The Hawaii Island Humane Society’s Mobile Spay &Neuter Waggin’ continues its rural outreach services in January with stops today in Pahoa, Tuesday in Volcano and Wednesday in Kohala.
Schedule your appointments by calling 329-8002 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Due to limited space, the Mobile Spay &Neuter Waggin’ is unable to accommodate drop-ins.
All appointments must be scheduled in advance by calling 329-8002 or emailing email@example.com. Only healthy, owned dogs and cats will be accepted. The pets must be between 8 weeks and 7 years old and kittens must weigh 2 pounds or more.
Other animals other than dogs and cats, unhealthy animals or those with contagious illnesses will not be accepted.
“Eliminating pet overpopulation is a primary goal of the Hawaii Island Humane Society. Taking our spay and neuter program on the road … will enable pet owners with limited financial means or transportation issues to fix their pets, and eliminate the possibility of accidental litters which become a community problem and add to our organization’s challenge of addressing pet overpopulation,” said Hawaii Island Humane Society Chief Executive Officer Dr. Beth Jose.
Go to hihs.org for more information.