Auckland (Hobsonville) Centre
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Under Alert Level 3, our Centre remains closed to the public, with contactless adoption available by appointment only. SPCA Inspectors, ambulance drivers and field officers will continue their work in the community, responding to urgent and emergency call outs, while wearing PPE and practicing strict social distancing.
SPCA's Centre in Hobsonville is the newest centre in the country. We look forward to welcoming you to our state-of-the-art facilities.
We are located in the fast-growing area of Hobsonville, in the North West of Auckland. Our centre accommodates a small number of staff who work collaboratively to provide the best outcome for our animals.
- Feline and canine adoption areas.
- A base for our warranted animal welfare Inspectors who cover a 7,980 sq. kms area across the Auckland region.
- Foster and volunteer offices
- An SPCA doggy daycare
Our Hobsonville centre works closely with the biggest and busiest SPCA centre located in Mangere, South Auckland.oTogether, we help thousands of animals each year who have been abused or neglected.
We are extremely lucky to have volunteers who devote their free time to helping the Hobsonville centre create the best life possible for the animals who need us; this ranges from cleaning out cat cages, assisting at the doggy daycare, or taking SPCA dogs for their daily exercise.
Please note our Hobsonville Centre is unable to accept sick or injured incoming animals from members of the public. If you have found a sick or injured animal, contact us immediately on 09 256 7300 for help and advice.
All cruelty reports should be made by phone: 09 256 7300
Do not email or Facebook us to report emergencies.
Our team are on call 7 days a week, from 8.30am-9pm during summer daylight saving hours and from 8.30m-7pm during winter.
If you have an animal emergency outside of these hours, please contact your nearest after-hours vet clinic.
For any problems with stray, found or lost dogs, please contact your local council.