The Hawaii Week for the Animals team is working with educators, shelters, community leaders, organizations and agencies across the islands of Hawaii. For more info or to have your event or org listed, please call or email us.
Please see Contact Us page.
~Salute to our Military~
God Bless Our Troops!
1 Arizona Memorial Place
Honolulu, Hawaii 96818
Hawaii Week for the Animals is the perfect time to say thank you to U.S. Navy, Pearl Harbor and all the brave military men, women, K9's and their handlers. God Bless Our Troops. We love you and thank you for your service!
Honolulu is a large metropolitan area. Please plan for traffic. The USS Arizona Memorial is approximately a 45-minute drive from Waikiki. Take Ala Moana Blvd. / Nimitz Highway or (H-1) West to begin.
While on H-1; look for the USS Arizona/Stadium exit, #15A. Do not take the Pearl Harbor exit. This will take you to Naval Station Pearl Harbor not the USS Arizona Memorial. Continue on HI-99 (Kamehameha Highway) and turn left at the 4th traffic light onto Arizona Memorial Place. At the base of the hill turn right and the parking lot is on the left. An overflow parking lot is on the right for use later in the day. Please park before unloading. (Pearl Harbor Day is December 7th.)
Saturday, February 10th 7:00 am- til
Maui Whale Festival Run & Walk for Whales
Begins and ends at Maui Harbor Shops 300 Ma’alaea Road, Ma'alaea on Maui, Hawaii
The annual Maui Whale Festival, presented by Pacific Whale Foundation, is a series of inspiring events held during Maui's peak humpback whale season. Each occasion and activity is designed to build awareness and share our love of marine animals and their ocean habitat.
The course will be safer and more walker friendly than ever, encouraging all abilities to join in this fun and rewarding event, which attracted over 800 participants from around in the world in 2017. All proceeds will benefit Pacific Whale Foundation's mission to protect whales and the ocean through science and advocacy.
Pacific Whale Foundation's annual Run & Walk for the Whales is one of Maui's largest run and walking events. Participants can choose from a 1 Mile, 5k, 10k or Maui's only 11.5 Mile course. All races start at 7:00am. All participants will receive a medal and t-shirt. Divisional winners will receive cruises from Pacific Whale Foundation. http://mauiwhalefestival.org/
Saturday, February 10th 9:30 am- 12:00 noon
Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project Planting Day at MFBRP
Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project
2465 Olinda Road Makawao, Hawaii 96768 (808) 573-0280
Please RSVP on our Facebook event OR email firstname.lastname@example.org
Maui Forest Bird Recovery Project is dedicated to the recovery of Maui's native forest bird species and their native forest habitat. Most of our work is conducted in remote high elevation native forests of East Maui. But our office is located on Olinda, above Makawao town.
Recent sightings of native birds, like the Iiwi, at lower elevations has encouraged some people to start planting native trees in their backyards. With this in mind and the hope that we can create native forest "sanctuaries" in our yards, we will be planting 200 trees at our facility. We will also be transplanting native ferns.
Bring outdoor clothing and shoes, layers (it can be cold), rain gear (we have extra sets), hat, gloves, sunscreen. If you have a digging tool, bring it. We will have some of those as well.
Bring food and water as well. There will be a house nearby that we can use the restroom and kitchen. We will have some snacks and juices.
We have already planted over 10,000 trees in the Nakula Natural Area Reserve. Mahalo for your support of native forest bird recovery and forest restoration on Maui!
We successfully raised funds to plant 1,125 trees at our restoration site in Nakula Natural Area Reserve. We are continuing to collect seeds for more plants to be grown and then purchased. We will continue to take donations to help us purchase plants to restore this dry mesic forest. Please visit our Plant a Tree, Save the Forest, Save the Birds Campaign for more information or email us directly for more information. Visit https://www.facebook.com/events/150576199080277/
Saturday, February 10th 10:00 am-2:00 pm
Hawaii Animal Rescue Foundation Adoptions
Hawaii Animal Rescue Foundation P.O. Box 515 Puunene, HI 96784
Currently H.A.R.F provides numerous animal-welfare services to the residents of Hawaii, including:
-Pet adoptions ■Re-homing programs -Off island relocation services.■Foster care programs for animals with special needs. --Volunteer opportunities Services and programs will increase as the organization expands.
-H.A.R.F partners with other animal welfare organizations to bring healthy, adoptable animals to us, helping to lessen the homeless pet overpopulation that plagues our islands.
-Ten percent of the animals we receive are owner surrenders and 90 percent are transferred from other organizations filled to capacity. Dawn Hall Dawn@hawaiianimalrescue.org Phone 808.446.4126
Saturday February 10th 10:00 am to Noon
Hawaiian Humane Society Doggie Speed Dating & Waived Adoption Fees!
Hawaiian Humane Society 2700 Waialae Ave Honolulu, Hawaii 96826 Phone: (808) 356-2200
Love is in the air. We’re single and ready to mingle. All our dogs love long walks on the beach at sunset and long for lounging with you on a sunlit porch.
Find the love of your life with a people-pet speed dating event. Adoption fees for all animals are waived from 10 am – Noon on campus.
Call 356-2245 or email email@example.com for more info.
Saturday, February 10th 10:30 am - 1:30 pm
Oahu SPCA Adoption Event Pearl Harbor
Navy Exchange (Pearl Harbor)4725 Bougainville Drive. Building No. 631, Honolulu, Hawaii 96818
Join us at the NEX for an adoption event! The OSPCA will be there with some of our staff members, dedicated volunteers, and adoptable animals! Stop by to meet us, get some information about our low cost wellness clinic, spay/neuter services, foster/adoption, and volunteering! We are always graciously accepting donations to help us care for the animals at the shelter. Out furbabies are excited to meet you!
We rescue animals suffering from abuse, neglect and abandonment all over the island each day. More than 20 dogs and cats are rescued, rehabilitated and re-homed each week. We care for approximately 65 dogs and 100 cats per day, including spay/neutering, micro chipping and medical & behavioral rehabilitation in preparation for adoption. https://www.facebook.com/pg/SPCA.Oahu/
Saturday, February 10th 11:00 am- 2:00 pm
Maui Humane Society
Petco (Kahului, HI) 270 Dairy Rd, Kahului, Hawaii 96732
What a WONDERFUL org!
