Veterinary Services

The Kaua’i Humane Society is now able to offer low-cost medical exams to pet-owners at our Community Care Center, but we encourage all pet owners to establish a relationship with one of Kaua’i’s private vet clinics.

We do offer the following limited veterinary services to the public:

*Attention pet owners booking a spay & appointment: Animals that are NOT MICROCHIPPED (required by the County of Kaua’i) upon surgery drop off, will be microchipped and YOU WILL BE CHARGED an additional $20 fee to cover microchipping service.*


The Kaua’i Humane Society is proud to offer low-cost spay/neuter services for pet cats and dogs.

Our low-cost spay/neuter clinic is by appointment only.


  • Drop off is between 8-9 a.m.
  • Pick-up is between 4-5 p.m.
  • Dogs must arrive on a leash.
  • Cats must arrive in an enclosed carrier.
  • Small animals must arrive in an enclosed carrier.


  • Cats must be at least two pounds, two months, and in good health. Dogs must be at least three months old. Please see your regular vet prior to scheduling surgery if you have any health concerns. KHS reserves the right to deny surgery to any animal.
  • Must have a microchip (one can be purchased and implanted during surgery).
  • Surgery must be paid for in advance and is Non-Refundable
  • Rescheduling must be done 48 hours in advance or a $20 rescheduling fee will apply. Rescheduled appointments must be within 3 months of the original appointment.
  • We strongly recommend your pet be current on vaccines. (Vaccinations and flea/tick prevention can be added for additional fees.)


  • Spay/Neuter – from $50
  • Vaccines – $20
  • Small Animals (rabbits and guinea pigs only) – $50

Please email for availability of small animal spay and neuters. Mahalo!

If you need help with transporting your pet to KHS for a spay/neuter, or you are interested in volunteering to help transport pets, please email

Spay/Neuter fees are NON-REFUNDABLE. 

Funding assistance for qualified individuals may be available through our Spay Neuter Assistance Program SNAP). Please download the application here and submit the completed form to

REMEMBER… spaying and neutering reduces unwanted pregnancies and pet overpopulation!!


Open Tuesdays from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. by appointment. Accepting walk-ins until 2 p.m.

The Kaua`i Humane Society will now begin offering low-cost medical exams to pet-owners on a walk-in basis every 

  • If you only need a vaccine, microchip, dewormer, or flea & tick medicine (and all CCC appointments are booked), you can make a vaccine appointment by scrolling down to” book a vaccine or microchip appointment.”

The Community Care Center is able to offer preventative care and treatment of conditions that are non-life threatening.

Please fill out the form below to expedite your visit. Walk-ins will be accepted as time allows, but does not guarantee that you will be seen.



Puppy: vaccine series, flea/tick preventatives, heartworm test, heartworm preventative, deworming, microchip – $200

Dog: vaccine, flea/tick preventative, heartworm test, heartworm preventative, deworming – $110

Kitten: vaccine series, flea/tick preventatives, deworming, microchip – $150

Cat: vaccine, flea/tick preventative, deworming – $65

Senior: complete blood chemistry, heartworm test (for dogs), Reagent Strip (for cats), flea/tick preventative, deworming – $75


Nail Trimming – $20-$30

Ear Cleaning – $20

Anal Gland Expression – $30

Microchipping – $20

FVRCP, Bordetella, or DA2PP/4L Vaccine – $20

Dewormer – $15

Flea/Tick Preventative (monthly) – $15

Rabies Vaccine and Certificate – $40

Health Exam and Certificate – $60

Landlord Health Exam – $60

Services Below Require Additional Vet Consultation Fee of $50

Heartworm Testing – $20 

FIV/FeLV Testing – $40

Fecal Float (for parasites) – $20

Skin Scrape (for mange and other diseases) – $20

Wood’s Lamp (for ringworm) – $20

Ear Diagnosis – $20

Blood Work – $100

Other services and tests provided as needed


Health Certificates for Travel Off-Island

Health certs can only be signed within 10 days of your flight.

If we sign a health cert and then your animal does not fly within 10 days, you will need to come back for a new cert.

Please bring with you the following info:

  • Flight date,
  • Which airline you are flying on,
  • Whether the animal is flying in-cabin or cargo. Do not assume you can bring your animal with you on the plane. There are both in-cabin and in-cargo restrictions, and you need to contact your airline to make sure you can get your pet on the plane with you.
  • Your name,
  • Current address,
  • Future address,
  • Phone Number,
  • Vaccination records of animal(s) including date and serial number – if records are unavailable or out of date, we will be happy to vaccinate during your appointment for a fee. All flights out of Hawaii require rabies, a few states require dog/cat vaccine within the year and/or heartworm tests.
  • Microchip Number for your pet(s) – Don’t worry if you don’t have the number, we scan every animal. If your pet does not have a microchip, we will administer one for a $20 fee.


KHS offers low-cost vaccine and microchip clinics:

Every first  and third Saturday of the month from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. 



Puppy DA2PP: $20

Disclaimer: This vaccines does not include leptospirosis protection.


Adult Dog DA2PP4L: $20.00

(K9 Distemper-Adenovirus, Type 2 Parainfluenza, Parvovirus, Leptospira Canicola, Grippotyphosa, Icterohaemorrhagiae, Pomona Bacterin)

All dogs should receive this vaccine annually. If you have an adult dog with no previous vaccine history, your dog should receive a second administration of this vaccine in 2-4 weeks. The DA2PP (no lepto version) vaccine is given to dogs under 9 weeks of age. This vaccine is given every 2-4 weeks until 4 months of age and then once annually.


Puppies and Adult Dogs Bordetella: $20.00

(K9 Adenovirus Type 2, Parainfluenza, Bordetella, Bronchiseptica Vaccine)

All dogs who frequent areas where other dogs might be present such as a kenneling facility should be vaccinated every 6 months.


Cats and Kittens FVRCP: $20.00

(Feline Rhinotracheitis, Calici, Panleukopenia Vaccine)

All Cats should receive this vaccine annually. If you have an adult cat with no previous vaccine history, your cat should receive a second administration of this vaccine in 2-4 weeks. For Kittens, this vaccine is given every 2-4 weeks until 4 months of age and then annually.


Dogs or Cats Strongid: $15.00

Oral dewormer treatment for intestinal parasites, such as roundworms and hookworms.

All pets should receive regular deworming treatment monthly if frequenting areas where other animals may be present.


Flea Treatment:  $15  for a single, month-long dose

(Frontline for dogs or cats)

This flea and tick treatment is a preventative for topical parasites and will be administered by a vet tech at the clinic.


Microchip Identification: $20.00

This form of identification is implanted just under the skin for permanent identification of your pet. This is not a GPS tracker and does not function with location monitoring. Your information as the registered owner will be attached to the microchip so that if your pet is found without you, we may be able to reunite you. Any pet over 4 weeks old can be microchipped and current County of Kaua`i legislation requires all pets over 3 months of age to have a microchip.

Empty the Shelters: From July 8-31 adoptions are $25 and below thanks to BISSELL Pet Foundation!