Shelter dogs from Kauai, Hawaii
Dogs Can Be Flown Out Of State… Please Inquire….
I hope to hear from you soon as time is of the essence…
Kauai is known for their red color dirt. Dye is made for T-Shirts from this red dirt. The dogs with red color in their coats has that same vibrant color of red. If you could see the Kauai dogs with this color in person, it’s absolutely beautiful!
You can also volunteer in the Transfer Programs…
Volunteer – Shelter Pet Transfer Program.
Most mainland shelters have a program like this already. They typically load up a vehicle with homeless pets and rely on volunteers to do the driving, but due to our unique location, our pets must fly. And everyone knows is not cheap!
Here are a couple of recently published articles on the Pet Transfer Program:
Saturday & Monday 10AM-330PM
Dog/puppy adoption fees include a microchip, spay/neuter surgery, dewormer, and heartworm test. Also, the dog/puppy is up to date on vaccinations, flea/tick treatment, and heartworm preventative. These services are a value of more than $300! Adopted dogs also go home with a trial bag of Science Diet dog/puppy food and a coupon for Natural Pet Hawaii.
Dog (over 6 months old): $60
Puppy (6 months or younger): $100
Dogs/puppies are required to leave on a collar and leash. They may be purchased at KHS or brought to KHS at the time of adoption. Also, all dogs/puppies are required to be licensed in the county of Kauai. The licensing fee is $17 for spayed/neutered dogs.
Cat/kitten adoption fees include a microchip, spay/neuter surgery, and dewormer. Also, the animal is up to date on vaccinations and flea/tick treatment. Adopted cats also go home with a free trial bag of Science Diet cat/kitten food and a coupon for Natural Pet Hawaii.
Cat (over 6 months old): $25
Kitten (6 months or younger): $60
All cats/kittens must leave in a cat carrier. You may bring your own carrier or purchase a temporary carrier for $5 from KHS.
Rabbit and guinea pig adoption fees include microchip and spay/neuter surgery.
Guinea Pig $15
– See more at: http://kauaihumane.org/adopt/howto#sthash.FUS8JASU.dpuf
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