COVID-19 UPDATE: Many veterinary clinics have suspended non-essential surgeries, including routine spay/neuter, due to the coronavirus crisis and its associated social distancing protocols. At this time, the Hawaiian Humane Society recommends checking with the veterinary clinic of your choice to see whether it is providing Neuter Now services prior to purchasing a certificate. The expiration date for all certificates purchased after March 1 will be extended until Dec. 31, 2020, in recognition of the lack of available appointments.
Veterinarians islandwide are offering reduced-rate sterilization surgeries in partnership with the City & County of Honolulu.
EBT/Kokua cardholders, Medicaid cardholders and low-income households receiving housing assistance may purchase up to 10 certificates per year for a reduced rate of $20 each. To apply for discounted Neuter Now certificates, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit any Satellite City Hall or the Hawaiian Humane Society. You will need an ID and your EBT/Kokua card, Medicaid card or a current low-income housing notice/voucher with your name on it. Payment must be made when the application is submitted and certificates will be mailed to approved applicants within 10 business days. If an applicant exceeds the allowable limit of certificate purchases in a calendar year, a refund will be issued.
You may purchase a certificate at the following locations:
- Satellite City Hall Locations Island Wide
- Hawaiian Humane Society
- Order a Neuter Now certificate online – Delivery via USPS mail (1-2 weeks for processing)
- Request a Neuter Now certificate by mail – Delivery via USPS mail (2-3 weeks for processing)
|$40||for male cat|
|$50||for female cat|
|$125||for male dog|
|$150||for female dog|
|$20||for any cat or dog for EBT/Kokua and Medicaid cardholders and low-income households receiving housing assistance.
• Pre-surgery exam
• Surgery Anesthesia
• Sterilization surgery
• Removal of stitches (if needed)
Participating Veterinary Clinics
Veterinarians decide if animals are medically fit for surgery and require vaccinations and other services prior to surgery.
The costs of any additional services (such as lab work) must be paid directly to the veterinarian. Clinics may also charge additional fees for animals that are over 3 years old or over 45 pounds. Each veterinarian determines the services provided and the cost of those services. We encourage pet owners to call different veterinarians to inquire about additional fees as they can vary from one clinic to another.
Aina Haina Pet Hospital, 732-9111
Animal Clinic of Honolulu, 734-0255
Blue Cross Animal Hospital, 593-2532
Community Spay/Neuter Center, 356-2255
Kakaako Pet Hospital, 592-9999
Kalihi Pet Clinic, 951-8808
Kamaaina Pet Hospital, 373-3911
Kapalama Pet Hospital, 841-2861
Ohana Veterinary Hospital, 845-1762
PetVet Animal Hospital, 834-7387
Purradise Cat Care Inc., 732-8884
The Pet Clinic, 946-5096
Aloha Affordable Veterinary Services, 445-3624
Animal House Veterinary Center, 689-1797
Cat-Bird Vet Mobile Hospital, 551-7289
Kapolei Pet Hospital, 462-8040
Mililani Mauka Veterinary Clinic, 626-7600
Mililani Town Center Pet Clinic, 625-6744
Oahu SPCA, 754-1519
Poi Dogs & Popoki, 551-7915
Wahiawa Pet Hospital, 621-7000
Waianae Veterinary Clinic, 696-4161
Waipahu-Waikele Pet Hospital, 671-7387
Kailua Animal Clinic, 263-8863
Makai Pet Hospital, 262-9621