Leaving the island, but worried about your pets! Have no fear. The Kaua’i Humane Society offers quality boarding services for dogs and cats. You must be a KHS member to make a boarding reservation. Click here for information about membership or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To reserve a boarding appointment, please email email@example.com, call 808.632.0610 (ext 100) or stop by the shelter.
Dogs stay in our large 4′ x 15′ indoor/outdoor runs and are given time in our play yards twice a day. We provide a waterproof dog bed that is elevated about 4 inches off the ground, you are welcome to provide a thin bedding for your pet, toys or other items as well. Please note that KHS cannot be responsible for lost or damaged pet supplies and reserves the right not to provide any toys or bedding that might present a choking hazard or other risk in a boarding setting.
Dog Boarding rates:
- One dog in a kennel: $40 per night
- Two dogs in a kennel – $70 per night
- Additional leash walks: $10 per walk per day
Cats stay in 3′ x 3′ condos with a resting bench. They can be given play time if requested. You are welcome to bring toys or other personal items for them while they are our guest.
Cat Boarding rates:
- Cats – $35 per night
- Two cats per condo – $60 per night
- Boarding drop off is between 3-5pm daily and pick up is between 10-11am
- Payment in full is required upon drop off. We are happy to honor a full refund if your reservation is cancelled 14 days prior to your drop off date, otherwise your boarding reservation will be nonrefundable.
- Please provide your own food and any treats you prefer to give your pet in order to avoid upset stomachs.
I am not KHS member. Can my pet still stay with you?
Unfortunately, no. We have very limited space and can only accommodate members. Please contact our Development Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (808) 632-0610 extension 108 for information on membership.
What vaccinations or other healthcare requirements are needed for my pet to board at your facility?
All pets must be current on their routine preventative health vaccinations as well as heartworm prevention for dogs. In addition, all dogs must have received a Bordetella (kennel cough) vaccination no less than 10 days and not more than 180 days prior to boarding with us. External parasite treatment (for fleas and ticks) is required within 14 days of arrival.
Do I need to provide food?
Yes! To ensure your pet will continue eating well and not have an upset stomach, we ask you to provide your own food.
What if my pet is on medication?
If your pet is on special medication, we recommend you board him or her with your private veterinarian. Your veterinarian is familiar with your pet and can closely monitor their condition and daily medication schedule. We cannot be responsible for daily medications.
What if my cat will only use a special type of litter?
We provide standard clay litter and clean the litter boxes twice daily. We can use your special litter if you provide an ample supply with a sealed container.
Do you have transport services available?
No, we do not offer transport services at this time.
What if my pet gets sick while I am away?
We will require all pet owners to register with their private veterinary clinic prior to leaving their pet with us. If your pet gets sick, we will transport him or her to their veterinarian for treatment at the owner’s cost.