For Pet Emergencies
After 5pm Call

(808) 988-2188

The Honolulu Pet Clinic
115 Young St
Honolulu, HI 96814


  • Ed Hsu, VMD
    The Honolulu Pet Clinic welcomes Dr. Ed Hsu. Dr. Hsu is a graduate of University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and also earned a M.P.H from the School of Public Health from the University of California, Los Angeles with a concentration on Tropical & Infectious Diseases & Parasitology. He completed an internship at the Sacramento Animal Medical Group with every intention of continuing in general practice, but the lure of emergency medicine was too much to ignore. After having worked as an emergency/critical care veterinarian at many of the premier specialty and referral practices in Los Angeles over the last 15 years, he is returning to general practice with the purchase of The Honolulu Pet Clinic. Known for his fondness for Pomeranians, lop eared bunnies and polydactyl cats, when not caring for his patients, Dr. Hsu may be found paddle boarding, SCUBA diving, riding his motorcycle, trying to work his way through a 10,000 DVD movie collection or spending time with his 2 dogs and 9 cats.
  • Roger M. Kondo, DVM
    Dr. Kondo was the previous owner of The Honolulu Pet Clinic for 32 years before transferring ownership to Dr. Hsu. Dr. Kondo earned his veterinary medicine diploma from Washington State University 38 years ago. Although recently retired, Dr. Kondo missed his patients so much that he came back to work part-time. We are delighted!

  • Meghan Barrett, DVM

    Dr. Meghan Barrett is an Oahu native and ‘Iolani School alumni. She earned her BS and DVM degrees at the University of Hawaii Manoa and Colorado State University in Fort Collins.  Her professional interests include pain management and physical rehabilitation, and she is a certified veterinary acupuncturist for small and large animals. Dr. Barrett has a passion for ocean conservation and marine animal health and had the privilege of working with the veterinary staff at Sea Life Park Hawaii as an intern. She is also an accomplished musician and her parents both enjoyed lifelong careers with the Hawaii Symphony.  When she isn't working she enjoys spending time with her horse and Siberian husky, practicing yoga and being in nature.

  • Trilby Sheeser
    Hospital Administrator
    Trilby moved to Honolulu recently from Los Angeles with Dr. Ed Hsu and their 10 cats and 2 dogs. She has followed a long and meandering path to veterinary medicine. Trilby's first job after graduating from Middlebury College with a BA in psychology was as a restaurant dishwasher. Since then, she has worked in women's healthcare, movie production at Disney, fitness and most recently, spent 15 years as an admissions advisor at a medical college. Trilby can't believe how lucky she is to spend her days with animals and the people who love them. When not at The Honolulu Pet Clinic, she can be found getting lost on foot and by car, trying to pet all dogs at the mall and eating hot pretzels on her way to yoga.
  • Patty Yamashita
    Patty has been manning the front-lines at HPC for nearly half her life. As a receptionist, she has mastered the multi-phone juggle, while still providing excellent care and attention to each customer’s needs. In her tenure at the clinic, Patty has collected countless stories of adventures in veterinary reception, each one of them sure to make you laugh until your stomach hurts. Her ability to remain composed and find the humor in any situation is a real blessing to the team. In her spare time she often lifts weights, though carrying her three French bulldogs around like footballs under her arms is quite a workout in itself!
  • Paige Ward
    Paige grew up in Southern California until her family moved to O’ahu in 2009. She has previous reception experience in a vet clinic but most of her working career has been as a barista making coffee. She loves to travel and spending time with family and friends. Paige lives on the Windward Side and enjoys hiking and going to the beach in her free time. She hopes to continue to learn about the rewarding and exciting field of veterinary medicine while employed here at The Honolulu Pet Clinic.
  • Jessica Gatdula

    Jessica was born and raised on Oahu.  A fluent Tagalog speaker, she grew up in a bilingual Tagalog/English household.  Jessica has lived most of her life on the west side in the city of Waipahu.  She grew up with dogs and currently has two dwarf bunnies named Rvca and Roxy.  (Rvca is in the photo below but Roxy is camera-shy.)   Before joining The Honolulu Pet Clinic, Jessica spent almost 6 years in the airline industry and worked as a Certified Nurse Assistant before that.  In her free time,  she loves being with family, fishing, going to the beach, shopping, cooking and eating!

