AFFORDABLE SPAY/NEUTER SERVICES CONTINUE
Poi Dogs & Popoki (PDP) is proud to partner with Hawaii Pets Veterinary Clinic (Hi Pets) to continue providing affordable spay and neuter services to pet owners on Oahu. Through the City's Neuter Now program, pet owners can receive the same fee as those provided by the Big Fix:
Pick up a Neuter Now certificate at any satellite city hall or go to honolulu.gov to order online.
FERAL CATS ARE FREE!
And an additional bonus is the Feral Feline Fix which is currently free while funds are available. Hi Pets will also have traps available to loan out or contact PDP. Certificates are available at Hi Pets when you come in for your appointment.
Spay/Neuter appointments are available Tuesday through Saturday. Fees include microchip ID and cone for the head. Owners have the option of purchasing an expanded pain management package, blood work, or other services like vaccinations. But these are not mandatory.
HI Pets is conveniently located inside PetSmart at the Town Center of Mililani. Please call 888-0866 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make your appointment.
Fixed Price Dental Special for your Pet
Dental health is a very important part of your pet’s overall health, and dental problems can cause, or be caused by, other health problems. Your pet’s teeth and gums should be checked at least once a year to look for early signs of a problem and to keep your pet’s mouth healthy.
Hi Pets Vet will be offering the December Dental for $450 - which includes pre-exam with blood work, dental cleaning, minor extractions like incisors, and medications to go home. If during the pre-exam, the vet identifies additional extractions are necessary such as the premolars or canines, then the owner has the option of scheduling that dental surgery for $800.
Schedule your pet's dental today. Call 888-0866 or email email@example.com to make your appointment. Hi Pets Vet Clinic is committed to providing quality veterinary care at an affordable price! Mahalo Hi Pets!
POI DOGS & POPOKI
Senator Michelle Kidani
with her rescue, Makaha