In response to the devastating Maui wildfires, Maui Humane Society will hold a “Tribute Paddle-Out for Pets” Sept. 16 in honor of pets and people lost in the August wildfires.
Maui Humane Society is providing community members who have been affected by the fires with a free microchip and wellness clinic at the Mayor Hannibal Tavares Community Center located at 91 Pukalani St, Makawao, HI 96768 from 10am-4pm on Thursday, September 7th. We...
Luscious was found near the Pali tunnel in rough shape and was brought to MHS for help. He is waiting for much-needed surgery to take care of his eye and teeth and to remove some tumors to make him more comfortable.
Benji (formerly Morty) was still recovering from mange and a flea/tick infestation when he was adopted in Washington state through the MHS Wings of Aloha Transfer Program.
Kaimana was returned 3 times before she found her furever home in 2017! Now, her loving parents help her avoid stressful situations so she can live her best life.
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.
This event will be streaming LIVE on the Maui Humane Society Facebook page. For 12 hours our participants will share a kennel with an MHS shelter dog to help create awareness about what it’s like for our dogs to be in the kennel, what goes into their care, and...