Our knowledgeable staff and Adoption Counselor can help you make an informed selection, provide you with useful information on the animal(s) you've chosen, and assist you throughout the adoption process. Please take the time to read through our adoption policies and guidelines. You will be required to sign this form, both acknowledging and accepting the terms of the adoption. Please visit
Free & Low cost spay/neuter hotline: (808) 877-3616
Saturday, February 10th 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Lana`i Cat Sanctuary Pet-n-Purr Open House
Lana`i Animal Rescue Center Lanai City, Hawaii 96763
Come and visit daily between 10-3 pm. Check out the amazing cageless, outdoor cat sanctuary on the lovely Hawaiian island of Lanai Lāna`i .Our mission is to assist animals on the Hawaiian island of Lāna`i by providing sustenance, foster homes, shelter, adoptions, veterinary care, spay/neuter services, and humane education.Visitors and fans alike can sponsor a cat of their choosing from anywhere in the world. Visit our webiste to learn more. http://lanaianimalrescue.org/
Lana’i Animal Adventure CampWe have had so much fun reading books about animals, writing and illustrating our own stories, writing poems, molding clay, playing with and reading to cats at the LARC sanctuary, interacting with different animals and so much more. Phone 808-215-9066.
Saturday, February 10th 12:00 noon- 6:00 pm
Joeys Feline Friends & Oahu SPCA Offsite Adoptions
Petco 1134 Kuala Street Pearl City, HI 96782 (808) 456-5570
The Oahu Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was founded in April 2009, based on a no-kill philosophy. In our first three months we were thrown into a large scale sheltering operation completing the the largest rescue in Hawaii's history.
We rescue animals suffering from abuse, neglect and abandonment all over the island each day. More than 20 dogs and cats are rescued, rehabilitated and re-homed each week. We care for approximately 65 dogs and 100 cats per day, including spay/neutering, micro chipping and medical & behavioral rehabilitation in preparation for adoption. https://www.facebook.com/SPCA.Oahu/
Mahalo nui loa for your continued support throughout the years. Joey's Feline Friends is committed to improving the quality of life for Oahu's neglected and you are our strongest supporters. JFF exists to serve our community, and our island's abandoned and homeless animals; providing hope, healing and recovery. If you are unable to find the appropriate link or answer to your inquiry, please let us know how we can help.
Saturday, February 10th 4:30 pm-6:30 pm
Volcano Art Center presents Jazz in the Forest
Volcano Art Center Gallery Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park
9-4074 Old Volcano Road Volcano, HI 96785 Phone: (808) 967-8222
The 2018 Jazz in the Forest series continues with two performances (4:30pm & 7:00pm) on Saturday, February 10 with FUEGO! and Jean Pierre Thoma and the Jazztones.
Fuego! A great Latin dance band, features lots of percussion with trumpet & sax/flute rhythms.
Jean Pierre Thoma is a world traveled professional musician on flute, saxophone clarinet and piano, with experience throughout America, France, Japan, India, and Israel. Holds 2 masters degrees in music, and has been a public and private school teacher as well as member of numerous jazz and classical ensembles, such as the Maui and Marin Symphonies. Leader of “The Jazztones” : “Raga Jazz” (with Sarangi, synth guitar & bass): member of “Royal Kona Harp Ensemble” (3 harps w/ 2 flutes & winds): “Volcano Trio” (2 flutes & piano): performer at Holy Cross Church in choir & as instrumentalist; and pianist at restaurants, and charity performances at Hospice and Life Care Centers. Now a music teacher in Hilo at The Pacific Academy of Music, and the Kukuau Studio, he happily lives in Hilo Hawaii. Learn much more! http://volcanoartcenter.org/events/ Volcano Art Center (VAC) is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) educational organization founded in 1974 by a band of eclectic and energetic artists. Today, over 38 years later, Volcano Art Center continues to operate a successful fine arts gallery showcasing handcrafted art works by over 300 local artists, as well as developing and offering programs for residents, keiki (children) and visitors alike, including the award winning Na Mea Hawai`i Hula Kahiko performance series at the pa hula in Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park. Volcano Art Center is Where People, Art and Nature Thrive! http://www.volcanoartcenter.org/
February 11-17, 2018 8:00 am- All Day
Tellington TTouch Training for Horses Workshop
Home of Linda Tellington-Jones & Roland Kleger
78-288 Manukai Street Kailua Kona, HI 96740-2537
808-322-2662 or 808-989-3080
Tellington TTouch Method for horses. Tuition: $1060.00. A $300.00 deposit is due at the time of registration to hold a space in the class. The balance is due January 11, 2018. Or, pay in full before December 18, 2017 and receive the early-bird discounted tuition of $960.00! Lodging and meals are not included in tuition. Teacher: Founder Linda Tellington-Jones, PhD (Hon). Download Workshop Logistics. See details. http://www.ttouch.com/horseAnnouncements.shtml
Tellington TTouch Training for Horses
If you are reading this, then you are someone with a commitment to bringing your relationship with your horse to the next level. Tellington TTouch Training for Horses will take you there. Regardless of your discipline, preferred breed or level of experience, you will learn the tools and techniques that can foster the magical partnership between you and your horse that most people strive for a lifetime to achieve.
Combining the pioneering Tellington TTouch with special ground exercises and under-saddle work, this training method offers an approach based on cooperation rather than domination and understanding rather than control. You will learn to chunk down the training process into incremental steps that are scientifically proven to reduce fearfulness in horses thereby increasing potential for learning.
You have several opportunities to work with Linda or Robyn Hood, Linda’s sister, or TTouch Instructors Debby Potts and Edie Jane Eaton who has been part of the Tellington team for two decades. In a week-long workshop you will experience this remarkable training approach for yourself. http://www.ttouch.com/enews/PDF/2018HawaiiTTouchTraining_Horse.pdf
Sunday, February 11th Schedule appt
CatFriends Spay Clinic
CatFriends P.O. Box 240052 Honolulu, HI 96824-0052
We recommend that you register online so that we can send you pre–op and other pertinent information for the clinic. http://www.hicatfriends.org/ *Schedule Surgery at CatFriends in Kalihi - call 808-226-4561 CatFriends (CF) is a 501c3 (non-profit) all volunteer organization that is Oahu's source of information and education for abandoned and feral cat issues. CF is the island's leader in the humane control of abandoned and feral cats. http://www.hicatfriends.org/whois/
Sunday, February 11th Ongoing
Hawaii Week for the Animals Unchain Their Love ..Support the Dogs!
