Pictue of Miracle Assistance Dog with Toys




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Miracle Assistance Dogs Inc. is an approved Training Institution for Hearing Dogs and Assistance Dogs under the Guide, Hearing and Assistance Dogs Act 2009 (Qld) as at 27 June 2019

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Our Mission

To enrich the lives of those living with disability through the training of highly skilled and reliable Assistance Dogs, and by being a leading provider in our field.






Our vision is to empower people living with disability to gain independence and live more fulfilling lives by providing highly trained Assistance Dogs and developing community participation.

Our Vision

Check out our interview with NBN NEWS

A message from our patron

A short message from our patron, Neil Fanning, the voice of Scooby Doo (from the two feature length movies)

Watch the full message on our blog HERE



We are really excited to announce that Beyond Bank is proud to support our organisation. 

They work with us to create more good for our cause.

It is so simple. Contact any branch of Beyond Bank and ask them how they support Miracle Assistance Dogs when you open a Community Reward Account.

This is an incredibly generous offer from Beyond Bank that will grow. If you have ever wanted to support our cause but can't afford it, don't have the time or are unsure how you can get started, then this is for you.


Beyond Bank really is

'The other way to bank.'  

Photo of Miracle Assitance Dog, Brax, with Beyond bank banner

Support us

Be part of the vision and support the cause.


You can volunteer your time or services and support to MAD by offering help in our office; helping raise community awareness with promotional activities; sponsoring a puppy or donating to our cause.





There is over 4 million people in Australia living with some form of disability. 35.9% of Australia’s households include a person with disability.

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics 20.1% of Australians are living with a mental or behavioural condition.

And the Australian Network of Disability state 4.4% of people with a disability in Australia use a wheelchair.


Whilst not all of those people require an assistance dog, we do have a lot of people to support, this is why we need your help!

We would love if you started by sharing our socials:

[Statistics sourced from:

https://www.and.org.au/pages/disability-statistics.html and


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