Wahiawa, Hawaii

Wahiawa Pet Hospital LLC

Your Neighborhood Vet

Wahiawa Pet Hospital LLC

319 N Cane St, Ste B
Wahiawa, HI 96786
(808) 621-7000
Wahiawa Pet Hospital LLC, Pet Care, Services, Wahiawa, Hawaii

If you’re looking for a veterinarian who makes caring for your pet their top priority, Hawaii’s Wahiawa Pet Hospital is the place to go. Offering cutting-edge treatments in modern facilities, these veterinarians provide a diversity of services for cats, dogs, and select small animals. With a focus on preventative care, these veterinary professionals aim to build life-long relationships with their four-legged patients and the owners who care for them.

Wahiawa Pet Hospital’s diverse service offering includes general pet exams and vaccinations, dental care, and neutering and spaying. The surgical procedures they perform range from soft-tissue operations to orthopedic surgeries. In addition to these services, this pet hospital also offers boarding opportunities for healthy dogs and cats, providing your furry friend with a comfortable and secure home away from home.

Whatever procedure you turn to Wahiawa Pet Hospital for, your pet will receive personalized care in a welcoming environment that will put them and you at ease. The veterinary hospital staff will take the time to discuss any potential procedures with you in detail and keep you informed throughout the treatment processes. Every animal is treated like the unique and special individual it is—not like a nameless medical file.

The veterinarians at Wahiawa Pet Hospital take pride in their work: Helping Hawaii’s pet owners raise happy and healthy pets is their life’s passion. From the veterinarians to the support staff, these professionals are true animal lovers and treat every creature that comes through their door as if it were their own. Call the veterinary hospital at (808) 621-7000 to schedule an appointment, or visit them online.