Dogs are naturally social beings who thrive on interaction with human beings and other animals. Please see how other states are unchaining dogs-an outdated cruel practice http://animalworldusa.org
_______________________________________________________________________________________________ January February and All year 2018
Hawai'i Volcanoes Park
Hawai'i Volcanoes Park Education Center Hawaii National Park, HI 96718
KEALALEO is an adult Hawaiian Immersion Program which takes each individual to "wa kamali'i" or the time of ones childhood when we first began learning language. KEALALEO is uniquely different because it does not use the written word to teach but rather uses Hawaiian in its rawest form, the spoken tongue. KEALALEO is a "new" method of learning 'Ōlelo Hawai'i, returning to the original style of indigenous learning. KEALALEO has proven to be a fun, inter-active, non-intimidating setting for learning Hawaiian.
"We welcome each individual who has the desire to know more about the language and thus the culture.", says Kumu Ka'eo. Fee Information: $35.00 per month for the classes - Park entrance fees apply Contact Name: Joni Mae Makuakāne-Jarrel. Phone Number: 808-985-6020 https://www.nps.gov/havo/index.htm
February & Ongoing
People and Land of Kahuku - Ranger-led Hikes
Hawai'i Volcanoes Park Meet at the Park’s Kahuku Unit Ka‘ū., Hawaii
Where: Meet at the Park’s Kahuku Unit, Ka‘ū. The gate, located off Hwy 11 near mile marker 70, opens at 9 am. Park and meet inside the gate near the ranch buildings. Boots and long pants are recommended.
What: Hike 2 miles, 3 hours through pastures, quarry, airstrip and the extraordinary 1868 lava fields. People and Land of Kahuku. Learn how people lived on the vast Kahuku lands, from the earliest Hawaiians
through today. Hear about Kahuku’s history of violent earthquakes and eruptions and the people who survived them. Walk through an emerging native forest to explore 1868 volcanic vents and flows. Learn Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park’s plans to restore native ecosystems and protect cultural sites.
February and Ongoing- Call to plan your visit!
9th Life Hawaii No Kill Cat Rescue & Sanctuary
9th Life Hawaii Box 476 Makawao, HI 96768
Aloha and Welcome. hyllis Tavares, Executive Director of 9th Life Hawaii says, "We are Maui’s largest, non-profit, NO KILL, Cat Rescue & Sanctuary. On any given day, we provide a safe haven for about 275 cats and we have now sterilized about 6,700 cats.
We welcome you. If after viewing our kitties, one or more of them wrap their paws around your heart, please call us (808-866-3049) for directions to the sanctuary where you can meet hundreds of adoptable kitties. All visits to the sanctuary are by appointment as we do not have a large enough staff available every day."
9th Life Hawaii has now sterilized about 6,018 cats, most of them in our very own fully-equipped surgery room. We are attempting to hold at least 2 Spay/Neuter clinics per month until Dr. Tom arrives back in Hawaii in October. Then we will have our usual 5-6 day clinic. As successful as our clinics are, we would still like to purchase a Spay/Neuter van to reach the under-served communities at Hana, the Westside and other remote areas on Maui. Please call 808-866-3050 to help or register a cat(s) for our ongoing Spay/Neuter clinics. Learn much more at http://9thlifehawaii.org/site/
Sunday, February 11th and Ongoing
CB/Hawaii Horse Rescue
-Waikoloa herd of Kona Nightingales (Donkeys)-
"What's New? We have Long Ears...and The Ears jokes are flying!"
Puna Big Island of Hawaii Phone 808-987-9064.
We still need homes for donkeys. Hawaii Horse Rescue -wonderful folks!-has asked us to share they can use help with the donkeys. The Waikoloa herd of Kona Nightingales has burgeoned beyond manageability, and are being captured, vetted through the Aina Hou Animal Hospital, and adopted. "We are bringing some of the young ones here to the Rescue, handling them, making them friendly, and finding homes.They are wonderful creatures."
Puna is one of the nine districts in Hawaiʻi County, Big Island, Hawaii. The District of Puna is located on the easternmost portion of the island and shares borders to the north with the District of South Hilo and a border to the west with the District of Kaʻū. With its size of just under 320,000 acres (1,300 km2), Puna is slightly smaller than the island of Kauaʻ
CB/Hawaii Horse Rescue is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the compassionate care of equines. Your donations keep us going and the horses happy. As donations increase we will be able to help more horses. Every little bit helps! Phone 808-987-9064. http://www.hawaiihorserescue.com/
Sunday, February 11th see calendar
The ALOHA HAWAIIAN PARROT
Association (AHPA) Monthly Meeting
98-319 Kamehameha Highway Aiea, HI 96701
"Aloha Hawaiian Parrot Association is the oldest (now 23 years) and only parrot club in Honolulu, Hawaii. We are a social club of parrot owners but also provide fostering and rehoming of parrots, assistance with lost and found birds, and counseling/information for parrot owners."
All monthly meetings are at Blaisdell Park, Pearl City, usually on the 2nd Sunday of the month, at 12 noon, with potluck lunch. As always, your parrots (healthy, with wings clipped or caged) are welcome, and remember to bring a beach/camping chair to sit on since we meet on the grass. http://www.alohahawaiianparrot.com/ (The dates may change if we have a special activity planned.) Our members range from the novice to the experienced and knowledgeable parrot owner. The one thing we all have in common is our love and respect for these feathered treasures. https://www.facebook.com/HawaiianParrot/info?tab=page_info
Monday, February 12th - Saturday Feb 18th 10:00 am - til
Hawaii Public Libraries Celebrates
Hawaii Week for the Animals
-An official Hawaii Week for the Animals event-
Hawaii Public Libraries Across Hawaii
To celebrate Hawaii Week for the Animals, Hawaii Public Library System will have many of their libraries devoting special display areas and activities devoted to the awesome animals during Hawaii Week for the Animals.
We encourage everyone to be stop by the Children's Dept. of all Hawaii libraries. Many thanks to the Hawaii Library System for their exceptional graciousness. Also visit http://www.librarieshawaii.org/
Monday, February 12th 10:00 am -11:30 am
Hui Pono Holoholona
Hui Pono PO. Box 943 Mountain View, HI 96771 968-8279
or by: firstname.lastname@example.org
It is clear that our community needs no-cost or truly affordable spay and neuter to prevent dog and cat animal overpopulation humanely.
At the present time, more than 13,000 domestic and wild animals are euthanized on the island of Hawai‘i each year. Thousands more are abandoned, lost or feral.
