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Military Veterinarian Clinics

The U.S. Army Veterinary Corps operates four veterinary medical facilities on Oahu that provide services for pets owned by qualified patrons (DEERS enrollment).

 

Fort Shafter

Building 435………………………… 808-433-2271

 

Schofield Barracks

Building 936………………… 808-655-5889/5893

 

Pearl-Hickam Joint Base

Building 1864………………………. 808-449-6481

 

MCBH

Building 455………………………… 808-257-3643

 

Pets are seen by appointment. Appointment times vary depending on the facility, but most sites offer appointments Monday through Friday, with occasional evening and weekend appointments offered.

Services offered include routine sick-call appointments and well-patient exams with a focus on prevention-medicine and wellness services such as vaccination, fecal testing, heartworm and infectious disease screening, health certificates and microchipping. Most facilities offer laboratory testing and radiology services.

Some facilities offer routine surgical (spay, neuter, mass removal) and dental services on a space-available basis.

All services and products are associated with a fee to the pet owner that is due at the time services are provided. Fees are generally significantly lower than those charged by civilian veterinary practices.

Due to the limited extent of services and no emergency services, it is recommended that all pet owners have civilian veterinary care options established.

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