The following animals are available and are being rehomed directly by their owners.
Hunter Animal Rescue (HAR) does not give any guarantee or endorsement of the accuracy of the information given nor that the advertisers will fulfill their obligations or claims. A two week trial period does not apply with the following dogs or cats. HAR is unable to provide additional information on any of the following animals. All of the animals shown are available through private sources and are in the Newcastle, Hunter Valley or Central Coast area, unless otherwise stated. Please contact the owners directly using the details provided to find out more information about the particular animal you are interested in.
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If no images appear above there are currently no animals listed as available by donation.
All animals should go to their new owners desexed and microchipped. The donation amount (if specified) covers any required vet work the previous owner may have had done.
Pets listed on this page are not being made available because they are undesirable or badly behaved. These dogs and cats may need to rehome quickly due to many reasons. HAR also encourages owners looking to rehome their pets to place a donation fee on as we are consistently dealing with the way pets are often regarded as “disposable” and HAR supports responsible pet ownership. By putting a value on the animal we are trying to change people’s perception – that these animals have worth. We encourage all members of the public to have their dogs and cats desexed before they first come into season. We look foward to the end of the overbreeding of companion animals and a time when there is no longer a need for us to rescue animals from the pound.
.Please note that Hunter Animal Rescue is not affiliated with the advertisers in any way, other than as a provider of advertising space. Therefore, we cannot guarantee the breed, age, health, temperament or condition of any of the animals appearing in this section. As we do not physically see the dogs or cats, it is the new owner’s responsibility to ask for proof of desexing, microchipping, current vaccination etc. If we are told by the advertiser that these things have been done, then we will advertise the animal as such, in good faith. It is also the new owner’s responsibility to handle the ‘change of ownership’ paperwork with their local council.