Hui Pono Holoholona is aloha. The heart of HPH will integrate a response to this situation with programs to connect humans and animals for purposes of educating the general pubic on the need to humanely stop animal overpopulation through animal sterilization, furthering additional education on proper animal care, the importance of responsible companionship, and ownership through kindness and respect. Website is http://www.hphhawaii.org/
Ongoing See different times
Hawai'i Youth Services
Hawaiian Humane Society Classroom
2700 Waialae Avenue Honolulu, HI 96826
So many opportunitites are with animal organizations. Pls check out the activities! Visit http://808youth.com/
Monday, February 12th -- Sunday, February 18th
Three Ring Ranch
Wildlife Rehabilitation and Exotic Animal Care Facility
Three Ring Ranch 75-809 Keaolani Drive Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
Educational programs at the Three Ring Ranch, Hawaii's only accredited wildlife rehabilitation and exotic animal care facility. Educational Tours are for those who would like to see the animals, learn animal behavior and communication, understand the role of rehab-bers and sanctuaries in Hawaii and so much more.
Small groups (6-12) will enjoy the experience of walking in and around the animals habitats while the residents follow and enjoy our company. Our programs take 2 hours. You will walk on uneven ground.
Cameras are very welcome and children over the age of 6 (no exceptions) are welcome. There is no fee for the program but a minimum donation of $35 per person is requested to help feed and care for the 145 residents. All donations are 100% tax deductible. To book one of the programs email in advance to email@example.com To learn more please visit their award-winning website www.threeringranch.org
Monday, February 12th 11:00 am-12 noon
Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary 45 Ton Exciting Whale Talks
Different locations each day
Sanctuary Learning Center 726 South Kihei Road Kihei, Hawaii 96753
The Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary was created by Congress in 1992 to protect humpback whales and their habitat in Hawai`i. The sanctuary, which lies within the shallow (less than 600 feet), warm waters surrounding the main Hawaiian Islands, constitutes one of the world's most important humpback whale habitats.
Through education, outreach, research and resource protection activities, the sanctuary strives to protect humpback whales and their habitat in Hawai`i.
Hawaii Whale Count: 557 volunteers collect data at 46 sites on three islands #OceanCount
Maui Whale Festival
Monday, February 12th (and all week) 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
McInery Dog Park
Hawaiian Humane Society Grounds 2700 Waialae Ave Honolulu, HI 96826
McInery Dog Park is the smallest dog park on the island, only 1/3 acre, but one of the best groomed parks including a small pond and waterfall for the dogs to play in. Meet new canine friends, get exercise, and play in the pond.
The park hours are Mon – Fri: 11 – 7 p.m. and weekends & most holidays. Phone 808) 946-2187. Hours do vary according to season.
Tuesday, February 13th 9 am-10 am Hawaiian Standard Time
Maui Whale Festival Chat with the Experts
An interactive forum from wherever you are!
An interactive forum with Pacific Whale Foundation researchers and scientists, the 2018 Online Chat with the Experts will focus on current projects to support ocean health. Topics include:
Humpback whale research focusing on the impacts of vessel speed on humpback whales utilizing both land and vessel-based surveys.
Marine debris monitoring to determine debris accumulation trends and keep Maui Nō Ka 'Oi and free of cigarette butt litter.
False Killer whale research in the Hawaiian islands.
Humpback whale research in Ecuador and the development of eco tourism in the area.
Submit your questions in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or ask a question live during the discussion. https://youtu.be/BMP90krzwIc
Tuesday, February 13th and Ongoing
-Focusing on the Dogs of the houseless, financially destitute and those affected by Domestic Violence.-
K9 Kokua P.O. Box 2471 Waianae, HI 96792
We are a 501c3 non-profit, all-volunteer operated organization that believes every dog deserves a chance at a life of feeling no hunger pains, has access to medical care and the right to live in safety.
We visit and provide care for the dogs that live with the houseless population on Oahu and Maui. Many of these ohana (families) lost their roof when they fell upon hardships such as medical problems or being laid off from work. They are homeless so they can remain with their family dog. At times, some humans stay in a dangerous situations for fear that their dog will be harmed in their absence. We understand their determination to keep their ohana together.
We are here to make sure the dogs have a resource for spaying/neutering, Emergency Care response, severe weather evacuation assistance and much, much more! Pls visit and find way to help or seek help. facebook.com/k9kokua http://www.k9kokua.org/
Tuesday, February 13th Ongoing events
The Vegetarian Society of Hawaii
Vegetarian Society of Hawaii
P.O. Box 23208 Honolulu, HI 96823 (808) 733-7387
The Vegetarian Society of Hawaii* is a not-for-profit volunteer organization founded in 1990 to promote human health, animal rights, and protection of the environment by means of vegetarian education. It's among the largest vegetarian/vegan societies in the nation. Join us!
Once a month we invite a guest speaker to present a lecture or cooking demonstration. All lectures are free and open to the public. Members receive our quarterly newsletter, The Island Vegetarian, as well as discounts at many veg-friendly restaurants and health food stores.
Wednesday, February 13th Ongoing
Don't forget the Heartworm Preventative
Wednesday, February 13th Ongoing
Neuter Now Hawaii -Low Cost Spay & Neuter
There are more cats and dogs on Oahu than there are loving homes. To help reduce pet overpopulation, the Neuter Now program offers a cost-effective way for pet owners to sterilize their pets.
The Neuter Now program is funded by the City and County of Honolulu. The Hawaiian Humane Society manages the program at no cost to the City or taxpayers, and local veterinarians voluntarily perform the surgeries at significantly reduced rates.
Certificates may be purchased from the Hawaiian Humane Society 2700 Waialae Avenue Honolulu, HI 96826 or at any Satellite City Hall location.
The certificate may then be redeemed at any of 16 participating veterinary locations islandwide. Click here to see a list of locations and to download the form, or visit the Hawaiian Humane Society online for more information. http://neuternow.com/appointment.htm
These prices are fantastic as it can cost up from $600.00 up to 800.00 for some spay neuters surgeries in Hawaii! The cost of the certificate is:
$40 for male cat $50 for female cat $125 for male dog $150 for female dog
February Ongoing--During Week
Tails of Aloha Pet Assisted Therapy
Tails of Aloha will be visiting a long term care facility in Oahu with therapy animals.We will also be working with those with disabilities (some PTSD) to help them get their own dogs to become service dogs for their owners. More details to be posted soon!
Tails of Aloha is an all volunteer Animal Assisted Therapy Organization located on Oahu in the state of Hawaii. Visit http://www.tailsofaloha.com/
Ongoing See hours below
Kauai Humane Society Gomez Galley Pet Food Bank
*Also check out our Free Spay & Neuter!
