P.O. Box 492364
Keaau, HI 96749

ABOUT US

ALOHA ILIO RESCUE est. 2010  Non Profit 501(c)3

PBS HAWAI'I - HIKI NO (can do)

A weekly student news show with a statewide network of schools.

Students from Waiakea High School tell the story of a dedicated group of dog lovers who place homeless canines with their new, forever owners.

Our goal is to reduce the rates of euthanasia and  overpopulation of sad, neglected, and homeless dogs on the

Big Island.

We focus our efforts on making a meaningful impact on the stray and abandoned dog populations that fill the Humane Society.

HOW IT ALL STARTED:
Welcome to Aloha Ilio Rescue.  I'm Daylynn Kyles.  I have been rescuing  for many years.  After a health scare in 2009, I wanted to do something that made me happy and I decided to step up my rescue efforts a few notches.   My drive is to stop the over population and euthanasia of so many unwanted dogs on our Island, even if it's just a little bit at a time.  That's why I do, what I do with the help of many.

 

DAYLYNN KYLES

PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER

WHERE WE ARE NOW:

2017:  Things have evolved a lot over the years.  This organization has grown!  We are now a non-profit, 501c3 organization.  We went from under a hundred dogs a year finding great homes, to currently hundreds and hundreds of dogs a year going to fantastic families with perfect matches.  We have an amazing group of people that make this organization hum.   

Daylynn, Amanda and Jade

WHAT WE STRIVE FOR:

Please help us and convince your friends and family that breeding is not necessary.  Buying dogs on the internet does not help our cause.  There are many, many dogs at the Humane Society that need loving homes.  Please consider rescue for your next companion.  These dogs featured have been temperament tested, when necessary...potty trained, health checked and ready for their new homes. 

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