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Medical Assistance Dog for Ailsa

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I developed CRPS in 2005 and have been in chronic pain 24/7 ever since. Every day is a struggle and since 2009 when my CRPS began affecting

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  Nationwide Disability Treatment

Assistance Dogs NZ rely solely on donations to train and raise assistance dogs for New Zealanders with disabilities. As of May 2014, I have received my beautiful service dog but am continuing to raise money to ensure other New Zealanders can have their lives changed by an ADNZ dog.


Latest update

Connie's arrival!  28 May 2014

Thank you to everyone who has donated so far. Connie arrived three weeks ago and what a time it's been. I've been learning HEAPS about working with a service animal but she's already made such a difference in my life. Even though Connie has now arrived, I am still continuing my fundraising as any money raised will help the next litter of puppies be trained to support other New Zealanders with disabilities :)

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  • LJB

    LJB on 22 Mar 2015

    $50

    $50

  • Rachel Hyde

    Rachel Hyde on 28 Aug 2014

    $20

    $20

  • Bruce and Rhona

    Bruce and Rhona on 17 Aug 2014

    $250

    It was awesome meeting Connie yesterday - she is absolutely fabulous!

    $250

  • Tara

    Tara on 10 Aug 2014

    $20

    $20

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 02 Aug 2014

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This page was created on 18 Nov 2013 and closed on 29 May 2015.
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