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OAHU DIRECTORY Animal Service Agencies 2017

Compiled by Hawaiian Humane Society


Oahu Directory Animal Service Agencies 2017

Compiled by Hawaiian Humane Society

Table of Contents City Division of Road Maintenance City Refuse Division, Collection & Disposal Branch Hawaii Veterinary Medical Association Hawaiian Humane Society Honolulu Zoo Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Police Large Animal Poundmasters Military Game Warden National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) Sea Life Park Service Animals – State of Hawaii State Division of Forestry & Wildlife State Animal Quarantine Station State Plant Quarantine Branch UH Dept. of Human Nutrition, Food & Animal Sciences USDA, APHIS, Veterinary Services USDA, APHIS, Wildlife Services U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Waikiki Aquarium

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Oahu Directory Animal Service Agencies Alphabetical Listing of Subjects

Abandonment/cruelty/neglect Adoption Amnesty drop-off Animal port Aquaculture species Aquarium Aquatic life illegal import Bird information/referral Cat Chicken Complaints Cruelty/neglect/abandonment Deceased animal collection Dog Dolphin Education Endangered species Enforcement Euthanasia Goat Guinea pig 2

9, 13 9 9, 10, 19 9, 19 15, 20 24 24 9, 13, 15, 17, 21, 22, 23 9, 11, 13 9 8, 9, 11, 13, 19, 20 9, 13 4, 5, 6, 7 9, 11, 13, 16 14 9, 15 10, 15, 17, 22, 23 9, 11, 13, 19, 23 9 12, 17, 22 9, 13


Health certificate for export Horse Humboldt penguin Livestock Lost & Found Marine animal Migratory bird Military animal issues Monk seal Native species Pickup Pig Prohibited species Quarantine Rabbit Rehabilitation Rescue Seabird Sea turtle Sheep Shelter Stray animals Traps, trapping Turning in a pet Turtle Veterinary ethics and peer review Zoo

21 12 15 12, 20 9, 13 15, 24 16, 22, 23 11, 13 4, 15, 24 17 9, 11, 12, 13, 17, 19 17, 22 10, 19 18, 19 9, 13 15, 17 9 15, 23 14 12, 22 9 9 9, 11, 12, 13, 19 9 14, 15, 24 8 10 3


City Division of Road Maintenance – Deceased Animal Pickup Department of Facility Maintenance City & County of Honolulu Purpose: Deceased animal pickup in all rural districts on City & County roads. Authority Extends To: See districts

ANIMAL TYPE

SERVICE

HOURS

All animals

Picks up deceased animals and disposes at nearest landfill.

24 hours

Services Not Provided: Pickup of deceased animals from the State Highway System

District: Waialua/Haleiwa (Waialua to Waimea Bay) Haleiwa Corporation Yard Contact: Brian Hoolaka

PHONE: 768-9750 FAX: 768-9755

District: Kailua/Waimanalo Kailua Corporation Yard Contact: Michael Pundyke

PHONE: 262-4346 FAX: 266-7609

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City Division of Road Maintenance – Deceased Animal Pickup (continued) District: Kaneohe (Kualoa Point to Kaneohe Bay Drive) Kaneohe Corporation Yard Contact: Chadman Maio District: Contact:

Laie (Waimea Bay to Kualoa Point) Laie Corporation Yard Lani Brown

District: Ewa (Halawa Stream to Kapolei) Pearl City Corporation Yard Contact: George Rapisora District: Contact:

Wahiawa (Mililani to Whitmore) Wahiawa Corporation Yard Reuben Inocencio

District: Kapolei Kapolei Corporation Yard Contact: Thomas Lenchanko or Marilyn Solatorio

PHONE: 768-3669 FAX: 768-3677

PHONE: 768-9748 FAX: 293-8325

PHONE: 768-9780 FAX: 768-9788

PHONE: 768-9768 FAX: 768-9766

PHONE: 768-4310 or 768-4311 FAX: 682-5233 5


City Refuse Division, Collection Branch Department of Environmental Services City & County of Honolulu 1000 Uluohia Street, Suite 201 Kapolei, HI 96707

PHONE: 768-3200 FAX: 768-3434

Contact:

Kris Gourlay, Refuse Collection Administrator

Note:

For Refuse Division, Disposal Branch, see page 7.

Purpose: Pickup and disposal of deceased animals. Authority Extends To: Oahu

ANIMAL TYPE

SERVICE

HOURS

Deceased animals up to 70 lbs.

Collection and disposal of deceased animals from City-owned streets and those fronting homes within the Honolulu District (Halawa Street to Kalama Valley). Call 768-3200 for pickup.

