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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...

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Age: 4 months - 13/09/20
Sex: Female
Breed: Staffie X
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Posted 03-Aug-2020

AGM 2020

Annual General Meeting —2020


This year’s AGM is being held on Saturday 15th August at 11:30 in the Parish Lounge of St Marks Anglican Church, 95 Remuera Road, Newmarket end. Parking available off St Marks Road.


After the AGM there will be a light luncheon and an opportunity to catch up with other Humane Society members. We always appreciate people coming to our AGMs, it’s great to have your thoughts and any suggestions you  have for the future  of the society.


If you think you will be able to come please RSVP before 05 August so we know how much food to order. 


RSVP to info@humanesociety.org.nz or  jillbruceok@xtra.co.nz   or phone  372 6006


We hope to see you there.


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 answering phones, property checks or transport. Please Note:  We have no facilities and only foster homes look after our fostered animals.


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

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".