Get animal support from Maui Humane Society's mobile Lahaina Pet Resource Center for fire survivors

Maui Humane Society opened the Lahaina Pet Resource Center on Feb. 7, 2024, a mobile veterinary clinic offering free wellness services to pets affected by the fire.

This space will serve displaced Lahaina pet owners and those affected by the fire in an accessible location in West Maui, including the more than 400 pets living with their displaced families in temporary hotel housing. The following services will be provided:

  • Distribution of free pet food
  • Distribution of free pet supplies, such as collars, leashes, kennels, and more
  • Weekly mobile veterinary clinics for wellness services, such as vaccines, microchips, and flea prevention
  • On-site support from MHS’ Wildfire Community Liaison, who will work one-on-one with pet owners seeking resources for pet-friendly housing, financial support for off-island pet travel, resources for veterinary care, and more
  • Services offered at this location will evolve based on the needs of affected pet owners

Pet owners in need can also schedule one-on-one consultations with MHS’ Wildfire Community Liaison for specialized support.

MHS’ mobile veterinary clinic will offer free wellness services for affected pets each Wednesday at this location. Pet owners are encouraged to visit for more information about veterinary services and scheduling.

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