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Ngā whakaitinga utu ki te kaipupuri kāri SuperGold, kāri Ratonga Hapori me ngā kāri VeteranGold anō hoki

Discount for SuperGold Community Services Combo card and VeteranGold card holders

Discounted dog registration fee

Your dog registration fee will be discounted if you have:

  • a SuperGold Community Services combo card
  • both a SuperGold card and a Community Services card or
  • a Veteran Gold card.

First time using your card to register your dog

If this is the first time you are using any of these cards to register your dog, include a copy of both sides of your card when you register by post or at any of our service centres.

For more information about the SuperGold Card, visit the SuperGold Card website.

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