Announcements & Events from Wahiawa Pet Hospital LLC
4 Signs Your Cat Is in Pain, Wahiawa, Hawaii
Since you can’t ask your cat when they’re feeling unwell, you need to observe their behavior to figure out their condition. Cats also tend to hide their discomfort. Review some ...read more
4 Pet Safety Tips for New Year's Eve, Wahiawa, Hawaii
New Year's Eve brings plenty of revelry and celebration. But for pets, this often means an abundance of noise, new people in the home, and other factors that can make them feel ...read more
The Do's & Don’ts for Pet & Christmas Tree Safety, Wahiawa, Hawaii
Setting up a Christmas tree in a household with curious pets presents a unique dilemma. While you want to stay true to your traditions and create a festive ambiance, trees and their ...read more
How to Prepare Your Dog for Holiday Guests, Wahiawa, Hawaii
The holidays are fast approaching, which means you’re likely preparing to host friends and family members. If you have a dog, veterinarians recommend also preparing them for an incre...read more
What to Know Before Giving Your Pets Thanksgiving Scraps, Wahiawa, Hawaii
Thanksgiving is a time for breaking bread with those you love, including all your furry friends. But before you give them a bite of mashed potatoes or turkey, make sur...read more
Gum disease, tooth decay, bad breath, and other oral health issues aren’t exclusive to humans. Dogs and cats are just as likely to develop them, so use these pet dentistry ...read more
When dressing up your dog for Halloween, keep in mind that you’re not dealing with a child or a doll. Putting the wrong type of costume on your furry friend can lead to frustration, ...read more
Moving can be an exciting time for the entire family, but for pets who don’t understand what’s going on, the experience can be more stress-inducing than anything. Although you may en...read more
Osteoarthritis is a common health issue among older dogs and large breeds such as German Shepherds and Golden Retrievers that causes progressive bone cartilage deterioratio...read more
Devoted pet owners give their four-legged friends plenty of love and attention, so many pets are used to being the spoiled ones in the household. When a baby arrives, it's not uncomm...read more
If you have a female dog, you’ve likely heard of spaying. You may wonder what the procedure entails and whether it’s right for your furry friend. Spaying is a maj...read more
The locally owned Wahiawa Pet Hospital, Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital, and Makai Pet Hospital are now known as Pet Hospitals of Hawaii. Together, they provide an integrated,...read more
When your pet has surgery, it’s up to you to take care of them and help them recover. Your veterinarian will give you specific details on what to do after pet surgery, but here ...read more
Summer weather is perfect for spending time outside with your pet, though you also need to ensure they stay hydrated. Dehydration at its worst can require an emergency trip...read more
Like humans, cats go through significant changes as they age. During this transition, pay attention to your feline companion’s behaviors to determine their needs. Your veterinarian&n...read more
Dogs are at a risk of heatstroke during the hot summer months. If you suspect it for your dog, going to a pet hospital to see a veterinarian isn't always necessary, but it is importa...read more
In Hawaii, cats and dogs are vulnerable to fleas and ticks 12 months out of the year. Since people tend to take their furry friends hiking and camping more often during the summer mo...read more
This May 11th is National Animal Disaster Preparedness Day, and veterinarians want pet owners to be informed and ready for anything. You should always have an emergency plan for...read more
Your veterinarian provides vital services to your pet, from general checkups to preventative treatments. On April 28, you can show your appreciation to these passionate professionals...read more
Veterinarians estimate that some 10 million pets are lost each year in the United States alone, which underscores how important it is to have proper identification for your dog ...read more
Heartworm is a progressive and potentially fatal disease that affects dogs and cats. While it’s relatively easy to prevent with a veterinarian’s help, you need to be armed with ...read more
Puppies bring joy and companionship to any home, so they deserve some recognition. This National Puppy Day, March 23, get informed on how to properly care for your pup with thes...read more
Cats need healthy claws to stretch, exercise, balance, and scratch themselves. Some may happily sit in your lap when it’s time for claw care, but others may be resistant. If your fel...read more
February is National Pet Dental Health Month to raise awareness about the importance of checking in on your animal’s teeth. Just like you, animals need an oral hygiene routine t...read more
This Valentine’s Day, veterinarians recommend you take the time to show your furry friend your appreciation. Pets are always there for you, so they deserve some extra love. Plus...read more
Dog owners looking for ways to maximize both fun and fitness have the perfect excuse to extend outdoor time this January, which is Walk Your Pet Month! If you’ve recently adopte...read more
As a dog owner, your priority is keeping your furry friend healthy and safe so they live a long, enjoyable life. While it may be second nature to brush their teeth and schedule ...read more
While New Year’s Eve might be your favorite night to let loose and celebrate, your furry friend might not share in your happiness. In fact, some cats and dogs feel anxious when they ...read more
Hello,  We recently sent an email with a survey asking for your opinion about the ability to schedule appointments online. If you’ve completed it, thank you for your help. If y...read more
Some pet owners love their cats and dogs so much they want to welcome a new generation of loving companions. Occasionally, accidents also happen, and your cat or dog could end up pre...read more
In observance of THANKSGIVING Our hospital will be closed  Thursday, November 22, 2018 **** If your pet needs emergency medical attention please call Waipahu-Waikele Pe...read more
While diabetes is typically thought to be a chronic disease impacting humans, cats and dogs can also develop this condition. As a result of this disease, blood sugar levels can skyro...read more
With the holidays just around the corner, you may be wondering if you can include your dog in any of the feasts to come. The answer depends on a number of factors, from your pet’s di...read more
