A project of the MKC and ARC to support rescuers and adoption

Pittwater Animal Hospital and Council Shelter(Cloned)

40510035_2090237501044545_9108508307663880192_o

This rescuer is based in

Companion animal rescuers all over Australia contribute to the outcomes and future of millions of animals.

Your support for your local rescuer matters. By sponsoring your local rescue, volunteering or being involved you help generations of animals.

Pittwater Animal Hospital and Council Shelter(Cloned)

Contact this rescue group directly to learn about adoption and rescue support in this area.

Warriewood NSW, Australia

Organisation type

Pittwater Animal Hospital acts as the holding centre for stray animals for Northern Beaches Council (Pittwater area). We often have kittens, adult cats and rabbits up for adoption and sometimes have dogs. Pittwater Animal Hospital does not accept surrendered animals except through Northern Beaches Council.

Animal rehoming is part of our community service on the Northern Beaches, (along with our free care of wildlife and discounted bills for people with disabilities.) All animals have had a full health check, microchip placement, multiple vaccinations and worming. The adoption animals are either already desexed by us or return for desexing all within the small adoption fee.

Stray animals are kept for at least 7 days before adoption is possible. Sometimes they are kept for months until a home is found. Feeding and caring for the animals is a big undertaking.

All pets rehomed from Pittwater Animal Hospital receive a lifetime 10% discount on their annual health check and vaccinations. We become very attached to these pets and love to see them back.

Adoption process

Pittwater Animal Hospital acts as the holding centre for stray animals for Northern Beaches Council (Pittwater area). We often have kittens, adult cats and rabbits up for adoption and sometimes have dogs. Pittwater Animal Hospital does not accept surrendered animals except through Northern Beaches Council.

Animal rehoming is part of our community service on the Northern Beaches, (along with our free care of wildlife and discounted bills for people with disabilities.) All animals have had a full health check, microchip placement, multiple vaccinations and worming. The adoption animals are either already desexed by us or return for desexing all within the small adoption fee.

Stray animals are kept for at least 7 days before adoption is possible. Sometimes they are kept for months until a home is found. Feeding and caring for the animals is a big undertaking.

All pets rehomed from Pittwater Animal Hospital receive a lifetime 10% discount on their annual health check and vaccinations. We become very attached to these pets and love to see them back.