Mon. – Fri. 7:45 am – 4:30 pm

Services Not Provided: Pickup of deceased animals from animalrelated businesses such as pet shops and veterinarians 6


City Refuse Division, Disposal Branch Department of Environmental Services City & County of Honolulu 1000 Uluohia Street, Suite 201 Kapolei, HI 96707

PHONE: 768-3401 FAX: 768-3434

Contact:

Ahmad Sadri, Disposal Operations Engineer

Note:

For Refuse Division, Collection Branch, see page 6.

Purpose:

Public can drop off deceased animals at: Waimanalo Gulch Landfill - Kapolei 92-460 Farrington Highway Kapolei 96707

Authority Extends To: Oahu

ANIMAL TYPE

SERVICE

HOURS

Small deceased animals

Public can dispose of deceased animals at the municipal landfill.

Daily 7 am – 4:30 pm

Other deceased animals (70 lbs. and over)

Public can dispose of deceased animals at the municipal landfill. Call landfill (668-2985) 24 hours in advance.

Daily 8 am – 3 pm

Services Not Provided: Collection of deceased animals

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Hawaii Veterinary Medical Association P.O. Box 61309 Honolulu, HI 96839-1309

Contact:

PHONE: 733-8828 FAX: 733-8829

Eric Ako, DVM, Executive Vice President

Purpose: A non-profit professional organization that promotes improved professional and ethical standards in veterinary medicine and education to prevent cruelty to animals. Authority Extends To: Statewide Public Services • Ethics and peer review complaints (by mail only) • Coordinate delivery of veterinary services to organizations and the community such as disaster relief and bioterrorism

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Hawaiian Humane Society 2700 Waialae Avenue Honolulu, HI 96826 Contact:

See back cover

PHONE: 356-2200 FAX: 955-6034

E-Mail: info@hawaiianhumane.org Website: HawaiianHumane.org Purpose: An animal welfare organization that serves as a shelter and placement agency for homeless animals. Rescues and responds to animal emergencies. Oahu’s official pet lost and found center. Deputized humane investigators enforce animal cruelty laws, crowing, barking, biting and dangerous dog complaints, as well as other animal-related laws. Authority Extends To: Oahu

ANIMAL TYPE

SERVICE

HOURS

All animals

Animal admissions, emergencies, humane euthanasia and loan of animal traps

Daily, 24 hours

Investigations of cruelty and neglect, enforcement of certain animal laws and rescues

Daily, 6 am – 9 pm

Stray dogs

Pickup services

Daily, 6 am – 9 pm

Pet animals e.g. dogs/ cats/rabbits/birds/ guinea pigs/turtles/etc.

Adoption Lost pet retrieval

Mon. – Fri.: 11 am – 7 pm Sat., Sun., Holidays: 10 am – 4 pm

Lost or found pet animals

Filing lost or found pet reports

Daily, 24 hours

Pet dogs & cats

Administer reduced-rate sterilization certificate through the City & County of Honolulu Neuter Now Program. Available at Adoptions, Admissions and Reception.

Mon. – Fri.: 11 am – 7 pm Sat., Sun., Holidays: 10 am – 4 pm

Feral & free-roaming cats

Low-fee sterilization

By appointment

Chickens

Crowing nuisance complaints

Daily, 6 am – 9 pm

Services Not Provided: Pickup of deceased animals, beach patrol, capture wildlife

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Honolulu Zoo 151 Kapahulu Avenue Honolulu, HI 96815

PHONE: 971-7171 FAX: 971-7173

Contact: William Balfour, Acting Zoo Director Phone: 768-7169 Contact: Linda Santos, Assistant Zoo Director Phone: 768-7167 Contact: Ben Okimoto, DVM, Zoo Veterinarian Phone: 768-7182 Authority Extends To: Oahu

ANIMAL TYPE

SERVICE

HOURS

Federal, State, Endangered Species*

Housing, hospitalization, treatment

Daily 9 am – 4:30 pm

Federal, State, Endangered Species*

Emergency treatment

Daily 9 am – 4:30 pm

State Prohibited Species

Amnesty drop-off

Daily 9 am – 4:30 pm

* Except seabirds, sea turtles and monk seals Services Not Provided: Capture, transport, receiving, housing, treatment of common domestic and feral animals 10


Joint Base Pearl HarborHickam Police 505 Hangar Avenue Hickam AFB, HI 96853

PHONE: 474-2222 474-6752 FAX: 449-6612

Purpose: Law enforcement on Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Base Authority Extends To: Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam

ANIMAL TYPE

SERVICE

HOURS

Dogs/cats

Stray animal pickup, provide humane traps to public (if available).

