Sponsor a Mobility Pup and transform a life 

These pups will help give a disabled New Zealander life changing loyalty. The puppy you sponsor will become an extra set of hands, and a best friend too,
from as little as $1 a day.

Aspen is a laid-back Labrador who has a penchant for snoozing and he also loves his food! He has a gorgeous nature and one of his favourite things is lots of snuggles and cuddles with his puppy raisers!

Lumi is a real cutie that you can’t help but fall in love with. He enjoys exploring new environments and getting to know new people, but he also loves playing with his toys and having a snuggle with his blanket.

River may be on the small side compared to her brothers but she has a big personality that comes with a dash of sass on the side!

What you receive as a puppy sponsor

Signing up as a puppy sponsor means you puppy will be trained to give a New Zealander living with a disability, the life-changing support, care and companionship of a Mobility Dog. That is truly something to celebrate! To thank you for signing up you will receive:

  • A Puppy Welcome Pack in the mail, which includes a beautiful photo of your sponsored puppy, a photo frame to display it in and a fridge magnet.
  • Email updates every 4 months sharing milestones in your pup’s training, including images.
  • Updates and stories about how Mobility Dogs help people in your community.

This way you can follow your pup’s journey from a cute puppy to a life changing Mobility Dog.

How do I gift a puppy sponsorship?

You can sponsor Aspen, Lumi or River for yourself or as a gift for someone special. If you are giving this sponsorship as a gift, please enter the gift recipient’s details including name, email address and postal address in the Comments Box in the donation form.

How your support helps

  • Your support will help train more Mobility Dogs to give greater independence, and life changing loyalty to disabled New Zealanders.
  • Every year we have a growing number of people asking us to support them with a Mobility Dog and it is challenging for us to keep up with demand.
  • Mobility Dogs make a life-changing difference to disabled people helping with practical tasks such as picking up dropped items, retrieve or carry items, or opening and closing doors and drawers.
  • A partnership with a Mobility Dog also offers emotional support, companionship and unconditional love. They also help to reduce loneliness and improve confidence, enabling many people to take on new challenges and experiences.