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Animal Training

With your help, charities, nonprofits and social enterprises can continue providing the high level of care and training that animals need. Every donation helps to get one step closer to providing a safe and nurturing environment for all animals.

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Donations are a vital form of support for animal training. Through donations via Giveabl's Donations API and plugins, trainers are able to cover the costs of food, shelter, and veterinary care for their animals. In addition, donations can help to fund equipment and supplies necessary for animal training.

Donations help to ensure that animals in training are healthy and well-cared for. They also provide financial assistance that allows trainers to focus on providing high-quality training services. By supporting animal trainers through donations, we can help make sure that these vital services are available to everyone who needs them.

Why charitable support for animal training is important

Animal training provides numerous benefits to animals, including improved welfare, husbandry, and behavioral management. Animal training can also lead to public education about the needs of these animals. For example, people who see a bird trained for free flight may be inspired to learn more about the species and its wild counterparts.

Charity support for animal training also helps to provide animals with proper training while they are in care, so they can be re-homed safely. Supporting animal trainers ensures that there are people available to help these animals when they need it most.

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Three ways you can support animal training causes
  1. Stay informed on the latest methods and research.
  2. Be a positive advocate for trained animals. Help others see the benefits of adopting or working with trained animals.
  3. Support businesses and organizations that use humane training methods with financial contributions or your time and labor.
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The Royal Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals, Western Austral
ABN 48626609587
Listed by name DGR Item 1
RSPCA WA’s aim is to protect all animals from cruelty by actively promoting publicawareness about animal welfare and advocating for improvements in the way peoplerelate to animals. We work with governments, community and farming groups, helpinganimals by showing people how. Our RSPCA Inspectors enforce the Animal WelfareAct 2002 protecting animals from cruelty.
Beyond Racing
ABN 80639431146
Endorsed DGR Item 1
9 Lives Project Rescue
ABN 29639712824
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Lort Smith
ABN 87004238475
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We provide services to financially disadvantaged people, people at risk of homelessness, people experiencing homelessness, unemployed persons, victims of crime (including family violence) and the general community in Australia. We do this by providing veterinary services, shelter and adoption services to companion animals of people of limited means, treatment and support of animals of people who suffer family violence in the home, as well as providing emergency welfare boarding for animals of abused spouses. We also support the community via programs such as Pet Therapy (visiting human hospitals & age cared facilities) for the benefit of sick, at risk and disadvantaged people.
Lions Hearing Dogs
ABN 37976454009
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We provided hearing assistance dogs, freeofcharge to deaf and hard of hearing Australians.
Fnq Foster Farms
ABN 91320077835
Endorsed DGR Item 1
we provide care and rehoming of animals that have been past abused, neglected or abandoned
Ptsd Dogs Australia
ABN 96624595759
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Our Mission:Vision: Every rescue dog can save a human, equally every human can save a rescue dog. Mission: To rescue dogs who rescue humans. Belief: There are rescue dogs who have the potential to enhance quality of life for Veterans and First Responders with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. OUR GOALS1. To rescue, rehome and retrain suitable displaced or unwanted dogs to support and assist Australia’s first responders and Australian Defense Force persons living with PTSD.2. To reduce unnecessary euthanasia and enhance the welfare of unwanted dogs to live to their full potential.3. To reduce wait times in matching assistance dogs with humans.
Canine Helpers For The Disabled
ABN 16772528584
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We train and provide training for Assistance dogs for people with Disabilities.
Qld Staffy Amstaff Rescue
We provided vetwork, shelter, foster homes, transportation of dogs who were on death row or from private surrenders. We were able to purchase supplies of preventative treatment for our foster dogs, pay for training and other various educational items. We were able to assist members of the public with training, vetwork and financial assistance in times of hardship.
Pawsome Assistance Dogs
ABN 90746958129
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Whiskey's Wish
ABN 13443609138
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We provided online training and development of a members online integrated website for training due to COVID restrictions. We adapted to the changes bought about by COVID in our response on our website assisted and trained with many veterans, first responders and correctional officers to achieve their goals in having their dogs recognised as service dogs and support as part of their rehabilitation. We provided education sessions to the public and conducted several mental health sessions surrounding our mission of training service dogs for our recipients.
Greyhound Rehoming Association Nt
ABN 36209687354
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We fostered and rehomed several retired racing greyhounds in the NT, ensuring they were desexed and vaccinated, and temperament tested before they were rehomed.
Frequently asked questions

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Why do animal training focused charities and nonprofits need funds?

There are many reasons why animal training focused charities and nonprofits need funds. Some of the reasons include:

  1. To cover the costs of professional trainers who can work with the animals.

  2. To purchase food and supplies for the animals.

  3. To pay for shelter and veterinary care for the animals.

How do I know my donation is going to help animal training?

There are a few ways to know that your donation is going towards animal training. You can check with the organization you donated to, specifically asking where the donation money is going. Additionally, many organizations have annual or semi-annual reports which include how donations were used - this would be a public way to see that your donation was used for animal training. Finally, if you have personal connections with someone who works for the organization or who has benefitted from the training, they can tell you directly that your donation helped support their work.

How else can I support charities and nonprofits that focus on animal training, aside from donations?

There are many ways to support charities and nonprofits focused on animal training. You can volunteer your time, skills, and resources to help with the organization's work. You can promote their work through social media and word-of-mouth. And you can advocate for their cause to policymakers and elected officials.

Give to support those who train animals.

Your donations via Giveabl's Donations API and plugins can support those who work with animals and allow them to continue providing high-quality care and training.

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