Along with tropical weather and gorgeous beaches, Hawaii is known for its unique biodiversity. Unfortunately, thousands of endemic species are at risk because of human encroachment o...read more
Cats meow for one reason only: to communicate with humans. They never meow at each other, and some make the familiar sound a little too much. If your cat is meowing excessively, the ...read more
Halloween is the perfect holiday for any person with a sweet tooth, whatever their age. But there is one individual in your home who should be kept away from chocolate at all costs: ...read more
People often take their cats and dogs to the veterinarian once a year for a checkup and shots. However, regularly tending to pet dentistry needs is another important part o...read more
Visiting a trusted veterinarian is an essential part of pet care. However, many dogs and cats experience anxiety when undergoing an exam, which can make the process a challenge for a...read more
From 8/27/18 through 9/30/18 –  New clients will receive one free physical exam . ** Must mention coupon to receive discount. This special cannot be combined with any other di...read more
In observance of the LABOR DAY holiday our practice will be closed on Monday, 9/3/2018.  Normal business hours will resume on Tuesday, 9/4/2018. If your pet needs emergency ...read more
Our hospital will be closing at 4:00 pm today, August 24th, due to weather conditions. Please stay tuned for updates on our hours of operations for tomorrow, August 25th. Our sist...read more
With hurricane lane approaching island, our hospital will be closed at 4:00 pm today, August 23, 2018. We will give updates for our hospital schedule for the weekend. As your veter...read more
When planning your vacation, you have several decisions to make, from where you want to go to what to do with your companion animals. Pet boarding is an excellent option for sho...read more
In observance of the 4th of July holiday our hospital will be closed on Wednesday, July 4, 2018. Normal business hours will resume on Thursday, July 5, 2018. If your pet need...read more
As people become more environmentally conscious, they are pushing for legislative changes to safeguard the earth. To do their part in protecting the planet, the veterinarians of...read more
Much like their human companions, dogs and cats can suffer from allergies. Identifying symptoms will let you know when to seek treatment from a trusted veterinarian, who can off...read more
Fireworks, with their booming noise and flashing lights, are a perfect recipe for anxiety in your cat or dog. Even if your pet isn’t normally anxious, fireworks are startling enough ...read more
Proper grooming plays an essential role in your pet’s wellness, which includes cleaning their ears. This can be a difficult area to care for because of sensitivity, but learning...read more
Since pets can’t tell you about their condition directly, their symptoms of pain may be difficult to identify. The staff at Wahiawa Pet Hospital in Hawaii advise that ...read more
Wahiawa Pet Hospital will be closed on Monday, May 28, 2018 in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. If your pet needs emergency medical attention, please call Waipahu Waikele Pet...read more
Exciting news! You can now text us on the same number you already use to call. (808)621-7000 We are always looking for ways to improve our way of communicating with our clients an...read more
If your pet suddenly starts scooting its rear end across the floor or ground, it’s not just a quirk. Dogs and cats exhibit this behavior because of pain or irritation in the area. He...read more
Some worry about the potential complications and costs that come with spaying and neutering their pets, but these procedures are far too beneficial to be considered risky. ...read more
Diarrhea in dogs is, unfortunately, a common problem for pet owners. Thankfully, it usually isn’t serious and can be treated right at home. More severe cases, however, will warrant a...read more
When pets get sick, owners might be tempted to search for answers online and take care of the ailment themselves. This could end up making your pet worse. Rather than cutting co...read more
Adults aren’t the only ones coughing, sneezing, and enduring fevers and chills this time of the year. The canine influenza virus has pervaded dozens of states, spanning from Cal...read more
Vomiting isn’t uncommon in dogs, but it can be scary the first time you see it. There can be many causes, most of which aren’t serious, but it’s important to understand what they are...read more
You are probably used to your dog having a wet nose, and seeing their nose look cracked or dry can be concerning. A dry nose doesn’t usually indicate serious illness, but it can be a...read more
Pet owners tend not to worry about what their cats are eating compared to their dogs, but you need to be just as vigilant with your feline friend. Many foods meant for people can be ...read more
Did you know February is Pet Dentistry Month? The American Veterinary Medical Association sponsors this important cause to raise awareness for the significance of oral care for our f...read more
When you adopt a kitten, there are many exciting milestones you can expect during their first year. You should be aware of these to ensure they are developing as expected, and t...read more
The majority of dogs and cats in America are obese, and this fact shouldn’t be taken lightly. Obesity can lead to certain perilous ailments for cats and dogs, including hig...read more
Hello 2018! In celebration of New Year’s Day, we will be closed on Monday, January 1st and we will re-open on Tuesday, January 2nd for our normal business hours. If your pet needs ...read more
Like humans, cats are vulnerable to a number of illnesses, and parasites like roundworms are some of the most troublesome. There are two varieties of roundworms which affect felines,...read more
Celebrating with fireworks is great fun for people but can frighten pets. If you feel your pet may need something to help ease the stress of the festivities, please give us a call. P...read more
We will be closed on Monday, December 25th for the Christmas holiday. Normal hours will resume on Tuesday, December 26th. We wish all of you a very Merry Christmas. May you get to e...read more
New Year’s Eve is just around the corner, which means so are the celebratory fireworks. For pet owners with anxious cats or dogs, this is a cause for concern and stress. You mig...read more
