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Assistance Dogs Australia is Calling for The Australian Public to Help Name One of Its Puppies Through The #Namethebravectopup Campaign

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Assistance Dogs Australia and Bravecto are joining forces to name one of ADA’s puppies, through the #namethebravectopup campaign. Before the puppies are placed with a family, they are given a name, usually selected by ADA. However, this time around, it’s up to the Australian public to decide a name for one of ADA’s precious pups.

Consumers will be asked to enter their favorite two-syllable name starting with ‘B’ and explain why their name should be chosen to win in 25 words or less, via a Facebook competition. The winner with the most creative submission will receive exclusive access to an ADA puppy training session, a $500 VISA voucher, and a 1-year supply of Bravecto.

With 1 in 5 people living in Australia with a disability,* Assistance Dogs Australia saw first-hand the need for specially-trained four-legged companions, to provide ongoing support and an unbreakable bond to their owners. These pups are trained to specialise in supporting people with a physical disability, autism, or PTSD.

Richard Lord, Top Dog and CEO at Assistance Dogs Australia, comments: “In our 25th year, the community need for Assistance Dogs Australia has never been higher, with the estimated time for a dog to be matched and given free to a client now up to two years,” says Mr Lord. “As a not-for-profit, we rely on public donations. Our compassionate supporters help change the lives of people living with a disability who needs an Assistance Dog to reach their life goals.”

With the Bravecto and ADA partnership, each dog is protected against fleas and paralysis ticks which in turn reduces ADA’s vet bill expense significantly. ADA puppies are placed completely free of charge with clients across Australia. However, each puppy with the inclusion of training, food, veterinary treatment, kennelling costs, and client placement, costs up to $40,000.

Mr Lord adds: “The most important thing is the health and welfare of our Assistance Dogs. With the great support of Bravecto, our pups and dogs are protected from fleas and ticks. We trust Bravecto to help keep our dogs happy and healthy for our clients.”

It’s important assistance puppies are given a name at the start of their training, as it’s crucial to their development. It takes two years to train an ADA puppy, with countless hours invested from expert trainers to transform each puppy into a fully-qualified Assistance Dog.

To learn more about Assistance Dogs Australia, visit https://www.assistancedogs.org.au/ or enter the #namethisbravectopup campaign visit https://www.facebook.com/bravectoau

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