.google-textad They are often hard at work in the middle of the night searching and helping, especially now with early New Year celebrations affecting neighborhoods throughout Maui. Central Maui starts the 2015 New Year with a BANG! Story by Lehia Apana | Photo by Ryan Siphers, TITLE Humane Enforcement Officer, Maui Humane Society. “This program has been extra motivating for me — it’s exciting knowing we can now be there no matter what time it is,” Adam says. It’s so rewarding to see the change not only in animals, but people, too.”. He says that one of the most effective tools is education. Saturday’s donation drive is an opportunity to offer kokua to them.”. For more information or to volunteer for the event contact Mahina Martin at 385-1221. { width:100%; margin-top:15px; margin-bottom:15px; padding-top:10px; padding-bottom:10px; border-top:1px solid #ccc; border-bottom:1px solid #ccc; text-align:center; color:#666; font-size:12px; display:none; “It’s a shame that people who won’t save their fireworks for New Year’s Eve don’t see what their fun is causing for many families and those families’ pets. If the collection of donated items exceeds the immediate needs of Valley Isle Animal Rescue, items will be shared with other animal rescue groups in need.

Saturday’s donation drive is an opportunity to offer kōkua to them.”.

The fear creates enough adrenaline that frantic dogs in particular are able to climb fences and break through barriers they otherwise would not be able to do under normal circumstances, surprising even their owners who took every precaution to prevent a runaway dog. { width:100% !important; height:auto !important; border-bottom:1px solid #ccc; It’s truly heartbreaking when a runaway pet can’t be found or becomes injured by roadway traffic,” said Mahina Martin. } The Registered Agent on file for this company is Suzanne Burry and is located at 2696 Iolani St, Makawao, HI 96768. Ige Announces Pre-Travel Testing Roll-Out October 15, DWS Declares Stage 1 Water Shortage for Upcountry and West Maui, Governor Approves Honolulu Modified Restrictions,Trans-Pacific Travel Delayed to Oct. 1st. { width:500px; height:0px; background-color:#333; padding-top:47.5%; position:relative; Arriving at the scene, Adam Powell noted that the asphalt where the dog was caught was a scalding 145 degrees Fahrenheit; the animal’s health was fading fast. All items should be new or in good condition. Hawaiian Electric donates electric vehicles to University of Hawai‘i Maui College Native Hawaiian program. According to event organizers, fireworks cause a significant increase in reports of animals missing from homes or found injured after escaping from a home and encountering traffic. } Print. @media screen and (max-width:700px){ .google-textad iframe{ height:200px !important; left:0px !important; } To reach the twenty-four-hour animal response hotline, call 808-877-3680, extension 211. Guardian Angels Animal Haven, Inc. - Valley Isle Animal Rescue is a Hawaii Domestic Non-Profit Corporation filed on June 22, 2013. The skin wounds were extensive and he required a lot of love, bandaging, and doctor’s care.

{ margin-bottom:8px !important; The Angel Fund also neutered and microchipped Goliath while he was under anesthesia to have his injuries addressed. var vastadloaded = 0; dogs, or educate a neglectful owner. Since 2011, Valley Isle Animal Rescue has been handling most of the island’s emergency calls, said Dennis Burns, who runs the operation in Makawao with his wife, Suzanne Burry. They are often hard at work in the middle of the night searching and helping, especially now with early New Year celebrations affecting neighborhoods throughout Maui. Santa will be on site to help accept donations and greet pets and children. Valley Isle Animal Shelter is a Hawaii Domestic Non-Profit Corporation filed on January 11, 2011. Burns said Valley Isle Animal Rescue has seven dogs needing homes, including Hoku and Little Man, a long-haired Chihuahua who was found in Kihei. The company's filing status is listed as Active and its File Number is 231624 D2. “During this time of year fireworks are being used illegally and it doesn’t give pet owners a chance to prepare their pets. The volunteer-based organization, operated by founders Dennis Burns and Suzanne Burry, has been doing emergency rescue services since 2011 and responds to over a hundred calls each year.