The holiday season brings joy, not only to you and your family but also to your pets. However, preparing for the celebrations can have potential hazards for your dogs. From food ingr...read more
Every year, shelters and veterinarians across the nation are flooded with unwanted pets during the holiday season. In many cases, someone well-meaning gave a cat or dog as a gif...read more
Our Wahiawa Pet Hospital ohana will be celebrating the holiday season this Saturday, December 2, 2017. In celebration we will be closing at 2:00 pm instead of 3:00 pm. Normal busine...read more
The Wahiawa Christmas Parade is scheduled for 12/1/2017 from 6:00 pm through 9:00 pm. We will have adjusted hours to accommodate for this festive event.  Our hospital will o...read more
Pets are an integral part of your family, and, in a natural disaster, they are vulnerable. When developing an emergency plan for your family, make sure you add a section detailing ho...read more
In observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday, our hospital will be closed on Thursday, November 23rd.  We will re-open for regular business hours on Friday, November 24th.  ...read more
The holidays can be just as hectic for your pets as it is for any member of your family. According to Wahiawa Pet Hospital, a trusted veterinarian on Oahu, HI, the hustle and bu...read more
We will be closed on the following days Thanksgiving Day 11/23/17 Christmas Eve 12/24/17 Christmas Day 12/25/17 New Year’s Eve 12/31/17 New Year’s Day 1/1/18 The whole staff at...read more
Thanks to the advancements in veterinary medicine, today’s pets can have longer life spans than what may have been expected in the past. But, while cats and dogs are living longer, W...read more
Humans aren’t the only mammals who suffer from diabetes in staggering numbers. Nearly one in every 230 cats and one in 308 dogs suffer from the disease, and these figures appear to b...read more
While black cats and hounds are quintessential symbols of Halloween, it’s important you look out for them during the holiday. The staff at Wahiawa Pet Hospital on Oahu, HI, advi...read more
Did you know October 16–22 is National Veterinary Technician Week? Wahiawa Pet Hospital on Oahu, HI, deeply appreciates the role these professionals play in a veterinarian’...read more
Cats tend to be much more self-sufficient than dogs; however, adding one to your household is still a big decision that will ultimately affect everyone in your home. If you are consi...read more
People always say raising a dog comes with a lot of responsibility. As a first-time dog owner, you may find the process overwhelming, so it is important to gather some information be...read more
In observance of the Labor Day holiday our hospital will be closed on Monday, 9/4/17. We will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, 9/5/17.   If your pet needs emergen...read more
Our staff will be at a conference for continuing education on Tuesday, 8/22/2017 and our hospital will be closed at 5:00 pm.  We will resume normal business hours on Wednesday,...read more
If you plan to add a furry friend to your household, the new animal requires just as much love and care as human family members. It’s easy for first-time pet owners to make a few mis...read more
$199 Dental Special ** August through September 2017 A few benefits of having routine dental cleanings for your pets include: • Reduces plaque and tartar • Decreases oral infe...read more
Taking your dog to a veterinary hospital for annual exams and vaccines is an important part of responsible pet ownership. But what about their dental health? Without proper care, dog...read more
Now that summer is finally here, your pet will be spending a significant amount of time outdoors. To keep them happy and healthy all season long, the veterinarians at Wahiawa Pet Hos...read more
While it can be tempting to reward your pet with a treat from the dinner table, you may be doing more harm than good. Dogs and cats have specialized digestive systems, and certain fo...read more
In observance of the Memorial Day Holiday, we will be closed on Monday, May 29th. We will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, May 30th. If your pet needs emergency medical at...read more
As a dog or cat owner, your pet is a part of the family; like all family members, you want the best for their health and wellness. One way to ensure that your dog or cat gets the car...read more
Keeping your beloved pet healthy sometimes means obtaining a prescription, whether for internal parasites, inflammation, anxiety, pain, diabetes, or anything else affecting your four...read more
It’s WORLD VETERINARY DAY! It is a day dedicated to all the wonderful work that our veterinarians do for our beloved furry family members. We especially want to thank and send our lo...read more
Whenever they go outdoors, dogs are at risk of contracting leptospirosis, a potentially deadly disease that comes from a bacteria commonly spread by rodents. But what exactly is lept...read more
20% OFF Heartworm Tests  This deal cannot be combined with any other discounts. Must present coupon to receive discount. A physical exam is required for this appointment. &...read more
Taking your dog or cat in for pet boarding for the first time can be a stressful experience for both you and your furry friend. For pet lovers, it's on par with sending a child off t...read more
“Marty” came by to visit us today to get his microchip.  We encounter so many instances of lost pets getting reunited with their family because they were microchipped. We, at W...read more
Your cat is more than just a pet—they’re a member of the family. To keep them as healthy and happy as possible, the experts at Wahiawa Pet Hospital encourage you to stay on top of al...read more
Pets bring tremendous joy into our lives, so it’s only fair that we take significant steps to provide them with proper veterinary care. For busy pet owners, it can sometimes be diffi...read more
When you love your pets, you always want to make sure that they get the best care, which is why you should consider pet dentistry. The Wahiawa Pet Hospital in Hawaii suggests th...read more
Pet owners have a responsibility to provide the best care possible for their animals. Unless you are a professional breeder, that typically means spaying or neutering your dogs and c...read more
Dogs aren’t just pets to most people. They’re also family, and they should be treated as such. At least, that’s how the friendly and caring team at Wahiawa Pet Hospital on Oahu, HI, ...read more