Our goal is to end pet over population by offering desexing services to low income familiesat a substantially reduced rate
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 (occasionally free). 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.
New Zealand has one of the highest levels of pet ownership per person, well ahead of the USA, the UK and Australia. A 2011 survey conducted by NZCAR revealed that nearly one-third of New Zealand homes owned a dog. And yet, despite obviously being a nation of animal lovers, 23,000 companion animals were put to sleep in Auckland Pounds and Shelters in 2014*. These animals were unwanted; there simply were not enough homes available for them.
*statistics published by POTN
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Our community clinics are a one stop shop for those keen to complete their obligations as responsible dog owners.
At our community clinics, HURRAH Dog Rescue offers microchipping in return for a gold coin donation. It is then your responsibility to register the chip on the NDD or NZCAR.
If you live in the Auckland Council area, you need to register your dog with Auckland Council each and every year. Registration runs from 1 July to 30 June the following year.
Unwanted Puppies Saved
August 2018 Mangere Veterinary Clinic
August 2018 Western Veterinary
On January 5, 2017 we lost a friend and advocate of the Charity, Vicky, the Team Leader at Silverdale Animal Shelter. To honour her memory we would like to invite
Desexing is the general term for a Ovariohysterectomy for females (removing the ovaries and uterus) and Orchidectomy for males (removing the testicles)
Male dogs who are not neutered are at risk of prostate disease. So what is the Prostate? The prostate is an accessory sex gland
Some people are a bit worried about the operation so I thought I would tell you more about it. It is a very routine operation at all vet clinics
HURRAH is run solely by Volunteers. We aim to respond to all requests within 48 hours. Thank you for you patience.