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Humane Rescue, Rehabilitation and Rehoming Charitable Trust (HURRAH) - Uniting pets with people for a lifetime of happiness. CC49438

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  Auckland Animal Welfare

HURRAH is an independent; Auckland based dog rescue charity run solely by volunteers. Our objectives are to rescue dogs with a proven temperament from euthanasia at council and privately operated pounds, to prevent unwanted pregnancies through desexing incentives, and to educate owners on the importance of removing their pets from a life on the chain.

Desexy Revolution is a community project from the Humane Rescue, Rehabilitation and Rehoming Trust (HURRAH). Its main aim is straightforward; To end pet overpopulation by offering desexing services to low income families at a substantially reduced rate. The project also promotes an educational programme on the importance and benefits of desexing, and about an owner’s obligations (health and well-being) to their pets.

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HURRAH is an independent; Auckland based dog rescue charity run solely by volunteers.

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  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 02 May 2020



  • PETstock Assist

    PETstock Assist on 11 Jun 2019



  • Tinkerbelle

    Tinkerbelle on 31 May 2019


    This donation is on behalf of Tinkerbelle the Wobble Dog, who was awarded NZ’s Most Lovable Rescue Pet 2019 thanks to Advocate. Tinkerbelle was rescued by HURRAH, the Desexy Revolution, and Dr Jess Beer from Kiwi Pet Behaviour and she would now like to say thank you with this donation.


  • Central Bark

    Central Bark on 20 Jan 2019


    This is what the lovely customers of Central Bark have donated over the Christmas period :) come and pick up your physical donations anytime!


  • #nzsecretsantasubstitute

    #nzsecretsantasubstitute on 23 Dec 2018


    In honour of @shoregirlygirl.


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