Chained Dog Rehabilitation & Rehoming

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We are an organisation that empowers owners of life chained dogs to become good dog owners, and give them the tools to do so.

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  Auckland Animal Welfare Pets Awareness

Our mission statements;

To help empower dog owners by providing them with the tools necessary that will remove the need for dogs to be life-chained.

To act with integrity, and work alongside any other organisations as needed, to provide a unified response to reach this result.

To provide rehabilitative care to any dogs relinquished so they may live a happy and fulfilling life.

To advocate for law change in all aspects of animal welfare.

More about us

We work with the owners of life chained dogs to empower them with the skills to become good dog owners, and provide them with the tools to do so.

Use of funds

These funds will be used for providing the dogs with desexing, vet care, food, and anything else that may be required.

Latest donations

  • Cynthia McFarlane

    Cynthia McFarlane on 01 Jan 2020



  • Karen Laurie

    Karen Laurie on 22 Dec 2019


    Keep up the good work, Merry Christmas.


  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 20 Dec 2019



  • Craig

    Craig on 12 Dec 2019



  • Robyn

    Robyn on 05 Dec 2019


    Thank you for what you do


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