Saying goodbye to a beloved friend is never easy. We understand this firsthand and want to help you through this difficult and emotional time in any way we can. We invite you to use this page to create a memorial to remember your pet and to share the special memories that you shared together with others. We also encourage you to reach out to our staff whenever you need support. We’ll get through this difficult time together.


Our sweet dwarf bunny was dearly loved. She would bring smiles to our faces with her playful ways. “Sparkle” would stare into our eyes until we shared our pears and blueberries with her. Sparkle you lit up our lives! You will always be with us in heart giving us warm thoughts. Love- Mom, Andrew, Magdalena and your buddy Stephen.


Musubi was a small Syrian hamster who had such a huge, positive influence on my life. The immediate bond and trust between us was indescribable and I am so thankful for it. We spent a beautiful year and a half together; celebrating each precious month that passed with new cage themes and fresh, seasonal treats! I’m going to miss her dearly and she will always have a special place in my heart.

Thank you to Dr.Sulliban for showing her great care during our visit when she was starting to lose a bit of her hair. We appreciated the kindness you showed us and were so happy with the successful treatment!

RIP Musubi ❤️ 9/21/17 - 4/20/19


In memory of my girl rabbit Olaf, she was a great friend and pet. She stuck with us through life as much as she could. She even moved here from California with me and traveled back and forth to visit family and friends. She will be dearly missed everyday! Rest in Peace Olaf and may you be free to run around in heaven's pastures.


Zero was anything but a zero...she came to me with that name however it stuck. I had 14 amazing years with this precious little girl. And that is what I am focusing on rather than the huge void.
Thank you for the care you gave my precious girl. Only wish I had found you sooner.
Aug 5 at 3:38 my girl went to the rainbow bridge. And I am sure we will be together again.


Hayley is the gorgeous Golden Retriever in the back. She was an amazing & very brave girl. She loved to be petted. So much so that if you started petting her she would never let you stop. And she had 2 unusual habits since we got her at 8 weeks. She belched. I mean like a human. And she liked to go to the right corner of the bed with her head under it to sleep. We love and miss her with all our hearts. And if I know her, she's waiting for us with her silly grin .

Oreo Belle

Oreo lived a life full of love and happiness. She brought us incredible joy every day. Words will never describe her amazing spirit, silly personality, lovable sweetness and character. Oreo was the best and most perfect pet we could have ever wished, hoped, or asked for. She was our best friend and she truly taught us what unconditional love is. Oreo was beyond special and we were extremely blessed to be her mom and dad ❤

Oreo will be loved and missed every single day & will forever be in our hearts. Rest in peace Oreo Belle 05.01.2009 - 07.08.2019 🙏🐶

Thank you to everyone at Aloha for always taking great care of her!


We brought Toby home in June 2007. He was born and raised in Hawaii and has won the hearts of everyone who met him. He has been our biggest supporter through thick and thin, always there to comfort us and show us his unconditional love. Unfortunately, he suffered from bad legs and a kink in his neck and he was too little to put under anesthesia to correct the problem so he had to deal with his issue. He was a trooper and never showed that he suffered until recently. On May 21, 2019 we had to make the hardest decision to put him down and take his pain away. We want to thank the doctors and staff at Aloha Animal Hospital for taking good care of Toby. After we got his ashes home, we received a card signed by everyone and a little red heart memorial. This meant the world to us. You truly do have the Aloha Spirit and we appreciate you with all our heart. Mahalo!!

Amy & Emma

I've lost my Amy and Emma in the last few months.I just want to say that I appreciated the signed cards and little hearts with their names, more than you could know. The veterinarians and staff there are a class act. I now have a rescue dog and I will confidently take her to your hospital if and when the need arises.Thanks again for all the love and care you gave my babies.

Amy & Emma

I've lost my two babies, Amy & Emma, in the last few months. I just wanted you to know that I appreciated the signed cards and the little red hearts with their names, more than you could know. The veterinarians and staff there are a class act. I now have a rescue dog, and I will confidently take her to your hospital if and when the need arises. Thanks again for all the love and care you gave my babies.

Apache Star

Apache (nick named Patchy) was a kitten that took me 3 1/2 days to capture (he was crying out one night when I was sitting on my patio). He got his name because I lived in an apt complex that had the name Apache in it and also because he came through a grate in the wall behind my bldg from Star Nursery. He fit in the palm of my hand when I rescued him and it wasn't easy. With the help of God, I had to lure him out with treats and when he got close enough to me, I had to grab him and not let go for fear if I did I would never get the chance again to catch him. And believe me, he bit and scratched and screamed leaving me bloody on both hands and wrists as I walked with him back to my apartment where I could keep him safe and sound for the rest of his life! We bonded immediately. And for 7 1/2 years we had the most loving relationship that I ever experienced with a furry family member (I tear up just thinking about him). I lost a piece of my heart when I lost him. We would go on walks quite often and he had his favorite rock as you can see, that we always had to stop by so he could lay on it and just watch as people would walk by; even with their dogs. He was with me all the time since I don't work, I can't even explain how much love we had for each other….the stories are endless! Unfortunately, he had a neurological problem all those years called Feline Hyperesthesia, which caused him so many health problems through the years, especially towards the end when I had to make the decision (saddest one ever) to let him cross over the Rainbow Bridge on October 22, 2018. But through it all, he still always wanted to snuggle up to my face with his and get kisses, his love was never ending towards me! He is forever in my heart and is missed so very much! Someday we will meet again........