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Kapolei Pet Hospital

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Kapolei Pet Hospital

889 Kamokila Blvd Ste 203
Kapolei, HI 96707
(808) 462-8040
Kapolei Pet Hospital, Veterinarians, Health and Beauty, Kapolei, Hawaii

Kapolei Pet Hospital serves the west side of Oahu with routine veterinary care, dental treatment, and many other important services. The premier pet clinic is led by Dr. Yoko Haneda, a University of Illinois graduate with a specialization in veterinary dental care. With her passion for preventative care and client education, Dr. Haneda strives to give all pets the best start on living a happy and healthy life.

Originally from Tokyo, she happily accommodates Japanese-speaking clients:

  • More Than Your Average Pet Clinic: In addition to compulsory services, such as spaying and neutering, pet vaccinations, and wellness checks, Kapolei Pet Clinic offers a lot more than other pet clinics, including eye exams, pet dental care, and even stem cell therapy. They also offer in-house blood testing, diagnostics, radiography, and general surgery, allowing them to save time, not having to outsource. Whether you’ve brought home a new puppy or kitten or have a pet with health issues, Kapolei Pet Hospital is fully equipped for above-average pet care.
  • Veterinary Stem Cell Therapy: One of the few pet clinics on Oahu to partner with MediVet-America, Kapolei Pet Hospital is proud to participate in leading-edge stem cell therapy. This revolutionary therapy has been proven to treat many common problems, including arthritis, hip dysplasia, and degenerative joint disease, and there is promising research on its effectiveness in treating other conditions, such as allergies and skin problems.
  • Affordable Pet Care for All: Quality veterinary care is absolutely essential for a pet’s well-being, so Kapolei Pet Hospital strives to keep their services affordable for all patient families. They’ve also gone above and beyond in the west Oahu community to help: In recent years, Kapolei Pet Hospital has been involved with several spay and neuter programs, helping many local pet owners afford this vital surgery.

Kapolei Pet Hospital warmly welcomes all new patients. To schedule an appointment, call (808) 462-8040, email Kapoleipethospital@gmail.com, or visit the website for information in both English and Japanese.

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