Waipahu, Hawaii

Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital

Welcome to our state of the art hospital in Waipahu, Hawaii!

Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital

94-485 Koaki St
Waipahu, HI 96797
(808) 671-7387
Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital, Veterinarians, Health and Beauty, Waipahu, Hawaii

Big, small, feathered, or furry, at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital your pet is treated as the beloved member of your family that he or she is. Since opening in 1972, the veterinary hospital has served the Waipahu and surrounding areas with the absolute finest in pet care. Experienced pet physicians and animal lovers alike, the diverse staff of Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital works diligently to make sure your pets are loved, cared for, and nursed back to health in no time.

As animal lovers, professionals, and companions themselves, the veterinarians take animal health seriously. They’re proud to provide a wide range of exceptional services for all pets.

The list of services the hospital offers you and your furry friends includes: dentistry, dermatology, x-rays, surgery, reproductive assistance, housebreaking, and acupuncture. 24/7 boarding and supervision is available when necessary, and the practice is equipped to handle all manner of exotic pets. Whether your pet needs a check-up, has a genuine health concern, or you’d just like some peace of mind, visit the pet hospital for every pet-related issue!

To better serve you and all members of your family, Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital is open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., seven days a week. Emergency services can be reached from 8:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. every evening.

To schedule an appointment at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital, contact the veterinarians today! Call (808) 671-7387, or visit the website to learn more.

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The Do's & Don'ts of Feeding a Dog Human Food, Ewa, Hawaii
Many kinds of human food are safe and nutritious supplements to your dog’s diet, although others may pose health hazards that require a trip to a veterinary hospital. Here ...read more
3 Ways to Calm Your Pet on New Year's Eve, Ewa, Hawaii
New Year's Eve can be a frightening time for a pet. There are all sorts of new experiences that can rattle their nerves, from partiers talking loudly to music blaring and fireworks g...read more
5 Ways to Deter Cats From Playing With Christmas Trees, Ewa, Hawaii
When decorating a Christmas tree, keep in mind that it can introduce hazards to pet health. Curious cats can also become destructive, knocking off ornaments or toppling the entire tr...read more
The Do's & Don’ts of Holiday Decorating With Pets, Ewa, Hawaii
Reducing hazards to pet health is important year-round, but holidays change your routine in ways that call for extra attention to animal safety. Many of the risks to dogs and ca...read more
Is It Okay to Feed Dogs Holiday Table Scraps?, Ewa, Hawaii
With the holidays come a bounty of delicious foods, and it’s only natural to want to share them with your dog. The problem is that many favorite holiday foods contain ingredients tha...read more
Before you adopt a dog or cat, it’s important to ensure your child is ready. You want to be confident you’re creating a safe environment for everyone involved, so consult the followi...read more
Dressing pets up for Halloween is a fun way to get them involved in the festivities, but not all dogs like the attention. Think about pet health and comfort before you go shopping fo...read more
Puppies may be cute and full of energy, but older dogs possess a gentility, spirit, and wisdom that is uniquely their own. To make your old dog’s life easier, fuller, and health...read more
If your dog is expecting a litter of puppies, you may feel excited and anxious. You’re thrilled that your best friend is bringing new life into the world while nervous abou...read more
Many people who enjoy swimming love to bring their dogs along for the fun. While it’s generally believed that all dogs are natural swimmers, this isn’t always the case. That’s why ve...read more
Leaving your cat home alone while you’re on vacation can lead to mishaps. It’s much safer to opt for pet boarding. However, you’ll need to prepare your cat for the change, so use the...read more
Trimming a cat’s claws is an essential aspect of animal care. When nails are trimmed, they’re less likely to cause scratches, which can benefit owners and their furniture. Regular tr...read more
Plants can brighten up the home and add life to any space. Unfortunately, some can be toxic to your pets, like Hawaiian ti. If your dog ingests a significant amount of it, ...read more
Since 1972, Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital has served locals on Oahu with top-quality animal care. Over the years, their service area has grown to include two additional loca...read more
June 2 through June 8 is Pet Appreciation Week, and it's the perfect time to honor all the companion animals who provide so much unconditional love, support, and compassion to p...read more
Like people, dogs and cats are susceptible to asthma and allergies too, but because their symptoms can be subtle, they don’t always get the care they need. Since May is Nat...read more
May 11 is National Animal Disaster Preparedness Day, which is the perfect time to remind pet owners of the importance of including their companion animals in their plans. V...read more
