We would like to sincerely thank the following companies, businesses and individuals who play a significant role in helping us to continue to provide our quality services. We truly appreciate the support they provide by discounting their services and fundraising. To find out more about becoming a Corporate Sponsor of Dogs for Kids with Disabilities, click here.
Frankston Heights Veterinary Centre was established in 1995 by Lucy White and Dean Gust with the aim of providing the best of care for pets – whether it be in sickness or in health. They have a strong focus on the highest level of care for both their patients and clients, and believe that a close trusting relationship between vet, owner and pet is of utmost importance.
Keats Accounting are a boutique accounting practice doing things differently for families and small businesses. They are passionate about helping their clients to get a full understanding about their financial affairs. They work differently to other accountants and invite their clients to become part of the family. Clients are invited to drop in for fantastic organic coffee or call any time they need to without worrying they will get an extra bill. They even have a children’s area and you are welcome to bring them with you to your appointment.
Caitlin McColl is the owner of Ragamuffin Pet Photography Melbourne, one of Australia’s premier pet portrait business. She travels to the homes of dog lovers all around Victoria to create artistic portraits with a natural approach. Caitlin donates a photosession to every DKD family and is the photographer of our Calendars, Cards and Website. She is also the foster carer for DKD dog Paddy. To enquire about a session with Ragamuffin Pet Photography, click here: http://ragamuffinpetphotography.com.au
Frankston Toyota is Toyota’s most awarded dealer. They support Dogs for Kids with Disabilities financially and are currently sponsoring Cruiser, one of our DKD pups in training. Check our their facebook page here for fun updates around the dealership and about their own dog, Billie.
The Underdogs creates cool websites for awesome small businesses. They designed and maintain our website. To find out more about their creative service, visit them online here: http://theunderdogs.com.au