Kauai Humane Society 3-825 Kaumualii Hwy. Lihue (Just west of Puhi on your way to Poipu) Lihue, HI 96766
Gomez’s Galley, the KHS pet food bank, was started by a dedicate KHS volunteer, and named after her beloved, small-but-mighty cat, Gomez. The pet food bank was created as part of KHS’s ongoing effort to keep pets and their families together.
When economic issues threaten a pet owner’s ability to continue caring for his or her companion animal, the Kauai Humane Society helps by offering a supply of pet food from the Galley.
Pet food is donated by KHS supporters who help to keep our Galley full. We are hoping that by providing pet food on a regular basis, people will be able to keep their pets with them for life.
In addition to picking-up free pet food at KHS, we are proud to be working in partnership with St Catherine’s Church in Kapaa and St. William’s Church in Hanalei. Pet food may be picked up at those churches’ food pantries once a month during their normal hours of operation. Please check with the church’s food pantry volunteers to determine the days that pet food will be available.
KHS also provides low-cost or free spay/neuter surgery for dogs and cats of Kauai. Tuesday - Saturday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm -
*KHS adoptions are from Tuesday thru Friday 11:00 am- 6:00 pm.
*Saturday & Monday 10:00 am-4:00 pm
It’s because of our caring community we are able to provide refuge for Kauai’s neglected, abandoned and abused animals. If it weren’t for compassionate folks like you supporting us since 1952, we wouldn’t be able to achieve our mission to strengthen our bond with our pets as well as provide informed care for all of Kauai’s animals.
Read About Shelter Dogs on Field Trips
About twice a week, a visitor to the lush Hawaiian paradise of Kauai island will fall in love — with a shelter dog, who’s been borrowed from the local rescue group for a tropical outing. And if things go especially well, it might end with a plane ride to the mainland.
“Currently, we have Kauai Humane Society alumni residing in more than 25 states and four Canadian provinces,” says Penny Cistaro, spokesperson for the group. “We estimate that more than 100 dogs have found their new loving home as a result of a field trip.”
How to Help
Come make a difference for the animals and have fun too! Positions include dog buddy, cat cuddler, front desk assistant, vet assistant, foster parent, special events and PALS (Pets Are Loving Support) program volunteer. Thank you to Executive Director, Penny! Website is kauaihumane.org/
Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult. If you prefer not to be around the animals and still want to help, consider volunteering at our thrift store across from Pizza Hut in Lihue. For more information, call 632-0610, ext. 102.
Tuesday, February 13th 7:00 pm-til
After Dark in the Park - Volcano Awareness Month
Kīlauea Visitor Center Volcano, HI 96785 (808) 985-6000
Kīlauea is currently home to two remarkably long eruptions. Pu‘u ‘Ō‘ō and other vents on the volcano’s East Rift Zone have erupted lava flows for more than 3 decades. At the summit of Kīlauea, an active vent within Halemaʻumaʻu Crater has fed a lava lake for over 8 years. Monitoring each of these eruptions presents unique challenges and requires using various tools and techniques, ranging from low-tech to state-of-the-art. USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory geologist Matt Patrick explains the toolkit he uses to map lava flows and measure lava lakes, and describes how scientists continuously improve their methods of tracking volcanic activity
Wednesday, February 14th 3:00 pm til
Afternoons at the Waikiki Aquarium
Waikiki Aquarium 2777 Kalakaua Avenue Honolulu, HI 96815
Every Wednesday, the Aquarium hosts an interactive learning activity near the Monk Seal Deck. Join us for a critter encounter or a marine science craft designed for families. Free with admission to the Aquarium. (808) 923-9741
Wednesday, February 14th and Ongoing
West Hawaii Humane Society
Help Save The Donkeys of Hawaii
West Hawaii Humane Society Inc
Street: PO Box 2695 Kailua Kona, HI 96745-2695
They are affectionately known as the Kona Nightingales because they bray or "sing" to each other as they return to the mountains at dusk. The herd is currently estimated at between 400-600 animals, in more than 2500 acres of private land.
If the population continues to increase scarce resources will quickly be depleted and the donkeys may suffer from starvation or dehydration.
In addition, some in the community have seen these animals as a growing nuisance, competing with local rancher’s cattle grazing areas, etc. Phone: (808) 329-8398 and learn more about this program and how you can help
Thursday, February 15th Ongoing
Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument
Endangered Hawaiian Monk Seals- How to Help
-Volunteer with NOAA Wherever You Live-
NOAA/Daniel K. Inouye Regional Center NOS/ONMS/PMNM, 1845 Wasp Blvd, Building 176 Honolulu, HI 96818 Phone: 808-725-5800
Our mission: To forever protect and perpetuate ecosystem health and diversity and Native Hawaiian cultural significance of Papahānaumokuākea.
Good Neighbors: How To Share Hawaii's Beaches with Endangered Monk Seals.
Volunteers play an integral role in supporting the environmental noaa logo with clouds and waterstewardship conducted every day by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Across the United States and its coastal waters, opportunities exist for volunteers to take part in research, observation and educational roles that benefit science, our citizens and our planet.
There are probably fewer than 1,100 Monk Seals left in the world, though the population around the main Hawaiian Islands seems to be increasing slightly. Hawaiians called Monk Seals “Ilio holo I ka uaua” which means “dog that runs in rough water”. http://www.papahanaumokuakea.gov/news/monk_seal_fpir.html
Friday, February 16th 10:30 am - 11:30 am
The Banana Slug String Band Maui at Kihei Library
Maui – Kihei Library , 35 Waimahaihai St
In celebration of the 38th annual Maui Whale Festival and cetaceans everywhere, join the renowned Banana Slug String Band for a special performance!
This award-winning band has been playing music for kids for over 30 years. They have played in 40 states and 5 countries, for almost 2 million people. Doug Dirt, Airy Larry, Marine Mark, and Solar Steve are environmental educators, impassioned musicians, songwriters, performers, and eco-warriors!
Friday, February 16th 11:00 am-6:00 pm
Kauai Humane Society --$5.00 Feline Fridays
Kauai Humane Society 3-825 Kaumualii Hwy., Lihue (Just west of Puhi on your way to Poipu) Lihue, HI 96766 Call : (808) 632-0610
An adoption includes: The sweet cat, of course! *Vaccination *Flea treatment *De-worming
* Microchip *Collar/tag *Spay/neuter
We are always interested in growing our mobile adoption schedule. If you would like to host a mobile adoption event, please email Brandy at email@example.com
All proceeds benefit Kauai Humane Society's life saving mission. Time: check back on our website for updates. More details to come. http://kauaihumane.org/
Friday, February 16th 1:30 pm-4:30 pm
Wet Naturalist Presentations...Sea Stars and More!
