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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Foundation Course now NZVNA accredited

By Steve Glassey | August 23, 2018

We are pleased to announce that our 9 hour Animal Evac NZ Foundation Course has been accredited for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credit by the Ne

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First animal charity to recognise international principles

By Steve Glassey | July 18, 2018

Today, Animal Evac New Zealand became the first animal organisation in New Zealand to enter an Memorandum of Recognition with the International Association of

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The Breeze Tauranga gives a great plug for Animal Evac NZ

By Steve Glassey | July 10, 2018

Thank you to Mark and Jolene from The Breeze Tauranga radio show this morning for doing a short interview with us on our upcoming foundation course. Those int

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Independent Commissioner for Animals needed

By Steve Glassey | July 7, 2018

We have been working with Gareth Hughes MP. One of the overarching needs is for an Independent Commissioner for Animals. Sign the petition now! They will be a

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New framework to include animals in disaster

By admin | June 29, 2018

Animal Evac NZ's voice has been heard as a result of the Minister's Hui, and animal disaster management is now on the future framework for animal welfare.

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New volunteers say “It’s about time!”

By admin | June 29, 2018

Over 200 volunteers have registered to be part of Animal Evac NZ, with many saying they want to be part of an impartial animal disaster management charity whi

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