Small animal support
The animals we care for need our help. And we need yours.
Our clinical team provides leading care at over 45,000 cases per year at the Veterinary Medical Center, the majority of which are seen at the Robert Lewis Small Animal Hospital. Philanthropy supports veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and students, enables access to the latest technologies, and enhances physical spaces for improved patient care.
Financial assistance funds for families and non-profits lower barriers to care for animals in need of treatment. Your gift makes cutting-edge procedures and therapies available to animals in need of a helping hand.
Our clinicians and veterinary scientists are dedicated to discovering new diagnostic interventions and therapies for the entire family. Each day, our team learns more about diseases that impact not only dogs and cats, but also show promise in expanding our knowledge base in human medicine.
Franny, an 11-year-old Shetland Sheepdog was experiencing severe deformity in both of her front legs from inflammatory arthritis. To provide her with the most comfort possible, Betty Kramek, DVM, MS, DACVS, amputated Franny’s front legs and fitted her with prosthetics. Now, Franny is on the move.