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Companion Animals NZ Hosts Prestigious Assisi Awards Ceremony Recognising Animal Welfare Excellence

Wednesday, 13 March 2024, 7:06 pm | Companion Animals NZ

Every two years, passionate animal welfare advocates are celebrated at the esteemed Assisi Awards ceremony, hosted by Companion Animals New Zealand (CANZ) to honour individuals whose dedication advances animal welfare globally. The Award, named in ... More >>

Exploring The Future Of Pets In New Zealand: Conference To Tackle Big Questions Of Changing Attitudes

Monday, 19 February 2024, 9:27 am | Companion Animals NZ

Companion Animals New Zealand (CANZ) is thrilled to be hosting its upcoming March conference, “Companion Animals in a Changing World”, set to address critical issues impacting companion animals and bring together passionate advocates for animal ... More >>

Animal Charity Emphasises Pet Loss Prevention One Year On From Cyclone Gabrielle

Monday, 12 February 2024, 9:35 am | Companion Animals NZ

Companion Animals New Zealand (CANZ), national charity and custodian of New Zealand's Companion Animal Register (NZCAR), is calling for more animals to be microchipped as a way of ensuring they can be reunited with their owners, should another tragedy ... More >>

New Zealand’s Top Pet Names – Luna On Top Again For 2023

Friday, 24 November 2023, 10:10 am | Companion Animals NZ

The New Zealand Companion Animal Register microchip database has released the most popular names for young pets in 2023. For the fifth year in a row, Luna tops the most favourite pet name across Aotearoa for cats, dogs and rabbits. Other popular ... More >>

Lost Pet “Super Site” Created In Time For Guy Fawkes

Wednesday, 1 November 2023, 12:16 pm | Companion Animals NZ

*New Zealand - November 1, 2023* - The manager of Companion Animals New Zealand, the organisation responsible for New Zealand's microchip database for pets, is emphasizing the importance of not relying solely on social media, particularly during the stressful ... More >>




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