Welcome to The Humane Society of NZ
The Humane Society of New Zealand Inc. endeavours to improve the situation of needy animals as it is made aware of them. We rescue, rehabilitate and rehome. Read more...
Adopt A Pet
|Status: Adopted 11.5.13|
|Age: 2-3 years|
| Rico has a very sweet temperament, loves to go for walks and gets on well with other animals but is fearful of male humans so his new owner will need to be female with no small children.
|Age: approx. 2.5 years|
|Breed: Domestic short hair|
| Thimble is a very relaxed girl, watchful of strangers, but quite accepting of two extra kittens, who loves her pats and cuddles.
Pets Picnic in the Park
We are holding our annual Pets Picnic in the Park on Sunday 14 April 2013, 12 noon, at the One Tree Hill Domain, Royal Oak (enter off Manukau Road, on the grass area between the Observatory and Children's Playground).
We have novelty events for dogs with prizes, judging for this commencing at 1.30pm. From 12 noon there will be a sausage sizzle/drinks available (or bring your own picnic lunch), we have dancing dogs and an agility demonstration, raffles, a Trash and Treasure stall, dog cart rides for the under 4's and much more - a fun day out for the whole family.
(All dogs must be registered and no puppies under 4 months for their own safety).
How Can You Help?
The Humane Society of New Zealand consists totally of dedicated volunteers. We need your help to continue our services.
Desex your pet
There are not enough homes now for pets, so why produce more? The Humane Society of NZ has desexing of pets as one of it's core aims.
Assist us with the organisation and running of our annual Pets Picnic in the Park fun day, held in the One Tree Hill domain.
Become a foster home for our rescued dogs. If you have some experience with dogs, a securely fenced property and some time to spend, you can assist with the rehabilitation of our rescued dogs.
Donate your time by joining our telephone roster to assist in taking calls from the public. Make regular donations to the Society for its ongoing work. The Society receives no funding and relies on donations to continue.
Financial assistance towards the cost of desexing your pet is available in cases of genuine hardship.
To enquire about an application for assistance to desex your pet, please phone or write to the Humane Society, or fill in the online application form located under "desexing".