The Bow Project by Guide Dogs Victoria

The Bow Project by Guide Dogs Victoria

The Bow Project by Guide Dogs Victoria

Whether you're struggling to find the perfect gift for the person who has everything, or you're looking for a last-minute stocking filler, The Bow Project, a new program by Guide Dogs Victoria, allows you to support the organisation's life-changing services while solving your gift-giving dilemmas.

Named after Australia's first trained Guide Dog, Beau, purchasing a gift card from The Bow Project will help to fund a range of vital projects.

With prices to suit any budget, there's lots of ways to support Guide Dogs Victoria, whether it's providing food for a Guide Dog in training for one week (RRP $18), or going all out and enabling a 10-week old Guide Dog litter to attend their very first puppy training class (RRP $1,050).

Other gift ideas from The Bow Project range include:
Leash, RRP $11: This leash will assist in the training of an adorable new Guide Dog puppy.
Worm Treatments, RRP $21: this will provide 12 months' worth of treatment to a Guide Dog puppy in training.
Dog Bed, RRP $44: this comfy bed will be used by a Guide Dog during training to help them relax, rest and rejuvenate between sessions.
Vet Checkup, RRP $55: This will provide one Guide Dog with their annual checkup at the Vet Breeding RRP $75: This gift will provide a female Guide Dog the opportunity (and privacy) to reproduce with a handsome male stud dog.
Harness, RRP $104: This gift will assist in the Guide Dog's full potential by providing them with a high quality, long-lasting leather harness.
Puppy Training Starter Kit, RRP $139: This generous gift will provide a Guide Dog puppy with all the essentials to jump start their training, including leash, collar, bowl, food measuring cup, chew toy and annual supply of worming tablets.
Children's Camp, RRP $235: provide a blind or vision-impaired child accommodation and meals at one of Guide Dogs Victoria's children's activity camps over the school holidays.
Training Centre, RRP $525: Gift a vision-impaired Guide Dog user accommodation and meals at Guide Dogs Victoria's residential training centre for one week.

The full range of gifts from The Bow Project is available from

Guide Dogs Victoria is one of Australia's largest and most successful breeder and trainer of Guide Dogs nationally, providing more than 70% of Guide Dogs to Victoria's blind or vision impaired. The organisation also offers wider support of vision impaired and blind Victorians through a suite of programmes including Children/Youth Services, Adult Services, Acquired Brain Injury Mobility Services and Occupational Therapy Services. Guide Dogs Victoria receives only 8% of Government funding for services other than Guide Dog Mobility, which is reliant on community donations exclusively.


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