NZ Epilepsy Assist Dogs

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Our Mission: The New Zealand Epilepsy Assist Dog Trust was formed to help people living with severe Epilepsy in NZ feel safe and independen

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Once placed with their recipient these dogs enable people with severe epilepsy to live their every day lives independently and confidently. The positive effects of having a well-trained service dog that can go anywhere with their new owner can be life changing.

We currently have 16 Epilepsy Assist Dogs placed with people with severe Epilepsy throughout New Zealand.

We run solely on donations as these incredible dogs are trained by our trainers and then placed into homes free of charge to people in need. To continue the work we do we rely on the support of the community.

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Latest donations

  • Sheila

    Sheila on 31 Jul 2019

    $80

    Donation on behalf of Mrs Diana Edwards from her Sister, Sheila Weaver.

    $80

  • Wendy and Garel Moody

    Wendy and Garel Moody on 24 Jul 2019

    $36

    In memory of Diana Edwards

    $36

  • Robert and Adrienne

    Robert and Adrienne on 18 Jul 2018

    $20

    God bless our dogs!❤

    $20

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 14 Mar 2018

    Private

    Private

  • Michael Kyriak

    Michael Kyriak on 25 Sep 2017

    $50

    $50


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