Veterinary Clinic

Aloha and thank you for your interest in bringing your pets to the Marine Corps Base Hawaii Veterinary Treatment Facility.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide veterinary care to our Military Working Dogs (MWD) and to protect our service members, family members, and civilians by controlling, treating and preventing the spread of transmittable diseases. Within OCONUS, military veterinary facilities are authorized to treat transmittable diseases between humans and animals. We may refer your pet to a civilian veterinarian for the treatment of non-communicable conditions.

We are by Appointment Only, No Walk-ins or Emergencies. We would happily see your pet for routine vaccinations, puppy/kitten vaccination series, annual exams, minor sick calls, as well as the sale of prevention medication once your pet has an established relationship with our veterinarian. We do not provide any surgical care (including spay and neuter) or dentals.
We accept Visa, MasterCard and checks.

For the most up to date and current pricing, please give us a call at 808-257-3643. Any pricing charts that were released after April 2014 are now obsolete.

Registration

If you have never been seen at our clinic before, please come in person to register. For registration we do not need to see the pets, just a valid military ID card and any records or documents you have for the pet. Please bring in the attached forms as well to expedite your registration process:kitten

 

Civilian Veterinarian

Due to the multiple missions and priorities of the US Army veterinary Treatment facility and its Soldiers, it is crucial that you always have a Primary Civilian Veterinarian for after hours, surgical, in patient, routine and emergency care. Our goal is to provide quality medical care as our missions allow. If we are not available to provide care, we would like you to be aware of every possible option available.

Health Certificate

Health Certificates are REQUIRED for departure for all pets from Hawaii. Health certificates are valid for 10 days, the 10 days STARTS on the day that a veterinarian issues the certificate.

To book a Heath Certificate at our facility, you will need to be registered with our facility. You will need to ensure that your pets are current on required vaccinations and lab tests. Vaccinations and labs must be completed at least 10 days PRIOR to a health certificate appointment. It actually must be completed 48 hours prior to the health certificate. Vaccinations cannot be done during a health certificate appointment. If vaccinations will be done at an alternate facility, please ensure our facility has a copy of the vaccinations and labs at least 3 days prior to your appointment, if no vaccinations are on file your appointment will be subject to cancellation.

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