Affordable Pet Boarding, LLC, is a Waianae pet hotel serving Honolulu and other nearby communities. Dog and cat guests stay in separate buildings. Canines are in kennels of varying sizes, and they go outside for at least 30 minutes, at least three times per day. Because the play area has artificial grass, staff members can easily keep it clean and healthy for canine guests.
Waianae, HI(808) 668-2622
Aloha Dog, in Honolulu, boards and grooms dogs from the city and the surrounding areas. Boarding for dogs weighing less than 20 pounds costs $40, and on the first day of boarding, all dogs must undergo basic grooming. The cost of grooming is not included. Grooming services available include shampoo, nail cutting, ear care, stomach shaving, and anal gland cleaning and trimming. Microbubble skin therapy is also available.
Honolulu, HI(808) 591-1727
Dogs from all over Honolulu County come to Animal Clinic of Honolulu, not just for veterinary medical care, but also for the practice’s boarding and grooming services. Staff members continually watch over dogs, brushing them, taking them on walks, and otherwise lavishing them with attention, to help them feel happy and healthy. Cats live in a separate boarding facility, in individual kitty condos.
Honolulu, HI(808) 734-0255
Feather and Fur Animal Hospital, which has operated in its Kailua location for more than two decades, is a veterinary medical clinic that also features dog and cat boarding facilities. The American Animal Hospital Association accredited practice has a team of qualified kennel attendants to watch over Honolulu-area boarders 24/7.
Kailua, HI(808) 254-1548
Furever Friends Play and Stay is a Honolulu daycare and boarding service that accepts both dogs and cats. The property includes open play areas where pet owners’ dogs can freely exercise and socialize with each other. Cats stay in a feline-exclusive part of the facility that features kitty toys and playgrounds. Pet owners interested in leaving their companion overnight at Furever Friends Play and Stay need to bring the animal to daycare at least twice beforehand, to ensure that he or she becomes acclimated to the space and staff members.
Honolulu, HI(808) 845-7297
YukikoHirata, the founder of Johnny's House Dog Salon, is a licensed groomer and breeder with extensive experience using Japanese grooming and trimming techniques. Ms. Hirata also provides Honolulu Metro dogs with daycare and overnight boarding services, in a cage-free indoor environment with comfortable bedding and a carpeted floor. Overnight stays cost $35 for dogs under 15 pounds and $45 for larger dogs. For an additional fee, Ms. Hirata and her sister, Yuki Hirata, can groom their boarders. Johnny’s House Dog Salon does not accept dogs who weigh more than 40 pounds.
Honolulu, HI(808) 942-7952
Kaka'ako Pet Hospital, which opened in Honolulu in December 2010, is a veterinary medical clinic that also includes on-site kennels, suitable for overnight stays. Before boarding at the facility, pets must become registered patients of the Kaka’ako Pet Hospital, meaning they will undergo a general health exam. Additionally, owners must disclose their companion’s vaccination status, and any other pertinent information, including medications. Dogs staying at the veterinary office receive at least three walks per day, two feedings per day, flea treatments, and complimentary baths and nail trimming.
Honolulu, HI(808) 592-9999
Nalowinds Boarding Kennels, based in Waimanalo since 1987, focuses on making dogs happy and well-socialized. The on-site dog runs include built-in sanitation systems and drainage, designed to keep the environment dry and clean. Additionally, Nalowinds Boarding Kennels’ climate control system maintains a constant 75 degrees Fahrenheit with low humidity.
Waimanalo, HI(808) 259-7349
Ohana Doggie Daycare, a Honolulu Metro dog boarding facility, has been caring for local families’ dogs for more than 11 years. The company takes a cage-free approach to dog boarding. Dogs stay in communal sleeping areas, on beds and couches with blankets and pillows. Ohana Doggie Daycare’s canine guests have access to a bevy of grooming and spa services, including not just baths and haircuts but also avocado facial treatments and aromatherapy massage.
Honolulu, HI(808) 791-3647
Paws for a Cause, in Kaneohe, is a boarding and daycare facility that serves Honolulu Metro dogs. Staffing the facility are participants in Hale Kipa, a nonprofit organization that provides local youth with marketable job skills and work experience. Staff members, all of whom are trained and certified in companion animal care, focus on giving their canine guests plenty of off-leash exercise. Dogs who stay at Paws for a Cause sleep in a cage-free social environment. The team encourages them to experience healthy interactions with their playmates and roommates.
Kaneohe, HI(808) 235-0005
Pets in the City has a selection of daycare, grooming, and boarding options for pet owners in the Honolulu area. Prices vary depending on the size of the dog and how long he or she will be staying at the facility. Optional grooming services are available from groomers who have received certification from Wag My Tail Grooming School.
Honolulu, HI(808) 593-1505
Poi Dogs Day Care & Boarding is a 24/7 boarding service for Honolulu area dogs. Staff members supervise dogs all night to make sure of their safety and health. Dogs who already participate in daycare at Poi Dogs Day Care & Boarding may stay at the facility’s kennels at any time. Otherwise, pet owners need to bring in their canines for at least two days of daycare, within a month of the check-in date.
Honolulu, HI(808) 536-4443
At the Honolulu Pet Clinic, cats and dogs from all over Oahu can stay during the day, as well as overnight, in a supervised, clean facility. Staff pet care professionals walk dogs at least three times a day, and at least one kennel monitor is always supervising dogs to ensure their health, safety, and comfort. Cats are boarded separately from canines in spacious kitty condos. The Honolulu Pet Clinic is American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) accredited, indicating that it complies with AAHA ethical and quality-of-care guidelines.
Honolulu, HI(808) 593-9336
The Pet Clinic, which opened more than six decades ago, is a Honolulu-based veterinary medical center with staff members from a range of professional and academic backgrounds. The fully licensed and insured team of pet care professionals includes members of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Academy of Veterinary Dermatology, and the Hawaii Veterinary Medical Association. Additionally, the clinic is an affiliate of the American Association of Feline Practitioners, and it is American Animal Hospital Association accredited. To maintain a stress-free environment, the facility uses pheromone diffusers. Adaptil, for dogs, and Feliway, for cats, keep animal boarders calm and well-behaved throughout their stay.
Honolulu, HI(808) 946-5096
Tradewinds Pet Suites is a premium cage-free dog boarding service located in Waianae that has served Oahu families since 2008. The secure, resort-type facility offers huge, fresh-air boarding kennels, where dogs can move freely between their indoor walk-in kennel area and their own private 25-foot outdoor run. Services include pictures and video of your pet on Facebook while you’re traveling, pet laundry service as needed and ambient music. Dog owners can choose from four types of oversized kennels to fit their pet's needs, including the climate-controlled Petite Suite for smaller guests and the massive Super King Suite, which is suitable for two or more members of the same Ohana. Additionally, guests have their own private playtime each day with our caregivers in a spacious play area filled with grass and mature Palm and Mango trees.
Waianae, HI(808) 696-4900
Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital, which opened in Waipahu in 1972, is an Oahu pet health care center that also provides overnight boarding. The boarding facility, which is open 24/7, accepts dogs, cats, birds, and reptiles as tenants. All dogs receive exercise at least three times per day and undergo ongoing supervision by qualified staff members. Kennel attendants immediately report physical or behavioral issues to the Waipahu Waikele Pet Hospital’s veterinary medical staff. Pet owners may bring their companions’ medications and food, which employees will administer according to their instructions.
Waipahu, HI(808) 671-7387