The hashtag #dogsatpollingbooths is trending on Twitter, with Kiwi dog owners posting snaps of their democracy doggos outside voting stations across the country.
Pooches of all different breeds are accompanying their owners, showcasing just how easy it is to get out and vote - 18-year-old labrador Bella even made it out to her local booth in a wheelbarrow.
George wants to know where he fits into this whole voting thing: "is there a seat in parliament for puppies?" At only 7 months old it's his first election.
It's illegal to post anything on social media that may influence someone's vote on election day until 7pm when voting closes.
Whether the post influences for or against a party, a referendum, or encourages people to not vote at all, a breach could be met with a fine of up to $20,000.
Luckily for us these pups are staying neutral - meaning endless scrolling of some paw-some polling pics.