Maui Ocean Center 192 Maalaea Road Wailuku, HI 96793
Learn about Hawaii’s fascinating marine invertebrates, animals without backbones, with a Wet Naturalist at the Discovery Pool. These exciting hands-on presentations include the chance to touch live sea stars, sea cucumbers, urchins and more!
At Maui Ocean Center, we provide guests an understanding & appreciation of Hawaii's marine environment. Explore us to have an unforgettable Hawaii experience.
Friday, February 16th 2:30 pm-til
Maui Whale Festival Concert Cruise featuring John Cruz
Lahaina Harbor Lahaina, Hawaii
Friday, February 16th 6:00 pm-9:00 pm
World Whale Film Festival
Ka'anapali Beach Hotel.2525 Ka'anapali Parkway, Lahaina, Maui HI 96761
The 2nd Annual World Whale Film Festival will promote visual storytellers who are passionate about whales, dolphins and our oceans. Our mission is to tell powerful stories that inspire ocean and wildlife conservation around the world.
Feature film BLUE is a documentary charting the drastic decline in the health of our oceans. With more than half of all marine life lost and the expansion of the industrialization of the seas, the film sets out the challenges we are facing and the opportunities for positive change.
This is one of the main events as part of the Maui Whale Festival and will take place on Friday, February 16 from 6-9pm at the Ka'anapali Beach Hotel. Admission is FREE of charge.
Saturday.February 17th 8:00 am to 12 noon
Keauhou Farmer's Market & Live Music
Keauhou Shopping Center, near Longs Drug. Alii Drive Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
All products are home grown in Hawaii, many are organic - fruits, vegetables, flowers, coffee, macadamia nuts, charcuterie, baked goods & more. Live music most Saturdays! Visit http://www.keauhoufarmersmarket.com/
For the past eight years, the Keauhou Farmers Market has been transforming the lives of everyday people through fresh, delicious food. It gives residents and visitors the opportunity to know exactly where their food comes from and how it was produced, things that continue to gain importance to consumers.
Saturday, February 17th 9 a.m.-10 p.m.
Chinese New Year Celebration w/ Lion & Dragon Dances
& Pet Parade
Chinatown Cultural Plaza 100 N Beretania St Ste 304, Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96817-4724 +1 808-521-4934
Vendors, food and craft booths, cultural performances, lion and dragon dances, lion-dancing on poles. At 11 a.m., L&L presents a dog costume contest; details, 951-9888 or pls visit llhawaii.com
Saturday, February 17th 9:00 am-1:00 pm
Aloha Koi Show at Waikīkī Aquarium
Waikīkī Aquarium 2777 Kalakaua Ave. Honolulu, HI
Here’s your chance to participate in judging koi (tank by tank) at the Aloha Koi Show event “You Be the Judge.” You’ll get to partake in a hands-on seminar with Japanese koi breeders Shigeru Mano and Takayoshi Omosako. They will share the secrets for judging koi and explain koi’s beautiful traits.
Saturday, February 17th 9:00 am-5:00 pm
Volcano Art Center EXHIBIT: “Tī and Seas”
by Steve Irvine
OPENING Reception 5:00 pm-7:00 pm
Volcano Art Center Gallery Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park
9-4074 Old Volcano Road Volcano, HI 96785 Phone: (808) 967-8222
Volcano Art Center announces the art exhibit Tī and Seas featuring a new collection of oil paintings by Pahoa resident Steve Irvine. The exhibition is open to the public from Saturday, February 17th through Sunday, March 25th, 9 am – 5pm daily at the Volcano Art Center Gallery in Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park. Irvine will be present at the opening reception on Saturday, February 17th from 5-7 PM sharing his inspirations and techniques.
Born in Los Angeles, California, Irvine came to Hawaiʻi to attend college. The waves weren’t so bad either! In 1983 Steve received a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies specializing in Fine Arts from the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo. Irvine has been painting and surfing ever since. No stranger to East Hawaiʻiʻs art scene, Steve’s work has appeared in the annual juried Spring and Fall Arts Exhibit at Wailoa Center and East Hawaii Cultural Center almost every year since 1986 and he has had two previous exhibits at the Volcano Art Center in 2004 and 2009. To date he has received twelve awards in recognition of his artistic merits.
“Volcano Art Center is glad to feature Steve’s work again in a solo exhibition, states Gallery Manager, Emily C. Weiss. “His work has always appealed to collectors for its distinctive high quality, use of bright primary colors and affordability. Stylistically, Irvine’s paintings blend impressionistic principles into a unique form of expressionism. While focusing on the realistic representation of Polynesian Tī plants and the ever-changing ocean, Steve’s primary focus for this exhibit is actually on the quality of light present in both subjects.”EXHIBIT: “Tī and Seas” by Steve Irvine Feb 17 @ 9:00 am – Mar 25 @ 5:00 pm http://volcanoartcenter.org/events/
Saturday, February 17th 9:00 am-12:30 pm
Stewardship at the Summit -Hawaii Nat'l Park
Kīlauea Visitor Center Hawaii National Park, Ka‘ūHI 96718 (808) 985-6000
Come help out the park and the 'aina (land) by cutting invasive himalayan ginger (Heydechium gardnerianum) on park trails. Loppers and gloves are provided. Participants are encouraged to wear long sleeve shirts, long pants and close toed shoes. Work is often in the shade of the forest with sweet sounds of native honey creepers like 'apapane, 'amakihi and 'ōma'o above to serenade as you work.
Water, snacks, rain gear and sun protection are recommended. This project is open to the public and no reservations are required. Interested people can stop by Kīlauea Visitor Center to get directions and more information. The hike is around a one mile, moderate round trip into Kīlauea caldera down the Halem'auma'u trail, leaving from Kīlauea Visitor Center. The hike involves walking over rough uneven terrain on a dirt and rock path, with up to a 400' elevation change.
Saturday, February 17th 10:00 am-4:00 pm
Hawaiian Humane Society Pet Adoptions
Hawaiian Humane Society 2700 Waialae Ave Honolulu, Hawaii 96826 (808) 356-2200
Pls adopt... All animals available for adoption include a host of benefits and services valued at more than $250. These include behavior screening, spaying or neutering, health exam, vaccinations, worming, flea and tick control, microchip identification and heartworm testing and preventative for dogs. All adoptions include a free first visit to a participating veterinarian, as well as lifetime behavior support.