  • Yarnell Spencer
    Veterinary Technician
    Yarnell started her career in the veterinary field in 2005. Originally she applied for a vet tech position, but was asked to start as a customer service representative since she had prior receptionist experience in a human urgent care facility. After 2 years of mastering the art of multi tasking under pressure, while still promoting exceptional customer service, her drive & passion to work more closely with the animals got her cross- trained to finally become a tech. In 2014, Yarnell joined The Honolulu Pet Clinic. Here she continues to use her medical knowledge in wellness visits, surgery, ICU, & emergency critical care. She loves sharing her experiences with her new team members in order to provide patients with compassionate quality care. Creating new bonds with clients and their furry companions has kept her in this career for all these years!
  • Tess Miller
    Veterinary Technician
    Tess grew up in Tallahassee Florida where she earned her bachelor's degree in Environmental Science. Tess brings seven years of veterinary hospital experience to The Honolulu Pet Clinic.Through her volunteer work with wildlife rehabilitation centers and aquariums, she developed her love of exotic animals. She recently moved from Colorado and loves living on Oahu with everything the island has to offer.
  • Anu Keanini-Simmons
    Veterinary Technician
    Anu was born and raised in Kailua, Oahu. She grew up with different animals and always knew she wanted to do something in the veterinary field. Anu officially started her career in the veterinary field in 2012, but had already been working with animals in 2010 as a Hawaiian Humane Society volunteer in the surgical recovery area and adoption team. She has always had a huge love for animals with a special place in her heart for horses. Anu loves to learn new things daily with anything involving veterinary medicine. When not at the clinic, she loves being with her family, going to the beach, playing with her Bullmastiff 'Sunny', and watching movies!
  • Kylee Cornelio
    Veterinary Technician

    Kylee grew up in Mililani.  She just graduated with a Bachelors in Environmental Science from Montana State University Billings.  While at college, Kylee took advantage of her three full-ride volleyball scholarships.  Last summer she had the opportunity to intern at The Honolulu Pet Clinic with her sister Kelsie.  She was intrigued with the staff and how the doctors practiced, so it is only fitting that she returned to The Honolulu Pet Clinic as a full-time veterinary technician now that she has completed her education.  In her free time, Kylee loves going to the beach, riding her dirt bike and working on her truck with her uncle.

  • Candace Sumalpong
    Veterinary Technician

    Born and raised on the island of Oahu, Candace loves to help heal animals and people. In 2007, right out of high school, she started pursuing her career in the veterinary field. Candace worked her way up to the ladder to become a Veterinary Technician. She took a short detour as a dental assistant for people, but because her heart belongs to animals, she is now here at The Honolulu Pet Clinic. In Candace's spare time you can find her caring for her two adopted guinea pigs Juanito & Coco or spending time with her other half catching the latest movie or planning their next adventure together.

  • Ayaka Fox
    Veterinary Technician

    Born and raised in Japan, Ayaka is fluent in both Japanese and English.  She moved to Oahu in 2016 for college to pursue her dream of helping animals.   Ayaka is studying to become a registered Veterinary Technician.   Her passion for helping  animals began when as a child, she rescued her dog Nano from his life as a stray.  Ayaka's main goal l is to learn as much as she can so that she can help as many animals as possible. Outside of work and school her other hobbies include martial arts, traveling the world, and swimming at the beach.

  • Angela Warner
    Veterinary Technician

    Angela is from Mililani. She is currently pursuing a bachelors of sciences in Animal Science at UH Manoa. She began working in veterinary clinics in 2017 and is also involved in Veterinary Extension on campus. In the summer of 2018, she took a veterinary medical mission trip to Guatemala to help the communities with preventative care and spay/neuter clinics. This was a wonderful experience for her; Angela's interest in diverse veterinary fields grew. She wants to work with small and large animals as a future veterinarian and would like to pursue conservational medicine at some point in her career. Angela has one dog and two cats. If she has free time, you can find her at the beach, trying a new hike, or hunting for the best eateries!

  • Kylee Capece
    Veterinary Technician

    Kylee is from Northern California and a family of four beloved dogs.  She moved to Oahu in 2016 to pursue a Bachelors of Science Degree in Marine Biology and graduated in May of 2019.   Before transferring to UH, Kylee attended community college and played competitive volleyball.  While in college, Kylee decided she wanted to become a veterinarian.  She fell in love with marine mammal rehabilitation during her two years of volunteering at the Hawaiian Monk Seal Research Program at NOAA.  Besides working at NOAA, Kylee has been volunteering at other clinics, including the Hawaiian Humane Society and her family vet at home.   Along with volunteering, she was a member of the Pre-Veterinary Club at UH and an active member of Phi Mu Fraternity.   Kylee is gaining valuable clinical experience at The Honolulu Pet Clinic helping care for furry friends while she prepares to go to veterinary school in the near future. 

  • Hannah Coppo
    Veterinary Technician

    Hannah was raised in Clovis, California where she developed her love for animals and veterinary medicine. She worked for a large animal veterinarian for 5 years while attending California State University, Fresno, to obtain her Bachelors Degree in Animal Science with an emphasis in livestock production and management. Upon graduation she left home to continue her education and passion as a veterinary technician at a small animal practice. When she is not at The Honolulu Pet Clinic, Hannah loves riding horses, hanging out with her yellow lab, and rock climbing.