July 24, 2023

Hunter & Coastal Lifestyle Magazine

Miracle Assistance Dogs (MAD) has a vision to empower people living with disability to gain independence and live more fulfilling lives by providing highly trained assistance dogs and developing community participation.

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ABC News Item

Sensing seizures is all in a day’s work for 14-month-old labrador Echo. After a sweat and saliva test to check compatibility, Newcastle woman Cassie was matched with Echo when the pup was just eight weeks old.

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ABC Radio Newcastle

They’re not called Miracle Assistance Dogs for no reasons. This team of volunteer dog trainers are changing lives as they guide pooches from all walks of life to be the best mental health support for their humans.

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NBN News

For those living with a mental illness or disability, coronavirus has brought a whole other layer of challenges. But, thanks to a team of dedicated Hunter volunteers, those struggling have had the support of a very special companion.

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2RPH Radio

Listen to Fudge give insight into Miracle Assistance Dogs and the amazing stories behind how they assist people in every day life.

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