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Disaster strategy fails to deliver for animals

By Steve Glassey | February 24, 2019

The National Disaster Resilience Strategy is out for public consultation, and it fails to commit to reforming our inadequate animal disaster laws and system.

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Nelson Fire Response: Donations Needed!

By Steve Glassey | February 9, 2019

Animal Evac New Zealand is on the ground and working to rescue animals from the Nelson Fire. From door-to-door knocking to ensure residents about to be evacua

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Animal Evac NZ at Parliament presenting animal disaster law report

By Steve Glassey | January 23, 2019

With the support of Gareth Hughes MP, and authored by Steve Glassey, Animal Evac New Zealand has presented the most comprehensive report on animal disaster la

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2019 Foundation Course applications now open

By Steve Glassey | January 21, 2019

Animal Evac New Zealand’s 2019 Foundation Course series has now been scheduled and available for bookings on Eventbrite. We now offer “early bird&

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D4H ready to save disaster affected animals

By Steve Glassey | December 17, 2018

Animal Evac New Zealand made global history this weekend, with the application of D4H Incident Manager being tested to manage the registration of disaster aff

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Payroll Giving & Bequest Information now available

By Steve Glassey | November 30, 2018

Whether it is fires, floods or earthquakes, animals rely on their human guardians to protect them, and in a disaster this is not always possible. Animal Evac

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New emergency preparedness guide available

By Steve Glassey | November 25, 2018

Animal Evac New Zealand is pleased to provide the most comprehensive Emergency preparedness guide for pet owners. Free to download , it contains in depth info

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New GIS tool to save animals

By Steve Glassey | October 1, 2018

Animal Evac New Zealand with the support of ESRI and Eagle Technology have launched an online GIS companion animal population estimator tool to help with emer

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Farmers can protect animals using flood barriers

By Steve Glassey | September 26, 2018

According to Mercy for Animals, over 3.4 million chickens and over 5,000 pigs have died as a result of Hurricane Florence and its associated flooding. This wa

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Pet First Aid Training (NZ) becomes official supporter

By Steve Glassey | September 5, 2018

Pet First Aid & Training (NZ) became Animal Evac New Zealand’s official animal first aid training provider today and has put out a special package f

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