Animals’ Voice
– NZ’s No.1 pet magazine

Animals' Voice is the official publication of SPCA Auckland and New Zealand’s No.1 pet magazine. Now available in both printed magazine format and for online download, Animals’ Voice is the perfect publication for animal lovers and those interested in animal care and welfare.

Animals’ Voice is packed with interesting features and articles about animal care and well-being, and helps support the good work of SPCA Auckland. Subscribe to Animals’ Voice to receive our printed magazine or digital publication and help support SPCA Auckland.


Animals’ Voice App now available!

The Animals’ Voice App is free to download.
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In the new spring issue

The spring issue of Animals’ Voice magazine is on sale now and offers something for everyone in the family. You’ll find a rich variety of stories about animals, their welfare and how we humans can make their lives better. And, as usual, many wonderful prizes are up for grabs.

You can read about:

  • A major new document about cats
  • The ins and outs of renting with pets
  • Domesticating the Kaimanawa horses
  • Advice about animal day care, pet sitting, walking services
  • ... and heaps more

PLUS be in to win

  • Nutrience Grain Free Pet Food
  • and choose from a library of books …

Animals’ Voice is the magazine of SPCA Auckland and is a vital source of information about the organisation. By subscribing to Animals’ Voice, you’re buying the opportunity to learn about animal welfare and how to help the SPCA animals.


that you can see a digital version of Animals’ Voice, flick through the magazine’s pages, even listen to a spoken version of it via our digital gateway

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