Prepare your pet for summer and stock up on pet flea and tick protection at  Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital in Waipahu, HI. From May 1 to May 31, 2019, Waipahu...read more
Heartworm disease is a dangerous infection that affects both cats and dogs. April is National Heartworm Awareness Month, so pet health experts everywhere advise owners to learn more ...read more
Get ready for summer and stock up on pet food and treats by visiting the veterinarians at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital in Waipahu, HI. As a pet owner, it only makes sense that you wa...read more
No one wants to imagine their pet getting hurt, but you should still be prepared for pet health emergencies. Learn when to bring your pet to the emergency vet as well as wh...read more
March 17 to March 23, 2019, marks National Poison Prevention Week, and it's the perfect opportunity to remind pet owners of the dangers toxic substances pose to household animal...read more
While pet owners know a good diet, regular exercise, and keeping up with exams and vaccines are essential for their animals’ wellness, one major component of health often goes overlo...read more
Your pets are undoubtedly lucky to have you, but have you considered how lucky you are to have them? Researchers have found that having furry friends around can improve the...read more
During the rainy season in Hawaii, you’ll need to adjust your pet care regimen accordingly. Some wildlife that comes out in wet conditions like the Bufo toad can pose a serious risk ...read more
This January, veterinarians and pet advocates across the country will celebrate National Walk Your Dog Month, an awareness event dedicated to highlighting the benefits of regular exe...read more
Whether you want to take a cute picture or include your pet in social activities, dressing your cat or dog up in a costume can be a lot of fun. But since animals can’t communicate li...read more
You know the holiday season has arrived once you’ve begun decking the halls and setting up a Christmas tree in your home. However, while these trees add a festive flavor to the seaso...read more
Hematomas are a common pet health problem for dogs that occur when blood vessels break and form blood-filled blisters beneath the skin. Surface blisters typically cause redness, swel...read more
Holiday flowers are popular items to adorn the home with, but if you have pets, they can pose a serious health hazard that will require emergency care from a veterinarian. Thank...read more
Thanksgiving is just around the corner. While gathering with family and friends, you’re likely to have a few furry friends around as well. Though it may be tempting to share the...read more
Black cats are such an iconic part of Halloween that it’s hard to imagine the holiday without them. From spooky décor to scary movies, they have been misconstrued as bearers of bad l...read more
October 10th is National Pet Obesity Awareness Day. This is a critical pet health epidemic today, where approximately 56% of dogs and 60% of cats are classified as clinically overwei...read more
Hurricane season poses a risk to residents of Hawaii from mid-summer to the end of the year. Along with preparing emergency supplies for you and your loved ones, veterinarians a...read more
It’s common knowledge that dogs have an enhanced sense of smell, with some breeds exceeding that of many animals. However, do you truly know how amazing it is? Pet medicine is contin...read more
If you are moving to Hawaii from a place that has much colder weather, the climate change can affect your dog. Your furry family member will not be used to such hot temperatures and ...read more
In July of 2018, the city and county council of Honolulu, HI, passed a bill banning the use of plastic checkout bags and non-recyclable paper bags for businesses. Area residents may ...read more
When you’re planning an international trip, there is a lot to consider, especially if you’re bringing a pet. The veterinarians at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital in Waipahu, HI, are fam...read more
Acupuncture has long been used on humans to treat everything from migraines to nausea. Now, it’s not just people but also their pups that can benefit from this traditional medicine. ...read more
Exotic birds and other unique pets are unique alternatives to traditional ones, and while they’re colorful and interesting, they have special veterinary needs. It’s important to regu...read more
If you’re preparing to move with a pet to Hawaii, there are more steps involved than simply buying the plane tickets. All animals that enter Hawaii must meet the state requirements f...read more
Vomiting is fairly normal in cats and usually not a cause for concern. However, increased frequency and unexplained symptoms can point to an underlying problem. The pet health care s...read more
You’re not the only one who likes to spend your summer soaking up some sun at the beach. If you’re a dog owner, chances are your four-legged friend loves to run in the sand and splas...read more
Hiking with your dog is a great way to bond, exercise, and get some much-needed fresh air. Before you take your dog on the trail, however, you should be certain they’re properly prep...read more
After a long winter cooped up indoors, dogs are as eager as their human companions to spend more time outside once warm weather arrives. The addition of a fur coat could cause your c...read more
Bringing home a new dog is a thrilling prospect, but if you already have a dog, you’ll have to plan their meeting carefully. Dogs are naturally protective of their homes and may see ...read more