24 hours

Dogs/cats

Dangerous animal response as directed by the on duty Flight Chief and deliver to Humane Society.

24 hours

All animals

Responds to animal bite complaints.

24 hours

Services Not Provided: Pickup of deceased animals, capture of non-dangerous/threatening animals

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Large Animal Poundmasters c/o 41-1490 Poalima Place Waimanalo, HI 96795

PHONE: 330-5173 FAX: 259-9223

Purpose: To recover stray domestic livestock and return them to owners or provide suitable shelter until placement can be made. Contact:

Richard R. Teixeira

Authority Extends To: East Honolulu to Kaaawa

ANIMAL TYPE

SERVICE

HOURS

Livestock: horses goats, sheep, mules, hogs or cattle

Captures large stray animals

24 hours

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Military Game Warden Schofield Barracks Provost Marshall Office Attn: Game Warden Schofield Barracks, HI 96857

PHONE FT. SHAFTER: 655-7114 SCHOFIELD: 655-5555

Contact: Police Officer Fialua, Game Warden Purpose: Prevention of inhumane treatment of animals on Army installations, pickup of lost or found animals, enforcement of military requirements in accordance with the State. Authority Extends To: Schofield Barracks, Helemano and Wheeler Army Airfield, Fort Shafter

ANIMAL TYPE

SERVICE

HOURS

Dogs, cats, birds, rabbits

Handle complaints, set humane traps and investigate cruelty and neglect

Mon. – Fri. 7:30 am – 4 pm

Pearl Harbor Navy Animal Warden: 471-7114 Military Information: 449-7110

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NOAA - National Marine Fisheries Service 1845 Wasp Boulevard, Building 176 Honolulu, HI 96818 (on Ford Island)

PHONE: 725-5360 REFERRAL HOTLINE: (800) 853-1964

Website: www.pifsc.noaa.gov/psd/contact_us.php Stranded Sea Turtles Marine Turtle Research Program Phone: 725-5730 Pager: 286-4377 (weekends, holidays & after hours) Whales, Dolphins & Seals Pacific Island Regional Office 1845 Wasp Boulevard, Building 176 Honolulu 96818 Hotline: (888) 256-9840 Authority Extends To: Oahu

ANIMAL TYPE

SERVICE

HOURS

Stranded sea turtles

Respond to reports of stranded sea turtles

Mon. – Fri. 7:30 am – 4 pm Other, page 288-5685

Stranded monk seals

Respond if sick/injured

24 hours

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Sea Life Park 41-202 Kalanianaole Highway Suite 7 Waimanalo, HI 96795 Contact:

PHONE: 259-7933 FAX: 259-7900

Jeff L. Pawloski, Curator

Website: sealifeparkhawaii.com Purpose: To provide interactive animal programs, displays, shows and classes to educate the public about marine animals and environments. Rehabilitates seabirds, consults on stranded marine mammals through the National Fisheries Service and participates in the study of the endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal. Breeds endangered Humboldt penguins and green sea turtles. Authority Extends To: Oahu

ANIMAL TYPE

SERVICE

HOURS

All seabirds

Rehabilitation, shelter and care

24 hours

Services Not Provided: Pickup of seabirds or stranded marine animals

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Service Animals – State of Hawaii Disabilities & Communications Access Board 919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Room 101 Honolulu, HI 96814 Contact:

PHONE: 586-8121 FAX: 586-8129

Debbie Jackson, Legislative Liaison

Website: www.hawaii.gov/health/dcab Purpose: Provides advice and recommendation on legislation, rules, policies, procedures, and plans relating to persons with disabilities and their civil rights or service needs (i.e. service dogs). Provides technical assistance regarding service animals covered under the American with Disabilities Act and other federal laws. Authority Extends To: Statewide

ANIMAL TYPE

SERVICE

HOURS

All animals

Animals of people with disabilities

Mon. – Fri. 7:45 am – 4:30 pm (closed on state holidays)

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State Division of Forestry & Wildlife Dept. of Land & Natural Resources Oahu Wildlife Branch State of Hawaii 2135 Makiki Heights Drive Honolulu, HI 96822

Contact:

Jason C. Misaki, Wildlife Manager Phone: 973-9786 Fax: 973-9781

Contact:

Dispatch, Enforcement Branch Phone: 643-3567 Fax: 587-0080

PHONE: 973-9778 FAX: 973-9781

Purpose: To protect and manage native seabirds, waterbirds, forest birds, migratory birds and other native species including those endangered. Management of game species including feral pigs, goats and game birds. Issue permits to control nuisance species. Authority Extends To: Oahu, Kure Atoll (Northwestern Hawaiian Islands)

