Pets in Waikiki


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  • Precious Paws Honolulu
    To owner Jessica Simmons, Precious Paws is more than just a pet project. She studied shelter management at a farmed-animal sanctuary, where she provided health care and companionship to more than 100 rescued animals––dogs, sheep, and bulls to name a few. This, along with being a lifelong animal lover, gives her special expertise in caring for any creature, whether it be a dog, cat, horse, rabbit, or wide-eyed politician. Jessica can provide quick dog walks or more elaborate field trips or home stays.
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    1947 Ala Wai Blvd #8
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Waikiki Dog Grooming
    Set within the Waikiki Landmark high-rise, with its shining glass windows and waterfalls that cascade into swimming pools, Waikiki Dog Grooming sets tails a-wagging with spa-like canine pampering. Experienced groomers lather up fur or dogs wearing fur coats in sudsy baths and then dry them with a gentle room-temperature blow dryer. They also clip nails, brush teeth, and perform Furminator deshedding treatments. As an added perk, customers can choose between a complementary bow or bandanna for their pet after their services are done.
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    1888 Kalakaua Ave Apt 2004
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Isle Discount
    On his webpage, iDcard CEO Shawn Dohmen explains that his title stands for "Cheap Executive Officer"?a joke that references his fondness for finding deals on everything from restaurant tabs to golf games. Shawn's knack for saving money spawned the idea for his company, which provides discounts on goods and services from hundreds of businesses in Hawaii and elsewhere. It was his desire to save trees, however, which led to the iDcard. Instead of carting around a cumbersome coupon book in a baby stroller, customers redeem their deals by handing their iDcards to the many merchants that accept them. Participating businesses in the iDcard network include restaurants, hotels, gyms, nightclubs, and pet groomers. Customers can show their card to sponsors over multiple visits, and receive the same discounted massage or meal each time. A downloadable phone app even alerts them to valid sponsors nearby, allowing them to easily locate opportunities for savings.
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    PO Box 75327
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Hawaiian Humane Society
    In 1897, the first Hawaiian Humane Society officers ventured out on horseback, investigating claims of animal cruelty across Oahu with a newfound legal authority. Apart from acting as physical advocates, they raised public awareness about the proper care of work animals and demonstrated how to conduct humane treatment and feeding. Today, the Hawaiian Humane Society’s overarching principle remains much the same: to promote the human-animal bond and the humane treatment of all animals. The organization’s staff and volunteers care for cats, dogs, and all animals that have been abandoned or neglected, advocating for animal welfare in the law and among the public. The organization's 30 programs and services include sterilization treatments and educational services, and its animal-cruelty officers have been deputized by the Honolulu Police Department to investigate cases of cruelty and neglect. Though they do not have the power to arrest people, they can mandate veterinarian services and issue citations and court summonses for complaints against pet owners.
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    2700 Waialae Ave.
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Slimco Honolulu
    The staff at The Slim Co use a non-invasive Body Light system for patients' body-contouring needs. Using gentle LED lasers, the treatment helps dispel stubborn inches from common target areas, such as the midsection and thighs, while clients relax to music or nature sounds.
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    1016 Kapahulu Avenue
    Honolulu, HI US
  • Calvin and Susie
    Animal-lovers at Calvin & Susie cater to four-legged customers, stocking premium chow, toys constructed from safe materials, and an array of wag-worthy gear. U.S.-made and durable toys such as floating throws, chews, and stuffed animals entertain dogs, and kittens can paw a Fling-ama-string cat toy ($30) or muse over back issues of The New Yorker. Calvin & Susie?s homemade treats ($7) incorporate crisp, human-grade ingredients and come in pooch-pleasing flavors such as peanut hearts and bacon bones and strips. Happy hounds dip muzzles into premium dog food, such as Great Life dry buffalo kibble baked without filler and animal byproducts ($47/17 lbs.). Bubble Shack dog wash ($12/16 oz.) and Nordic Naturals pet supplements ($15) maintain coats healthier than Olympians' track jackets, and shelves of gear for birds, fish, and bunnies keep smaller pets well-stocked with tasty nibbles.
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    1016 Kapahulu Ave
    Honolulu, HI US

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