Volcanic Ashfall Advice

From Hawaii to Tonga, the impacts of volcanic eruption can be devastating to animals. We have prepared this short list of resources to help those affected by ashfall.  

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Animal Evac supreme winner at Community Awards

Animal Evac has taken out the Supreme Winner award at this evening’s Wellington Airport Regional Community Awards for Wellington City at an event at the National Library.

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Vote Animal Evac to save lives and Win with Gull!

Vote for Animal Evac New Zealand as part of the Gull New Zealand Great Charity Drive and you go into win a spot prize!

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AENZ Finalists for Wellington Regional Award!

Exciting News! AENZ is  a finalist for the 2021 Wellington Airport Regional Community Awards. We are humbled to be notified that we have been nominated and selected as a finalist in the upcoming Wellington Airport Regional Community Awards 2021 for Wellington City.

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Canterbury Floods: We are here to help

MPI, Animal Evac NZ, SPCA, and HUHA  have teamed up to provide support to any animal affected by the Canterbury weather event. If you need help with domestic or lifestyle animals please contact us on – 03 349 7057. For commercial farm assistance call MPI  on 0800 00 83 33. We are standing by with […]

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Animal Evac prepares to help in Canterbury floods

At the request of the Ministry for Primary Industries, who are the lead for animal welfare emergency management during civil defence emergencies, Animal Evac New Zealand’s local and national capacity is being mobilised in readiness to assist animals affected by the worsening Canterbury floods. A multi-skilled team including a veterinary technician, farmers, animal control officer, […]

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Australia Fires After Action Report published

As part of being an accountable and transparent charity, we are pleased to publish our Australia Fires 2020 After Action Report.

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Animal Evac on The Cafe’

Watch  The Cafe’ on ThreeNow (on demand) to see Steve being interviewed today with iconic broadcaster Carly Flynn on how to get your animals ready for a disaster, thanks to Hills Science. Picture: Carly and her puppy “Alfie” (source: facebook).

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More disaster rescue training held

The few months has been busy for Animal Evac New Zealand, with the delivery of four disaster rescue courses including urban search and rescue (USAR) and swiftwater.

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Global Animal Disaster Management Conference: Call for abstracts

Animal Evac New Zealand is proud to host the Global Animal Disaster Management Conference (GADMC) to be held online in February 2021. Conference organisers are now calling for abstracts/submissions.

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