Auckland Puppy Rescue

Organisation page created in the Animals category

Like you, we hate to see animals suffer. We rescue and rehome puppies and would love you to jump on board to help!

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  Auckland Animal Welfare

Our main focus is rescuing puppies from newborn to 12 months, and our small team are dedicated to providing them with training, socialisation, good health and love so they can go on to lead happy lives.

We also aim to educate dog owners about the benefits of de-sexing their dogs to avoid bringing more unwanted pups into the world.

You can follow our journey at

Please contact us at to foster/volunteer/adopt/donate

More about us

Like you, we hate to see animals suffer.

Once rescued, we place our puppies into foster homes where they receive training, socialisation, health-care and love before finding them great new homes.

We are a registered charitable trust.

Latest donations

  • Lochana

    Lochana on 29 Jan 2020


    I did some dog photography for the Pet Kiwi annual Christmas dog shoot. Bark Bag was also there to support with the event. It was decided that 10% of the photo shoot earnings would go to you.


  • Scents4Paws

    Scents4Paws on 10 Jan 2020


    Keep up the amazing work!


  • Minselle

    Minselle on 29 Dec 2019


    Happy New Year 🎆🎊


  • Irene

    Irene on 25 Dec 2019


    Merry Christmas!!!


  • Nicola

    Nicola on 05 Nov 2019



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