Just like humans, many dogs experience high levels of anxiety. While it is a natural biological mechanism, when it impacts the quality of an animal’s day-to-day life, it’s time to ma...read more
Over the course of pet ownership, you’ve probably noticed your dog exhibiting some odd, but common, behaviors. Not all of them are considered bad, but depending on the context, these...read more
Many pet owners forgo annual exams based on the belief that they’re unnecessary. After all, why waste the time and money if your pet is not currently experiencing an issue. However, ...read more
Cats are one of the most compassionate and interesting pets, but their emotions and needs aren’t always easy to discern. It’s important to understand your cat’s behavior, and the sta...read more
The beginning of a new year is the perfect time to set goals – not only for yourself but your pets as well! If you’re looking for ways to get Fido in on the festivities, the followin...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...read more
It may not snow on Oahu, but that doesn’t stop local residents from getting into the holiday spirit and fill their homes and businesses with festive cheer. Of course, those who have ...read more
When you bring home a furry family member, pet health becomes an important part of your life.Unfortunately, conditions such as pet diabetes affect many dogs and cats a...read more
Your pet is part of the family, so when the holiday festivities arrive, it’s only natural that you want your furry friend to be a part of them. But, before sliding a sliver of turkey...read more
October is National Animal Safety and Prevention Month. All month long, veterinarians, pet-owners, and members of the ASPCA work to promote awareness about common dangers for pets an...read more
Most owners take pet health seriously, and any disruption to their animal’s normal life is cause for concern. One particularly unpleasant problem is anal gland issues. Whil...read more
Most dogs are constantly hungry and unbelievably curious. This combination can lead to some serious bowel issues, including diarrhea. For pet owners, discovering your four-legged fri...read more
Every Halloween, monsters, vampires, and ghouls can inspire terror in children and adults alike. While the neighborhood creepy clown may give you a fright, though, there are genuine ...read more
Has your cat been exhibiting some abnormal behavior recently? For example, urinating outside of the litter box, acting restless, hiding or crying for seemingly no reason? These could...read more
Veterinarians overwhelmingly agree vaccinating dogs is the best way to keep them safe against serious illnesses, like Lyme disease, rabies, and canine parvovirus. Yet, at certain sta...read more
Hurricanes not only expose people to numerous life-threatening hazards, but they also put all types of pets at risk. The best thing you can do to minimize the danger is to be prepare...read more
When a dog or cat is scheduled to have surgery at their veterinary hospital, pet parents understandably want to do everything they can to keep their furry friend comfortable after th...read more
Walking your dog is a daily activity, so it’s important to understand the proper etiquette rules you should be following on every walk. While Fido may want to sniff everything and ev...read more
Your dog requires regular grooming from head to toe—and that includes their ears. The twisty auditory canal is a prime spot for dirt, bacteria, and even parasites to set up camp. Som...read more
It’s in the nature of every dog to dig holes in the yard, chew things, and defend their territory, but when these destructive tendencies result in destroyed possessions, ruined lands...read more
Having a dog is a rewarding experience, but it requires pet owners to take great care and take on the responsibility that comes with pet health. When your dog gets pregnant, it’s cru...read more
Proper animal care should always include eye care, especially for dogs. This includes cleaning your dog’s eyes regularly and inspecting them, which will alert you to vision decreases...read more
As a pet owner, it’s your job to provide your furry and feathered pals with fun activities and games. One way to entertain felines is to give them catnip, a green plant that makes ma...read more
You want to make sure you’re doing everything you can to keep your dog both happy and healthy. While vitamins and supplements are often great for people, it may not always be the cas...read more
Millions of dogs and cats wind up in shelters around the country every year, but only a fraction of them ever make it back home. Many pet owners are choosing to microchip their pets ...read more
The weather in Hawaii may be beautiful all year long, but there is definitely an increase in temperature during the summer months. If you notice your dogs don’t want to run around as...read more
If travel plans require making arrangements for your pet’s care, there are several things to consider when deciding between pet boarding and hiring a pet sitter to come to your home....read more
The decision to switch from “regular” to elevated pet feeders helps both your four-legged family member and your household. These special feeders feature stands that keep pet food an...read more
As a pet owner, you’ll do whatever you need to ensure your companion is happy and healthy. In the event of an emergency, that means heading straight to the veterinaria...read more
