Lauren loves her dog - adopt a dog

If you would like to adopt a dog or a puppy, contact Napier SPCA and we will help you to find the right pet for you and your lifestyle.

Dog Adoption Fee: $190.00

The Adoption Fee contributes towards: vet check, desexing, vaccinations, flea & worm treatment, and microchipping (including registration on the National Companion Animal Database)

The dog adoption application includes a property inspection for adequate fencing.

The dog must also be registered before they leave the centre.

Please visit our listings in the ‘Dogs to Adopt’ category of Trademe:
http://www.trademe.co.nz/Members/Listings.aspx?member=4623766

Pet Insurance

Southern Cross Pet InsuranceSouthern Cross Pet Insurance are proud supporters of the SPCA. When your dog or cat is sick or injured, it’s a stressful time. Vet care can be expensive, and you may face hard decisions about what treatment you can afford. Pet insurance can help cover the costs of unexpected illness or pet emergencies.

Southern Cross Pet Insurance have a range of plans to suit your needs and budget. Plus, if your pet is aged 6 -16 weeks, they could get free health cover for six weeks! Terms & conditions apply. Get a quote to insure your pet at www.southerncrosspet.co.nz

Dog Training

Puppy classes with the staff at Carlyle Veterinary Clinic

Held Wednesday evenings. Call in and fill out a form, and look forward to a class of a whole lot of fun. Call the clinic on: 06 835 1096

The Dog Man (Alastair Needes)

  • Puppy schools
  • In home training
  • Group training & socialisation classes

He will also help you solve any behavioural problems. Contact him on: 06 876 5655, Mobile 027 414 5334, or www.thedogman.co.nz

Napier Animal Control

Things to remember:

  • All dogs must be registered by three months of age.
  • All pet dogs need to be microchipped within two months of registration, and written confirmation supplied to your local Council for inclusion on the National Dog Database – this service is included within the registration fee, so there is no extra charge by Council.
  • Your local Council may offer a subsidy towards the neutering cost for registered dogs.
  • Some Councils offer a part payment scheme for the annual registration fees, to make payment easier.
  • Annual registration fees may be reduced: with good dog ownership, by becoming a licensed dog owner. Check with your local Council.
  • Your local Animal Control Officers may be able to assist with educational presentations for interested community groups and schools.