Like businesses across the state, Poi Dogs & Popoki (PDP) has also been impacted by the cornona virus. We have no choice but to suspend all clinics until further notice. We hope pet owners can find affordable services via other veterinary clinics. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding during these difficult times. Please take care of yourselves and your pet ohana. Mahalo.
Drop Off Times
Check-in is 8 am for morning clinics and 1 pm for afternoon clinics. Owners will be called for same-day pick up.
You will be required to select either a morning or afternoon appointment depending on your choice of clinic. Unless noted - cat clinics are traditionally in the morning and dog clinics are in the afternoon.
Sterilization Fees and Payment
Female Dogs - $150
Male Dogs - $125
Male Cryptorchid Dogs - $150
Female Cats - $50
Male Cats - $40
Feral or Community Cats - $25
We accept cash, check or credit card payable at the clinic site.
Neuter Now Certificates
The Big Fix accepts the City's Neuter Now certificates but you do NOT need one to take advantage of our low cost options. Our fees are the same as Neuter Now and we have NO additional out of pocket costs.
However if you have Medicaid, low income housing, or EBT, it costs only $20 with the Neuter Now certificate. You must purchase the certificate at a satellite city hall and bring it to your appointment. Again - there are NO additional out of pocket costs. The cost of the certificate is all you pay when you come to the Big Fix.
Special rates and payment options are also available to owners with multiple pets who demonstrate need and people rescuing and caring for multiple stray, homeless and abandoned animals. Please email email@example.com for consideration.
Microchip, e-collars (cone for the head) and pain medication are included in the fee. There are no other costs. Microchip identification is mandatory.
POI DOGS & POPOKI
Sterilization is the single most effective strategy to reducing pet overpopulation and ending euthanasia. Today- pet owners on Oahu have a number of choices.
The Big Fix is a fully equipped surgical unit that provides affordable spay and neuter services in some of our most rural and underserved areas on the island. This high volume, high quality clinic utilizes only licensed veterinarians hosts clinics from Waianae to Waimanalo.
The Big Fix clinics are open to everyone. Appointment is required. Walk Ups will be accommodated on a case by case basis.
We do not require pets to be current on vaccinations, but the animal must be healthy. Kittens need to be 2 pounds (usually 8 weeks old); puppies at least 12 weeks. We will still sterilize females if they are in heat. But we defer to the veterinary staff to make the final decision about the surgery.
Please read the Feline or Canine Packet before making your appointment so that you understand the process and pre-surgical requirements including feeding restrictions. If you do not read the instructions, you may be turned away at the clinic.
Clinics fill up quickly so if you cannot get into a clinic - it may be full (often weight restrictions) - then please call 551-7915 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Note: Doberman Pinschers will only be accepted as surgical candidates with a negative Von Willebrand test result the day of surgery. Clotting factors will not be accepted in lieu of the test. For more information regarding this disorder please see www.dpca.org. Please contact your veterinarian for costs for this test as we are unable to test for Von Willebrand at this time. Mahalo.
Presurgical bloodwork is highly recommended for any dog or cat over 8 years old. The Big Fix has the ability to perform necessary bloodwork but uses an outside laboratory which will require submitting blood samples at least 2 days prior to surgery. If presurgical bloodwork is declined you will have to sign a waiver stating you understand there is an increased risk associated with anesthesia and/or surgery in geriatric patients. Depending on case by case assessment by veterinarian some animals may be declined for surgery if presurgical bloodwork is not performed.