There’s no debate about it: our precious cats don’t like to travel to their veterinarian appointments. The unfamiliar, loud, and jarring trip is loathed by felines of every shap...read more
No matter how closely some of us keep an eye on pet health, it's easy to overlook the potentially serious issues behind poor oral hygiene in our furry friends. The American Veterinar...read more
Like any other member of your family, pets demand attention and care to stay healthy. One significant pet health issue to watch out for is the ingestion and resulting ill effects of ...read more
A trip to the veterinarian to spay or neuter your pet is extremely important. Doing it at the wrong time could not only keep your pet from enjoying the medical benefits but even cont...read more
As independent as cats may seem, it takes the loving care of an owner and the knowledge of a reputable veterinarian to keep them in the best possible shape. It's not just about ...read more
Is your New Year’s resolution to exercise more? Take your best furry friend on a walk during National Walk Your Pet Month and get a jumpstart on a healthful 2017.  Exercise is j...read more
Your pet deserves the very best care. During the holiday season, pet health takes on an even greater importance because several risk factors may present themselves to your furry frie...read more
When it comes to animal care, oral hygiene is often overlooked. However, it’s a crucial aspect of your pet’s overall well-being. Poor oral hygiene may lead to gum disease a...read more
If you’re going on a trip, leaving your dog to stay with a trusted local veterinarian offers you peace of mind, knowing they’re in good hands while you’re on vacation. When your vete...read more
With November ushering in National Pet Diabetes Month, there’s no better time to educate yourself about this disorder. This year, the veterinarians at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital in...read more
Hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year? Whether you’re cooking a small dinner or a family feast, make sure to keep your dogs and cats out of the dining room this holiday season. The v...read more
On a warm, sunny day, there’s no better place for an outing with your furry friend than the beach. But before you hit the sand, Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital has some important tips o...read more
Taking your dog for a walk is as essential as giving him meals and taking him to the pet doctor. While some facilities offer pet services that may include this activity, it is also i...read more
Falling on Oct. 29, National Cat Day gives cat lovers across the country the chance to celebrate their love of kitties. Not sure how to commemorate this fantastic feline holiday? The...read more
The wisdom of alternative medicine has been gaining wider recognition for years. However, when it comes to pet health, the value of acupuncture, stem cell treatments, and laser ...read more
Your pets are part of your family, which is why being proactive about their health is so important. Everyone knows to go to the pet doctor when an animal is sick, but routine pe...read more
Following optimum pet health standards is the best way to show your furry friends how much you care about them. With September being the Animal Pain Awareness Month, Waipahu Wai...read more
As a pet parent, you know how much your dog loves getting treats from the table. Luckily, there are plenty of foods traditionally considered “human” foods that you can safely share w...read more
Pets make wonderful everyday companions. Just like any of your loved ones, you want to be sure your pet is in good health. And just like humans, pets need medical attention at times....read more
With proper care and a healthy lifestyle, your beloved family dog can live a long and prosperous life. The animal care pros at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital in Hawaii devote their pra...read more
Getting a new dog is so exciting for you and your family. Prepare your home for your furry friend with some helpful tips from Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital. For over 40 years, this lo...read more
Like many dog owners, you may enjoy bringing your furry friend along for exciting outdoor adventures, like hiking. Before you head out for a fun-filled day with your pup, Waipahu Wai...read more
A pet isn’t merely a friend; they’re a valued member of your family. And, like any member of your family, you want to know that your pet is as healthy as possible. This means choosin...read more
Pets are part of the family, and it’s up to you to make sure they stay happy and healthy. Depending on your dog’s breed, its overall health, and even the season, shedding can be a pe...read more
As the summer season approaches, we must start thinking about making sure our pets do not run any risk of overheating. Dogs and cats are especially prone to heatstroke because of the...read more
As summertime closes in, you’ll be buying sunscreen and shades with your new bathing suits and pool noodles, but don't forget to make sure your pets are safe throughout the season. H...read more
If you're headed out of town this summer, then there's no better place to board your pets than at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital in Waipahu, HI. Not only does their staff have the know...read more
Have you been hearing a lot about the benefits of microchipping but haven't made the appointment yet? Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital in Hawaii wants you to know that May is “Chip Your ...read more
