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Thank you for giving us so much more than we expected: comfort, confidence and care. We received the clay impression today. Thank you so much, it is beautiful. I love the details and feel like he is with me.

Welcoming animals into our families and lives reaps many rewards. It always seems way too soon when the time comes to say goodbye, so it’s comforting to know that you have more choices than ever to ensure a peaceful and dignified transition for both you and your beloved animal friend.

How can we help?

Here are some of the services and resources that we offer. Or if you prefer, give us a call at 808-435-3006, or drop us an email at info@armsofaloha.com with your questions, and we’ll help you figure out what is best for you.



Meet our Team

Mission Statement

Arms of Aloha brings comfort and dignity to beloved animals and their caregivers with medical, emotional, and spiritual support throughout a pet’s chronic illness and end-of-life phase. We firmly believe in a team approach, offering highly personalized care that respects the needs and wishes of the family unit. Our mission is to facilitate a meaningful, peaceful, and even beautiful end-of-life experience for both the pet and their family.

Core Values

We demonstrate mutual respect among all team members, including the caregivers.
We strive to practice empathy for the community of animal lovers that we serve. We understand that people are not always their best when they are grieving, and forgive easily.
We are committed to following evidence-based medical practices whenever possible.
We are open to new ideas or alternative pathways if the situation calls for it, and couple that with respectfully educating the caregivers about the risks and benefits of any proposed plan.
We commit to supporting each other as thoughtfully as we support our patients and clients.
We expect a reasonable work-life balance for all team members, regardless of any individual’s family or employment status. We know we do our best work if we each have the opportunity to rest and recharge.

The Hospice Team

A true team mentality is critical to effective and compassionate care. All team members are responsible for representing the best interests of the pet as much as they can.

The Hospice Team always includes:

  • The caregiver(s) – the family unit who cares for the patient. The caregivers have the final say in all treatment decisions
  • The veterinarian – directs medical care and provides expert advice to the team
  • The technician – a registered veterinary technician (similar to a registered nurse) is the liaison between the caregivers and the veterinarian, monitors the patient’s status and well-being, and facilitates smooth implementation of the personalized care plan
  • The caregiver support team – pet loss grief counselors, chaplains and licensed clinical therapists ensure that the family’s needs are being met

The Hospice Team can also include:

  • Other veterinary professionals and clinics who may help care for the patient, including but not limited to the referring veterinary practice, rehabilitation and physical therapy specialists, acupuncturists, and holistic practitioners
  • Extended family and close family friends
  • Pet sitters, groomers and other pet care professionals who help ensure the patient’s comfort and well-being
  • Animal communicators and other members of the community whom the family want to be involved

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