Best of Honolulu 2014: Services
The 30 editorial and reader picks for the most helpful services from our Best of Honolulu 2014 issue.
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Best Way to Spoil Your Dog
Your dog is a raw-foodie at heart, so why not give the little carnivore what his or her heart desires? Raw Dog Hawaii has full meal plans that include beef, organic chicken, fish, a few veggies and lots of bones. All of it is fresh-frozen and, of course, mouthwateringly raw. The ingredient list reads like Alan Wong’s menu: “local grass-fed beef,” “in-season vegetables,” “local eggs,” “pasture-raised lamb ... raised at the Tin Roof Ranch in Haleiwa.”
Raw Dog Hawaii, rawdoghawaii.com
Best Place to Get a Pet
All the pets at the Hawaiian Humane Society have had a bad break in life, otherwise they wouldn’t be there. That doesn’t make them bad pets. With about 100 animals ready for adoption at any given time, the Humane Society lays claim to the widest selection of pets on the island. It should be the first stop on any quest for a new dog, cat, bird, turtle, guinea pig, rabbit or lovable rodent. The online photo gallery (hawaiianhumane.org/adoptions) allows searches by breed, species, size, gender and age. Or just page through the whole heart-tugging lineup.
Hawaiian Humane Society, 2700 Waialae Ave., 356-2200, hawaiianhumane.org