National Pet Week officially kicks off on May 1. For an entire week, pet owners nationwide are encouraged to celebrate their furry pals and all the love and companionship they bring ...read more
The team of professional pet health experts at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital in Waipahu, HI, know that many pet owners will do everything they can to make sure that their furry friend...read more
You want your cat to stay as happy and healthy as possible. At Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital in Waipahu, HI, their trusted veterinarians will always be there to take care of your furr...read more
If you’ve ever had to leave your pet overnight, or even just for a day, you know that it can anxiety provoking for both you and your furry friend. When it comes to pet boarding, sepa...read more
Whether you choose a leisurely city stroll or a thrilling trail run, walking your dog is one of the many joys of spending time with your four-legged friend. Without the proper gear, ...read more
Veterinarians, like those at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital of Waipahu, HI, know how important grooming is to keep your pet healthy and happy. There are many benefits to keeping your d...read more
As pet health experts, the team at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital of Waipahu, HI, wants you to know how critical flea and tick prevention is for keeping your pet healthy and ...read more
In observance of National Poison Prevention Week, which is the third week of March, the veterinarians and animal care staff at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital in Waipahu, HI, want ...read more
Having a furry companion is a wonderful experience, but one of the major downsides is the fact that they shed. The veterinarians and animal care staff at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hos...read more
As a pet owner, it can be difficult to travel knowing that you have to leave your furry friend behind. It can also be challenging to find a trusted friend or relative to look after y...read more
Chocolate is bad for both cats and dogs, but dogs, in particular, are at risk because of how much they enjoy sharing “people food.” It smells tasty to them; as good pet parents, we n...read more
The decision to spay and neuter a pet can be a difficult one for pet owners. Fortunately, the animal care specialists at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital in Waipahu, HI, are happy to exp...read more
The staff at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital in Waipahu, HI, provides high-quality pet care and veterinary services. They know how much you love your pet, and as animal lovers themselve...read more
Vaccination isn't only important for people, it's crucial for canines too! If you received a furry friend as a gift over the holiday season, don't forget to get the required vaccin...read more
Pets aren’t just animals; they are members of your family, and their health should be as important to you as your own.The team at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital in Waipahu, Hawaii, wan...read more
Keep your pet strong and healthy this year by scheduling their annual check-up at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital in Hawaii. This local veterinary hospital is one of the top pet care fa...read more
For many animals, fireworks are an assault on the senses. They sound terrifying, smell awful, and the roaring, crowded celebrations can cause them immense anxiety. If you know there ...read more
Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital in Waipahu, HIhas some of Oahu's best veterinarians. Specializing in comprehensive animal care, these vets provide a range of services, from pet boarding...read more
The holidays are here, which means celebrations, family, friends, and holiday decorations. Winter plants are one of the most popular household decorations for this time of year and, ...read more
Sometimes we assume that what's good for us is probably good for our pets, too. So we end up sharing our leftovers, thinking it's a nice way to give our furry friends some variety. A...read more
Pet medicine is a community service that affects everyone, not just the animals being treated. That's why Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital has collaborated, in part, with the Hawaii Huma...read more
Loving your four-legged family member means doing everything you can to ensure his or her health and well-being. One of the most important things you can do in regards to pet health ...read more
Since 1972, Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital in Waipahu, HI has been recognized as having the best veterinarians by the residents of Leeward, Oahu, and the surrounding areas. Waipahu Wai...read more
Halloween: Great fun for humans, not so much fun for pets. The combination of crowds of strangers (many of whom are overexcited children); loud, unexpected noises; and, let’s face it...read more
Nutrition is key for your cat’s health. The veterinarians at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital in Waipahu, HI emphasize food and nutrition with all cat owners who bring their animals to t...read more
As much as you love your pet and work hard to care for him or her properly, it's inevitable that injuries will occur. That's why there are so many common injuries to household pets; ...read more
For a lot of people, bringing home a new pet is one of the happiest days of their lives, and many pet owners can't imagine life without their faithful companions. Your animals depend...read more
