Avery into our lives.  It was such an exciting day, yet in some ways also a bit daunting because we knew we had a huge responsibility.  Making sure we’d nurture, train and guide this tiny wee pup...

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    Dedicated Young Volunteers Making a Difference

    Dedicated Young Volunteers Making a Difference

    Mobility Dogs is incredibly fortunate to have some wonderful volunteers. Recently we received this great letter from some students at Rototuna High about their experience of doing some fundraising for Mobility Dogs. It is really wonderful to have such dedicated young...

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    Living with Cerebral Palsy: Avery’s Impact

    Living with Cerebral Palsy: Avery’s Impact

    For those living with cerebral palsy, life can be challenging both physically and socially. For 13-year-old Maddy, her disability affects her legs, preventing her from walking independently and doing simple tasks like picking up items from the floor or taking off...

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