Training dogsfor military andfirst responderssuffering PTSD
We make a remarkable difference
We’re a not-for-profit charity solely dedicated to the rescuing, rehoming and training of suitable displaced and unwanted dogs to support and assist Australia’s first responders (fire, police, and ambulance service people) and Australian Defence Force personnel suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Raising awareness,and educatingabout PTSD
As a national organisation, PTSD Dogs Australia also provides an education program to inform and promote awareness around the valuable role of PTSD-certified assistance dogs in both public and private organisations across the greater community. We also provide personalised / group training and assistance dog certification for people who already own a dog considered appropriate as a PTSD Certified Assistance Dog.
Lend a Paw
Your donation is always welcome and assists us to run our program of rescuing dogs, training them to become life changing Service Dogs and giving them to our First Responders and Military Personnel who have PTSD.
If you have time or talents we would love to hear from you. We have opportunities advertised however we are also keen to hear from anyone else who could help us in some way, manning a stand at a local market for example.
Foster families or individuals ensure our newest and most vulnerable recruits receive unconditional love in a caring and positive home environment while receiving their necessary training to become certified.
We're a dedicated pack
We’re a team of professional advocates, volunteers and supporters with a passion for people and animals. We’re dedicated to the rescuing, rehoming and training of displaced and unwanted dogs.
Ready to help
PTSD Dogs Australia Ltd is a registered charity, fully approved by the Australian Charities & Not for Profit Commission. All donations of $2.00 or more are tax deductible, as approved by the Australian Tax Office. Your generous donations are invested directly to the training and supplying of service dogs.
No directors are ever paid for their positions on the board. If you would like more information please call us at
0488 101 026 or send us a message.
Show Your Support
October 10th is World Mental Health Day and I will be celebrating this special day by shaving off my beard to help raise awareness and funds for PTSD dog training. It’s a small gesture with a big impact! I truly believe that together, we can make a difference. Whether you choose to participate in fundraising efforts or simply support us by spreading the word, every single person can make a meaningful contribution.