Improving the Quality of Life of Pets and their People
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Helping Our Poi Dogs and Popoki
Poi Dog:  Mixed dog or mutt (or I'lio in Hawaiian)

Popoki:  Hawaiian word for cat.

PDP is a 501c3. Make your tax deductible donations here. Help us end euthanasia by reducing pet overpopulation on Oahu.


Mahalo to our Sponsors




19th Puka Golf Tournament
Friday, November 7,
11:30 AM Shotgun
Hoakalei Country Club
2-Person Shamble


Join PDP at this 6th annual golf tournament to raise fund for spay and neuter services, veterinary care, and food for Popoki Place, PDP's unadoptable cat sanctuary.

For more information including sponsorship and registration, go to the 19th Puka homepage.

Or download the PDP 19th Puka Registration Form.


Mahalo to all the participants and sponsors of the first annual West Oahu Pet Walk! It was a great day of fun in the sun with 200 attendees including pet owners, exhibitors, volunteers, and of course - our favorite furry and four-legged friends.

Go to our Facebook page to see more photos of pets and their people. And join us next year for the second annual West Oahu Pet Walk!

The Big Fix:
Mobile Spay and Neuter

The Big Fix is a fully equipped veterinary surgical unit that enables us to provide affordable spay and neuter services in some of our most rural and underserved areas of Oahu. Sterilization is the single most effective strategy to reducing pet overpopulation and ending euthanasia.

The Big Fix - Clinic Dates

November 2 - Cats at Patsy Mink Regional Park (Waipio)
November 3 - Dogs at Nanakuli Beach Park
November 9 - Dogs at Patsy Mink Regional Park
November 15 - Cats at the North Shore Market Place (Haleiwa)
November 16 - Dogs at Waimanalo Beach Park
November 17 - Cats in Kaneohe at Hawaiian Memorial Cemetery
November 23 - Cats at the North Shore Market Place
November 24 - Dogs at Nanakuli Beach Park

Drop off times will be assigned for dogs: morning drop off between 8 and 9 am; afternoon drop off between 1 and 2 pm.
Pet cats are dropped off 8 am. Feral cats are dropped off at 9 am. Owners will be called for pick up.

Cost to sterilize are:
$105 for male dogs
$125 for female dogs
$45 for pet cats
$25 for feral cats

We accept cash, check or credit card (using our paypal link on this page).  Special subsidized rates are available for those that cannot afford the cost and includes surgery, microchip identification and pain medication. We pay for the microchip and it is mandatory. If your pet is already microchipped, there is no discount. E-collars are available for $5. There are no other hidden fees.

Clinics are open to everyone. Appointment is required. We do not require vaccinations to participate.

Please email alicia@poidogsandpopoki.org to make your appointment. Please include:
  • Name
  • Contact number
  • Dog or Cat (pet or feral for cats)
  • Male or Female
  • For dogs - approx. weight as well as breed
  • Choice of clinic date/location

Email is best if you have questions. Response time is quicker. But you can also call Alicia at 551-7915. You will get a confirmation email, and then a follow up email will be sent a few days prior to the clinic with more details and clinic forms including surgery protocols.

Sponsor a Spay/Neuter Clinic
While some funding allows to subsidize services for those that cannot afford it, PDP welcomes local businesses, property managers, and other groups interested in bringing The Big Fix to their community to engage in Trap-Neuter-Return, the only compassionate solution to feral cat management.  Please contact PDP President, Alicia Maluafiti, at alicia@poidogsandpopoki.org to discuss sponsorship options that will fit any budget and support your goal.

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