ANIMAL TYPE

SERVICE

HOURS

Feral pigs

Offers advice on rules regulating game animals

Daily 7:30 am – 4:30 pm

Birds

Offers advice and depending on various personnel and type of bird, transfer to rehab facility

Daily 7:30 am – 4:30 pm

Services Not Provided: Management of rehabilitation of common introduced species or nuisance wildlife control

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State Animal Quarantine Station Hawaii Dept. of Agriculture Animal Quarantine Station 99-951 Halawa Valley Street Aiea, HI 96701-5602 Contact:

PHONE: 483-7151 FAX: 483-7161

Animal Quarantine Station

E-Mail: rabiesfree@hawaii.gov Website: http://hdoa.hawaii.gov/ai/aqs Note:

Refer to website for requirements and information

Purpose: Hawaii’s quarantine law is designed to protect residents and pets from rabies. Dogs and cats that meet specific pre- and post-arrival requirements may qualify for the 5-day-or-less quarantine program, which allows direct release at Honolulu International Airport after inspection. The law requires that dogs and cats that do not meet all of the specific 5-day-orless program requirements be quarantined for up to 120 days.

ANIMAL TYPE

SERVICE

HOURS

Dogs/cats

Enforcement of quarantine for incoming animals

Mon. – Fri.: 8 am –11 am; 1 pm – 4:30 pm Wed.: 8 am –11 am; 1 pm – 5:30 pm Sat.-Sun.: 7 am – 10 am; Noon – 3:30 pm

Services Not Provided: Delivery of animals 18


State Plant Quarantine Branch (Airport Section)

State Dept. of Agriculture Honolulu International Airport 300 Rogers Boulevard Honolulu, HI 96819 Note:

PHONE: 837-8413 FAX: 836-6380 What can I bring into Hawaii? 837-8413

Call for animals in transit over 24 hours.

ANIMAL TYPE

SERVICE

HOURS

Non-domestic animals

Pickup, capture, enforcement

Daily 7:45 am – 4:30 pm

State Plant Quarantine Branch (Honolulu Office & Maritime Section) State Dept. of Agriculture 1849 Auiki Street Honolulu 96819

PHONE: 832-0566 FAX: 832-0584

Purpose: To preserve the State’s environment, agriculture and beauty from destructive pests. Enforcement of HRS 150A (Plants and Non-Domestic Animal Quarantine). Authority Extends To: Statewide

ANIMAL TYPE

SERVICE

Non-domestic animals

Pickup, capture, enforcement

HOURS

Mon. – Fri. 7:45 am – 4:30 pm, except holidays Services Not Provided: Delivery and shelter of animals 19


UH Dept. of Human Nutrition, Food & Animal Sciences College of Tropical Agriculture & Human Resources University of Hawaii at Manoa Agricultural Sciences Building #216 1955 East-West Road Honolulu, HI 96822

PHONE: 956-7095 FAX: 956-4024

Purpose: To enhance nutrition and health through education of people and developing and disseminating science-based information to promote sustainable food and animal systems. Authority Extends To: Statewide Animal Welfare, Douglas Vincent, Ph.D. Aquaculture, Spencer Malecha, Ph.D. Beef, Brent Buckley, Ph.D. Dairy, C.N. Lee, Ph.D. Swine, Halina Zaleski, Ph.D. Meat Science, Yong Soo Kim, Ph.D. Animal Biotechnology, Jinzeng Yang, Ph.D. Animal Feed and Forage, Mark Thorne, Ph.D. Animal Health, Ashley Stokes, DVM, Ph.D. Food Microbiology, Yong Li, Ph.D. Livestock Extension Education (Kauai), Matthew Stevenson Livestock Extension Education (East Hawaii), Michael DuPonte Livestock Extension Education (West Hawaii), Glen Fukumoto 20


USDA, APHIS, Veterinary Service 3375 Koapaka Street, Suite H420 Honolulu, HI 96819 Contact:

PHONE: 838-2854 FAX: 838-2862

Dr. Cherilyn Hale, Port Veterinarian

E-Mail: HI.Import.Export.Services@aphis.usda.gov Authority Extends To: Statewide

ANIMAL TYPE Animals/birds

SERVICE

HOURS

Endorsement of health certificates for animals/birds exported to foreign countries

Mon. – Fri. By appointment

Services Not Provided: Quarantine for dogs or cats

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USDA, APHIS, Wildlife Services 3375 Koapaka Street, Suite H420 Honolulu, HI 96819 Contact:

