Friday, 11 July 2014


AARF wants your help to raise $25,000 to create a scientifically-designed dog training program that will save lives. 

In April 2014 AARF received a generous donation from the Phyllis Connor Memorial Trust for $36,000 to start a project to design and evaluate a training program to help dogs prevent their diabetic owners from falling seriously ill. The project is set to take off this month at the prestigious La Trobe University in Victoria.

AARF needs to urgently raise $25,000 to complete this innovative life-saving project. Join the campaign at to help AARF raise enough money to finish the job.

Two simple things you can do right now:
  1. Make a tax deductible donation through AARF's campaign page on Click HERE.
  2. Share AARF's campaign page with everyone you know to raise awareness about this Australian innovation.
Want to know more? Check out AARF's Facebook page for more updates and to learn more about what they do. 

1 comment:

  1. Does your dog look depressed or nauseated recently? Does he urinate more often? The chances are you need to check your dog’s blood sugar levels! Diabetes in dogs is one of the most common medical conditions that older dogs develop in their lives. See more


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