SPCA New Zealand

Whangarei Centre

Our opening hours
Mon: 10am-2pm
Tue: 10am-2pm
Wed: 10am-2pm
Thu: 10am-2pm
Fri: 10am-2pm
Sat: 10am-2pm
Sun: 10am-2pm
Note:

Under Alert Level 2, our centre is open by appointment only for those picking up an adopted animal or dropping off/picking up a foster animal. Please call our centre to make an appointment on the number below. Strict physical distancing and health and safety measures will be enforced, including contact tracing. Members of the public cannot visit centres to view animals. We will maintain carrying out our adoptions using contactless methods through online enquiries.

Note: Please note that due to resource our phones are not manned on weekends from 10am-3pm. If you would like to report a case of animal cruelty or neglect, or have an animal emergency, please call to be put through to our call centre, or you can leave a message and we will be back in touch on Monday.

Making a difference in Whangarei

Volunteer with us

Under Alert Level 1 our centre can reopen, however, entry will be by appointment only. We ask anyone who would like to come to a centre to enquire about adopting, fostering, or volunteering to contact us first and make an appointment. You can make an appointment by calling our centre on the number provided below. If you are dropping off donations we would love to see you during our opening hours at any time.

The SPCA inspectorate based in Whangarei covers an area from the Brynderwyns across to the Kaipara Harbour, up through Dargaville to just south of Kaikohe, to Waiomio south of Kawakawa, then back across to the east coast (to just north of Whangaruru North). Around 3,000 animals are brought to our centre annually, and each year we investigate around 900 animal abuse complaints.

Specific enquiries

Enquiry types

Due to limited space and resources, unfortunately SPCA does not usually accept owned animals into our care.

As a charity, we do not have sufficient space and resources to provide a rehoming service for owned animals, and have to prioritise sick, stray or injured animals.

If you need to rehome your pet, please click here for advice.

Our team

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