PHONE: 838-2841 FAX: 838-2862

Craig S. Clark, Hawaii State Director, TWS Certified Wildlife Biologist

E-Mail: Craig.S.Clark@aphis.usda.gov Purpose: To provide federal leadership and expertise in resolving human and wildlife conflicts. Hawaii residents, industries and agencies call on Wildlife Services (WS) for help in protecting agriculture, human health and safety, natural resources and property from damage or threats posed by wildlife. Professional wildlife biologists respond with effective, selective and humane strategies to resolve wildlife conflicts. WS works to reduce wildlife damage to agriculture, native forests, endangered species and game species, while educating the public about wildlife and wildlife damage management. Specific projects conducted by Hawaii WS include: • Managing wildlife hazards to aviation at civil airports and military airfields • Protecting corn seed research crops from bird depredation • Controlling crop damage caused by feral pigs and deer • Protecting endangered plants from rodents, feral sheep and goats • Protecting endangered birds and native seabird nesting colonies from predation • Conducting sampling and monitoring for West Nile virus and avian influenza • Conducting control of invasive species, such as frogs and parrot species

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U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Pacific Islands Fish & Wildlife Office P.O. Box 50088 300 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 3-122 Honolulu, HI 96850

Contact:

Ken Foote, Public Affairs Specialist

Phone:

792-9535 or 792-9581

PHONE: 792-9400 FAX: 792-9580

Purpose: Provides administrative guidance and oversight for 22 National Wildlife Refuges and four Marine National Monuments in Hawaii and the Pacific. Oversees the conservation and protection of threatened, endangered and other at-risk species. Ensures compliance with the Endangered Species Act, conservation partnerships with public and private land owners, invasive species and contaminant issues throughout the Pacific. Authority Extends To: State of Hawaii, Guam, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands and other remote islands.

ANIMAL TYPE

SERVICE

HOURS

National Wildlife Refuges and Marine National Monuments

National Wildlife Refuges and Marine National Monuments

Mon-Fri 7 am – 4:30 pm 792-9540

Endangered species migratory seabirds

Endangered species migratory seabirds

Mon-Fri 8 am – 4 pm 792-9400

Endangered species

Endangered species

Mon-Fri 6:30 am – 3 pm 861-8525

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Waikiki Aquarium, University of Hawaii 2777 Kalakaua Avenue Honolulu, HI 96815

PHONE: 923-9741 FAX: 923-1771

Contact: Andrew Rossiter, Ph.D. Director E-Mail: andrewro@hawaii.edu Purpose: To protect the life of the ocean through education, research and conservation. Authority Extends To: Oahu

ANIMAL TYPE

SERVICE

HOURS

Hawaiian monk seal

Help report sightings to National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS)

Daily 8 am – 5 pm

Green sea turtle

Help NMFS with sighting and recovery

Daily 8 am – 5 pm

Illegal imports of aquatic life

Help State Dept. of Agriculture with holding

Daily 8 am – 5 pm

Services Not Provided: Pickup of seals, turtles or fish

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This booklet was published by the Hawaiian Humane Society as a public service in support of the many organizations and agencies that help animals. Contact Hawaiian Humane at 356-2222 or info@hawaiianhumane. org for updates to this directory. The Hawaiian Humane Society is an education and advocacy organization that also shelters, protects, rescues, reunites and rehomes animals. It is Oahu’s only open-admission shelter that welcomes all animals. Established in 1883, this non-profit organization is not a chapter of any group as there is no national humane society. Gifts made directly to this independent, local organization help local animals and people. Visit HawaiianHumane.org to learn more.


Hawaiian Humane Society Call 356-2200 or visit HawaiianHumane.org for hours of availability.

Field Services – 356-2250 Rescues, investigations, barking dogs, stray dogs, crowing complaints, animal pickups, etc. Admissions Center – 356-2285 Adoptions Center & Retrieval of Lost Animals – 356-2218 Community Advocacy – 356-2217 Dog Licensing – 356-2200 Donations & Gifts – 356-2213 Education – 356-2206 Events – 356-2225 Feral Cat Sterilization – 356-2254 Foster Care – 356-2229 Humane Trap Loans – 356-2285

Neuter Now – 356-2200 Paws on the Path Hike Club – 356-2222 Pet Food Bank – 356-2222 Pet Lost & Found – 356-2228/2218 Pet Microchip Database – 356-2200 Volunteering – 356-2216

2700 Waialae Avenue Honolulu, Hawaii 96826-1899 Phone 356-2200 Fax 955-6034 HawaiianHumane.org

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