Kailua Animal Clinic is a full-service animal hospital serving pets and their families in Hawaii on the Windward side of Oahu since 1987. We provide health care for all of your household pets, from cats and dogs to rabbits, guinea pigs, birds, reptiles, rodents, fish, and pot-bellied pigs!

Check out our services page for a listing of what we offer, including wellness health care, medical treatment, surgery, and advanced diagnostic testing. We always welcome new clients; we would be happy to have you and your loved ones visit us!

February Special Offers and Discounts
National Pet Dental Health Month!
Throughout February, we are celebrating National Pet Dental Health Month by offering a 10% discount on all dental procedures and products. Please contact us early at 263-8863 to schedule a dental evaluation for your cat or dog, as openings are limited! Also, stop by to pick up a dental care home kit which includes toothbrushes ranging from a mini-size perfect for a cat or chihuahua mouth to large-size for shepherds and retrievers, a finger toothbrush to start the process if you've never tried brushing your pet's teeth, and flavored and edible toothpaste safe for your pet. Check out our Guide to Toothbrushing for tips on keeping your pet's smile happy and healthy, and the YouTube video below on How To Brush Your Pet's Teeth.

New Expanded Clinic Hours
We are now open from 7am until 8pm Monday through Thursday. Friday we will continue to be open 7am to 6pm, and Saturday 7am to 5pm.

FDA Warns of the Risks of Raw Food Diets
Food poisoning isn’t only a human problem: our four-legged friends are also at risk if they eat foods that are contaminated with disease-causing bacteria. Two of these bacteria — Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes — are particularly dangerous to both pets and humans. People who choose a raw diet for their pets often point out that feral dogs and cats catch prey and eat it raw. However, since sick feral animals are rarely taken to a veterinarian when they’re ill, we don’t know how many of these animals get sick or die as a result of eating a raw food diet. Read more from the FDA about how to avoid food poisoning.

Kailua Animal Clinic Fosters More Guinea Pigs

From time to time, a homeless pet needs a little extra care through a foster home before adoption. Recently we have been helping out the Hawaiian Humane Society by fostering several young guinea pigs who were discovered to be pregnant when they were rescued from a previous home. Our two current fosters are "Cornflake" and "Radish". We are monitoring their pregnancies with ultrasound, and hope to have them back at the Hawaiian Humane Society and available for adoption in February.

Discounted healthy puppy and kitten exams
Exams must include vaccinations to qualify for special rate. Download and print this coupon to receive a complimentary puppy or kitten pack. These starter kits include information on caring for and training your pet, flea and heartworm preventative, Science Diet food, and a reusable KAC tote bag. Limited to one pack per pet. Please call us at 263-8863 for more information or to schedule your puppy or kitten exam today!

Kailua Animal Clinic Participates with Neuter Now
We are continuing to participate with the Poi Dogs and Popoki Neuter Now program. This certificate program offers low-cost spays and neuters for dogs and cats to help encourage all pet owners to afford this critical procedure. Please click here for more information about the Neuter Now program.

A Few of Our Recent Visitors
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Message from the Vet:

Benefits of Spaying or Neutering Your Pet in a Veterinary Hospital

While Hawaii has several low cost spay/neuter program options that help to control pet and stray overpopulation,
read this article and discover the many advantages of spaying or neutering your pet at a full-service veterinary clinic.

Ask the Vet

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Submit your questions to askthevet@kailuaanimalclinic.com.


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