Thank you for your support!
With your help, our Veterinary Outreach Program can continue to help underserved animals in an outstanding way.
Ohio State’s College of Veterinary Medicine works in collaboration with Faithful Forgotten Best Friends, the Capital Area Humane Society, and LifeCare Alliance (Meals-on-Wheels) to provide care to pets owned by low-income, elderly, disabled, homeless, and homebound residents in Franklin County. For these owners in difficult situations, their pets are often their only lifeline.
Your support will help secure the important bond between people and their pets, and for each $250 raised, another pet will receive needed preventive care including vaccines, heartworm and flea protection, and parasite control. Our goal today is to provide preventive care to as many underserved pets as possible.
Your participation in our efforts will enter you in a raffle for the opportunity to be 1 of 10 individuals selected for the inaugural “Buckeye Love Veterinary Medicine Class of 2017”. Members of this class will be veterinary students for a day and receive a behind-the-scenes tour of the Veterinary Medical Center as well as lunch with Dean Rustin Moore or Executive Associate Dean and Chief Medical Officer Roger Fingland.
Missed the Day of Giving? You can still make a gift.