Saturday, February 17th 11:00 - 6:00 pm
Super Senior Saturday! Name your Price for any Senior
Maui Humane Society, 1350 Meha Meha Loop, Puunene, HI 96784, USA (map)
PICK YOUR PRICE to adopt ANY senior pet (age 7+) every Saturday! May exclude county fees on some adoptions. View our adoptable pets here: https://goo.gl/4ZlYm The Maui Humane Society's mission is: To protect and save the lives of Maui's animals; accepting all in need, educating the community, and inspiring respect and compassion towards all animals. Visit http://www.mauihumanesociety.org/
Saturday, February 17th 12:00 am-6:00 pm
O'ahu SPCA Pet Adoptions & Joeys Felines Adoptions
Petco 1134 Kuala Street Pearl City, HI 96782 808) 456-5570
Each of us from the O’ahu SPCA would like to extend our warmest wishes to you and your families. Thanks to the support of community members like you, we launched our mission, “Every healthy, treatable animal will find a forever home.” This support was instrumental in helping us to establish the first O’ahu SPCA and the largest animal shelter in Hawai’i based on a “no-kill” philosophy.
Founded in 1997 by Tedra Villaroz, Joey’s Feline Friends is a privately owned, non-profit, no-kill shelter dedicated to the care of homeless, abused & physically challenged animals. Receiving it’s non-profit status in 1998. Joey’s operates entirely on the generosity of animal lovers like you...! ALL money goes directly to the care of the animals; which includes food, supplies, shelter maintenance, health care & medical bills. Loving adoptables https://www.facebook.com/JoeysFelineFriends/
Saturday, February 17th 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
O'ahu SPCA Dog Adoption Day
Petco- 4450 Kapolei Pkwy Kapolei, Hawaii Call (808) 674-0600
Each of us from the O’ahu SPCA would like to extend our warmest wishes to you and your families. Thanks to the support of community members like you, we launched our mission, “Every healthy, treatable animal will find a forever home.”
This support was instrumental in helping us to establish the first O’ahu SPCA and the largest animal shelter in Hawai’i based on a “no-kill” philosophy. Oahu SPCA adoptables https://www.oahuspca.org/available-pets/
Saturday, February 17th 4:00 pm-6:00 pm
Year of the Dog Parade @ the Royal Hawaiian
Royal Hawaiian Center
2201 Kalakaua Avenue Honolulu, HI 96815 (808) 922-2299
2018 is The Year of the Dog and we are celebrating this canine year with a special pet friendly event in The Royal Grove. Finalist of our #RHCLunarDog Instagram Contest will be invited to walk in our Year of the Dog Parade on Saturday, February 17th.
A panel of celebrity judges will choose the best dressed dogs in Lunar New Year theme.
Grand prize winner will receive a $200.00 Royal Hawaiian Center gift card, (2) 10-hour RHC parking validation tickets and a prize basket (prize valued at $300.00).
2nd place winner will receive a $100.00 Royal Hawaiian Center gift card, (2) 10-hour RHC parking validation tickets and prize basket (prize valued at $200.00).
Saturday, February 17th 6:00-10:00 pm
Maui Whale Festival Benefit Masquerade Gala
King Kamehameha Golf Club, 2500 Honoapiilani Hwy, Maui, HI 96793 -Waikapu Ballroom-
A masquerade gala to benefit 5 cetaceans at risk of extinction. This formal event will include a red carpet arrival, photo booth, sustainable seafood pupus, a hosted (open) bar, and special entertainment including live music by Grammy Award winning Pianist Peter Kater . One of America's BEST Reviewed Professional DJs and the official DJ of Maui Whale Festival 2018, DJ Teddy Rux will end off the night on the dancefloor.
Proceeds will benefit global efforts to save the Vaquita, Hawaiian False Killer Whale, Arabian Sea Humpback Whale, Chilean Blue Whale and Maui Dolphin.
The club's 74,000 sq.ft. clubhouse is designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and sits at 750 feet above sea level offering Haleakala, as well as bi-coastal ocean views. The Waikapu Ballroom offers expansive views of the course, with panoramic views from Maui's North Short to Ma'alaea Bay and beyond. Pacific Whale Foundation members receive a 20% discount.
A shuttle from Lahaina is available with pick up and drop off at the Cannery Mall. RSVP your seat through event registration.This is a formal event, please dress to impress. Masquerade masks are encouraged and can be purchased through event registration. http://mauiwhalefestival.org/benefit-gala
Saturday, February 17th see FB page link
Hawaii Animal Rescue Foundation Visitor Charity Walk
Hawaii Animal Rescue Foundation 1661 Kahekili Highway
Wailuku, Hawaii 96753 (808) 446-4126
It is that time of year again - 2018 Visitor Industry Charity Walk. Thanks to Facebook, fundraising is easier then ever. Our goal is to raise $35,000 and we need your help.
Here is what you do: Set up a fundraiser via our Facebook page, set a goal and share it with all your friends and family. Start now with an end date of April 15th. 100% of all funds raised will directly support the animals in our care. PLUS, they will match a percentage of what we raise, so more means more for the animals.
Together we can meet or exceed our goal. Thank you!
Month of February
Think Global and Act Local!
-Find your local Hawaiian shelter and adopt a
forever friend today. Donate, Adopt & Volunteer.-
Sunday, February 18th 8:00 am-4:00 pm
Cat Friends Sponsored Low Cost Spay & Neuter
Spay Clinic 1002 North School Street, Building J. Honolulu, Hawaii 96817
Note: Because Persian/Persian-mix cats need extra special care during surgery, we are not able to accept these cats at our clinics.Unless otherwise noted, all clinics are held at 1002 North School Street, Building J.
Please READ through this page BEFORE registering.If you have trouble registering, please call (808)226-4561 or email.
Sunday, February 18th 9:30 am - 11:30 pm
Hi'iaka & Pele Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park
Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park Kahuku unit -
Hwy 11 near mile marker 70.5 SE portion of Hawaii
Hiʻiaka & Pele. Discover two fascinating Hawaiian goddesses, sister Pele and Hiʻiaka, and the natural phenomena they represent. Visitors will experience the sisters coming alive through the epic stories depicted in the natural landscape of Kahuku on this moderate 1.0-mile walk. Enter the Kahuku unit of Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park on the mauka (inland) side of Highway 11 near mile marker 70.5, and meet near the parking area. Sturdy footwear, water, rain gear, sun protection and a snack are recommended. Free.
