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Hawaii Military Pets

Launched August 2011, Hawaii Military Pets is a one-stop resource for all Hawaii military pet information, celebrating the bond between all animals and our Hawaii men and women in uniform. Through this online resource, find pet transport information, boarding services, Hawaii military pet policies and more. This project is an interactive way for service members to talk about what resources they need for their forever family pet. This is also a forum to solicit feedback on issues such as military breed bans, feral cat issues on base, foster and adoption programs for the deploying troops, as well as overall military pet policies. Please call 808-388-3423 for more information.

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