Spay and Neuter Surgery
Sterilization is one of the single most important strategies to reducing pet overpopulation and the unnecessary euthanasia of animals. For many owners, this cost can be exorbitant even with the City's "Neuter Now" contract. Including a microchip identification also ensures that more lost or stray animals are returned their owners. So PDP helps owners subsidize the cost to spay and neuter their pets and provide overall health checks that they might not otherwise receive.
Please help the following PDP PETS with their sterilization surgery, health check, vaccinations, and microchip.
Sponsorship is $200 per dog.
Trudie is a female Sharpei mix living on the Waianae coast. She, along
with the other Waianae canines, were living stray in the community
until they were rescued by a compassionate friend. She's a sweetie girl
that would also make a loving member of the ohana.
Nickie is a female pit mix and shares her homestead with Trudy. The
area is heavy with fleas and ticks so she needs monthly flea and tick
treatment along with her spay surgery. Nickie and Trudy both received new kennels from PDP.
Sherlock is a 7-month old male shepherd mix that was recently rescued after roaming the Waianae coast for months. His sweet disposition allowed him to be placed into foster care in search of a forever home.
The Fantastic Four
These four puppies - Bernard, Gaga, Freckles and Roscoe - were the only survivors from a litter of nine. They're currently in foster care and will need sterilization, vaccinations, and microchip. Look for these adorable adoptables at Kapolei Petco sometime in early March.
The Waianae Wahine
They're beautiful and blessed.....but they need to be spayed. Happy (left), Celina (below left) and Bella (below right) are living on a busted-down bus in Waianae but there's no shortage of love for these four-legged and furry family members. The most important first step taken by this owner was to agree to sterilizing these pups. PDP continues to build trust in order to better address the needs of the dogs as well as their owner.
This Waimanalo Ohana has been living on the beach for years. Unfortunately, Te-ta (left) and Peeto (right) were never sterilized, so the owners have struggled to care for litter after litter of puppies. Now, Tita is pregnant with her third litter. Baby Girl (below left) and Small Boy (below right) are members of the ohana, and they too, need to be sterilized and treated for skin allergies.
PDP needs sponsors to help sterilize and health check all four dogs, and eventually - we will need funding to sterilize and vaccinate Tita's puppies in order to prepare them for adoption. We - and the owners - are committed to stopping the pet overpopulation cycle.
Lovely's was a PDP rescue from Waimanalo Beach who is currently being fostered by PDP volunteer, Jackie. Read more about Lovely's close call with Parvo.
Although she received the necessary TLC and veterinary care, PDP needs kokua to help pay the vet bill. Please consider making a donation to Lovely's Legacy Fund
and help us raise $1,000 to help with her care.