Sunday, February 18 11:00 am -1:00 pm
Chinese New Year Lion Dance
Hawaiʻi Kai Towne Center 333 Keahole St. Honolulu, HI 96825
Gung hei fat choy! Celebrate the Year of the Dog at Hawai‘i Kai Towne Center. The Wah Ngai Lion Dance Association will perform a traditional dance at the Waterfront stage and visit the center’s merchants. https://hawaiikaitownecenter.com/
Sunday, February 18th 11:30 am - 4:00 pm
Maui Whale Festival Ma'alaea Harbor Party
Maui Harbor Shops 300 Ma'alaea Road Maui, HI 96793
Celebrate Maui Whale Festival with a fun-filled day of live music, hula, keiki activities, face painting, marine education, food trucks and Made on Maui vendors.
This community event is FREE of charge and will be held at the Maui Harbor Shops
Live music schedule: 11:00 am DJ Teddy Rux
12:00pm Eric Gilliom 1:00pm Banana Slug String Band
2:15pm Polynesian entertainment by Manutea Nui E 3:00pm Haiku Hillbillys
Experience up close encounters with some of Hawai‘i’s marine animals at the Critter Station hosted by the Maui Ocean Center. They will also have fun giveways, keiki activities and games to play. Enjoy ono food. http://mauiwhalefestival.org/maalaea-harbor-party
Sunday, February 18th 12:00 pm-:00 pm
Hawaiian Humane Dog Adoptions & Joey's Felines
Petco 1134 Kuala Street Pearl City, HI 96782 (808) 456-5570
The Hawaiian Humane Society's mission is a joyful one full of challenges and opportunities. Since 1942, our busy shelter in the heart of Moiliili has become a community hub for animal lovers featuring programs and services focused on strengthening the human-animal bond: rescuing the abused, engaging volunteers, fighting for better laws and caring for more than 25,000 animals a year. Adopt!
Sunday, February 18th 1:00 pm-6:00 pm
Kokua Kailua Village Stroll w/ Leashed Dogs Welcome!
Kona's Historic Kailua Village ---Kokua Kailua In Historic Kailua Village
75-5718 Alii Dr Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
One Sunday each month from 1 pm to 6 pm Alii Drive in Kona's Historic Kailua Village becomes a festive, pedestrian-only outdoor "Made in Hawaii" marketplace that makes for a fun family-friendly day. Leashed dogs are welcome to stroll too!
Celebrating its 9th year, Kokua Kailua stretches out from Kailua Pier through Historic Kailua Village to Hualalai Road with a fun family day atmosphere showcasing great shopping, entertainment and delicious munchies. Highlights of Kokua Kailua include over 100 vendor booths showcasing the work of local artisans and crafters, musicians, and friendly merchants.
No better place to spend a Sunday afternoon where everyone is invited to shop, dine and buy local at the monthly Kokua Kailua Village stroll.
Sunday, February 18th 4:00 pm-6:00 pm
Shiba Inu Hawaii February 2018 Playdate
Mililani Mauka Dog Park
95-1069 Ukuwai St, Mililani Town, Hawaii 96789
As always, please don’t forget the following guidelines:
***All dogs must be vaccinated and healthy (let’s keep our friends safe and well!)***Owners must be in full control over your dogs at all times
***Clean up after your dog (Don’t forget to bring your poop bags!)
Sunday, February 18th & Ongoing
U.S. National Park Service Great Volunteer Opportunity
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
"Volunteers In Parks"
Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park
1 Crater Rim Drive Hawaii National Park, HI 96718 (808) 985-6000
There are many ways you can help care for your national parks, from one-time to reoccurring volunteer opportunities for youth, families, groups and individuals.
To learn more and to get started use the search box below to find a park near you or visit Volunteer.gov Volunteer.gov provides you with all that you need to find a volunteer opportunity. The portal is a free, fast efficient way to connect volunteers with natural and cultural resources agencies. Visit http://www.nps.gov/havo/contacts.htm
Hawaii's Dog Friendly Beaches
Hawaiian Humane Society2700 Waialae Avenue Honolulu, Hawaii 96826
Phone: (808) 356-2200
Hawaiian Humane Society compiled a list of dog-friendly beaches. Learn more about how the designation was determined. For a list of dog-friendly parks, click here.
In order for the community to continue to support sharing the shoreline with dogs, great care must be taken to ensure responsibility and respect for all beach goers. Owners are responsible for their dog’s actions. The law requires that all dogs wear their county-issued license tag as identification and that pet waste must be disposed of. Violations can results in citations and fines issued by the police.
Check out this extensive list of dog friendly beaches:
February and Ongoing
The Queen's Medical Center Pet Therapy
Queen's Pet Therapy 1301 Punchbowl St. Honolulu, HI 96813
Volunteer Opportunity Details: If you and your pet are interested in volunteering some of your time, The Queen's Medical Center Pet Therapy Program may be for you. The benefits of Pet Therapy in a clinical setting have been widely documented.
It is for that reason The Queen's Medical Center and the Hawaiian Humane Society are working together to ensure our Pet Therapy volunteers learn the skills that are needed to safely visit with an animal at The Medical Center>Learn all about this at http://search.volunteerhawaii.org/org/opp/10498231135.html
Hawaiian Humane Society Emergency Pet
Hawaiian Humane Society Classroom 2700 Waialae Ave Honolulu, HI 96826
There are 30 pet-friendly shelters on Oahu designed to keep families with pets together during a disaster. These shelters are operated by our staff and dedicated volunteers.
Ongoing ......Traveling with Pets to Hawaii
Airline Travel Info for You and Your Pets!
Did you know it so easy to adopt a pet and bring back to mainland USA?!
February and Ongoing
Traveling with Your Guide Dog to Hawaii
The Honolulu International Airport on the island of Oahu is the only authorized port of entry for all guide dogs entering Hawaii. If you are planning to enter the state on one of our neighbor islands, you will require a valid inspection permit issued by DOA, in addition to meeting the quarantine exemption requirements.
For questions, you can call (808) 483-7151 or (808) 837-8092 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to assist you with preparations.
How to Take Your Dog to Hawaii
Sunday, February 18th 5:00 pm-6:00 pm
A Prayer for the Animals
~An Official Hawaii Week for the Animals event~
Join others who would like to observe a moment of prayer for the precious animals. We are requesting prayers or meditation or to light a candle from 5-6 pm Hawaii time on Sunday. This is a multi-faith observance.
Wherever you are, if you can observe a moment for the animals who need us...that collective energy will surely grow and bring light to our cause to love, assist and help them from any and all suffering.
For inspiration, please visit -
Click on the Swimming Dolphins to hear " One Love."
Please contact us to become involved! See contact us page.