Intestinal parasites present a very real threat to our beloved pets. While most parasites are transmitted through the environment, some may even appear before birth when the pet is s...read more
The veterinarians at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital in Waipahu, HI have a lot of experience with heartworm disease. It's particularly common throughout Hawaii due to the warm...read more
You know to brush twice a day, floss and visit the dentist every six months, because your teeth are important. So why do so many pet owners ignore their own pets' dental care? W...read more
Being the owner of a furry friend—no matter its size or type—means being an adamant supporter of your pet’s health and well-being. But what about pet nutrition? Often, we think that ...read more
Summer is coming: The season of barbecues, beaches, and basking in the vacation days. But if you’re a pet owner, you’re going to be considering all your options for traveling with yo...read more
Have you or your family always wanted to adopt a cat but just never found the right time? Well, you’re in luck! June is National Adopt a Cat Month and many local shelters, rescue gro...read more
So, you just got a new puppy? Congratulations! Now that you have welcomed a new furry friend into your household, it’s time to start the training process. Puppy classes are a great w...read more
Your pets may love the outdoors, but when nice weather moves in, so do pests. Whether your pets love frolicking in your yard, playing with pals at the dog park, or venturing on a hik...read more
At some point or another, you’ve probably overheard a heated conversation about pets and microchips. While still a relatively newer practice, microchipping animals has actually prove...read more
The benefits of spaying and neutering cats and dogs cannot be emphasized enough. It's not only one of the most important things you can do for your pet in regards to health; spaying ...read more
How could you not love that adorable, playful little ball of fur? Your new kitten is important to you, and the veterinarians at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital in Waipahu, Haw...read more
National Pet Week begins May 3rd and if you have a pet that you cherish, then this is a good time to make sure he or she is as healthy and happy as can be. In fact, the experts at&nb...read more
After bringing home a new puppy or kitten, it is essential to work quickly and begin behavior training. When an animal is properly trained from a young age, it reduces its stress and...read more
As pet owners themselves, the veterinarians and trained staff at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital understand the importance of reliable pet care. Whether you have a puppy or a panth...read more
Pets have been a welcome addition to families everywhere for centuries. Whether it’s the largest breed of dog or the furriest rabbit, their level of companionship is one that can’t b...read more
Taking care of pets and keeping them healthy is no easy feat. Whether small and big-eyed or furry with a loud bark, your pet’s health is just as important as any human being's. Under...read more
Preventing future pet health issues is almost as important as treating current ones, which is why Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital has a vast array of preventative pet care services...read more
Over 71 million families are pet owners, which is about 62% of the general public. Scientific studies reveal what many of us find obvious: We think of our animals as a part of our f...read more
Is your dog microchipped? Microchipping refers to the process of inserting a tiny device into the scruff of a dog's neck that will help him or her to be identified in case of an emer...read more
Do you have a pet rabbit? Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital has some tips on how to take care of your beloved furry friend! Their veterinarian specialists provide exceptional pet care ser...read more
Like any baby, a puppy requires certain preparations, vaccinations, and cleaning methods to keep it healthy and happy. The veterinarians at Waipahu Weikele Pet Hospital have amassed ...read more
Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital is known for providing one of the best veterinarian services in Hawaii. They specialize in all animals, from cats and dogs to more exotic pets, including...read more
Lifelong dog lovers, pet owners, and animal care professionals will all agree: the key to getting along with a dog of any age is being able to read its body language. Happy, sad, hun...read more
Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital is proud to provide the best veterinary services on the island. From exotic pet care to emergency hours, the hospital offers everything Waipahu needs to ...read more
A recent rash of wild weather across America has brought several questions to many families’ minds. While most people worry about their homes and family members, what do you do with ...read more
The veterinarians at Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital know that an accident can happen anytime. Just because your pet suffers a late-night injury or tummy ache doesn’t mean tha...read more
Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital works hard to maintain an excellent staff of doctors, receptionist, and technicians. Our staff is a GREAT team with the right mix of skills and backgroun...read more
At Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital, they do more than just take care of your pets. Leading experts in pet care since 1972, the veterinarians work to love, nurture, and nurse you...read more