One person can do this

We all love HUHA and we all are HUHA ("nous somme HUHA"), but incredibly, just one person started the whole thing. How could one person do this?  Who would have the iron-hard, gritty nerve to take on something like HUHA? Who would be so concerned about the world and the beings in the world that they… Continue reading     >

Walkin’ the walk

Yes indeed - this has got to be the best definition of win-win there ever was. All the HUHA dogs need to get out and have a good walk every day. Sure they go outside and zoom about the paddocks, but a walk on a lead is a must for them. This means that they… Continue reading     >

Rally to see testing for cosmetics banned

THE RALLY IS BACK on ... turned out the weather and transport gods were against us last Monday but we are now back on track for Monday 23rd (note the new kick-off time of 11.45am). We would love to see some supporters out there to say we want to ‪#‎BECRUELTYFREE‬ New Zealand Monday 23 March 2015 11.45… Continue reading     >

Toys, toys, toys

Our dogs and pups at HUHA LOVE toys.  They jump on them, toss them, shake them, mangle them, run around with their mates holding an end each and sleep with them. The toys get hammered, it has to be said. Do you have a stash of toys that your dog has decided are too uncool… Continue reading     >

Tears of joy, tears of grief – a week at HUHA

Was the past week a typical HUHA week? In many ways, yes. It included great triumphs, great loss, concern and love; hard, hard work. This week began with scouring waterways for struggling and dying bird life, fighting against the ravages of avian botulism and sometimes just the general fight to survive life in algae- and… Continue reading     >

Travel safely, Chief

FROM WHEELS TO WINGS ... today we said goodbye to a best friend. We have some sad news to share. Chief passed away this morning. You may know Chief's legs were not good, he was in palliative care at HUHA with pain relief and although he still had a huge love of life, loved to run… Continue reading     >

Big Day! Tank goes home

TANK HAS LEFT THE BUILDING!!! Oh what a sloppy and soggy farewell. But any sadness we felt as we said our goodbyes was quashed by the absolute delight this cheeky monkey had on his face when his Mum and Dad arrived all the way from Whangarei to drive him back home where he belongs. Tank… Continue reading     >