In an effort to be able to accommodate as many spay/neuter surgeries as possible we will be asking and requiring everyone to adhere to our policies on scheduling community spay/neuter services.
We are now allowing parties to schedule 30-minute visits to meet adoptable animals at the shelter in person. To ensure the safety of our staff and community, only those with scheduled appointments will be allowed entry into the facility.
Are you a new pet parent, or looking to bolster your pet care skills? Read on for pet care and grooming guides, nutrition information, safety tips and more.
Take your foster hero status to the next level by helping your foster animal get adopted with these resources!
Calls to the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center involving cleaning supplies have increased by 65% in recent weeks. It’s important to remember that products intended to clean surfaces and keep us safe from viruses and bacteria might not be so safe for our pets. Keep...
On and around the Fourth of July, the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) sees an increase in calls concerning pets who have ingested fireworks, or are having issues due to the loud noises they make. However, with a little planning, you can ensure that your four-legged friends enjoy the holiday just as much as you do!
Maui Humane Society is encouraging pet owners to have a plan for their pets in the event that they fall ill. While there is currently no evidence you can contract COVID-19 from your pet, it’s important to plan ahead to protect your furry friends in the event that your own health is compromised.
Think some form of punishment is necessary when training your dog? The following examples will show you why it just doesn’t work and can make matters even worse.
The best way to protect your family from the effects of a disaster is to be prepared, and have a disaster plan. If you are a pet parent, that plan includes your pets. Keep reading to find out what should be included in your pet disaster preparedness and first aid kits, and for additional resources.
The Wings of Aloha program was created to fly pets to the mainland where there are animal welfare partners and new owners waiting for Maui’s homeless pets.