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Foundation Announces Four New Veterinary Fellowships for Advanced Study

The Morris Animal Foundation Veterinary Fellowships for Advanced Study are four-year grants designed to financially support veterinarians while they return to school for training to gain a PhD in a field of animal health research. The Foundation recently granted four new Veterinary Fellowships for Advanced Study (learn more about them below), which brings the total number of current fellowships to 12.

October 22, 2014

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University Spotlight: Tufts University

Located in North Grafton, Massachusetts, a short drive from Boston, the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University began offering its doctor of veterinary medicine curriculum in 1978. Just five years later, Morris Animal Foundation funded its very first animal health study at Tufts University, a project that examined treatment for feline leukemia.

October 20, 2014

Cammi and Bro

Every day was the happiest day of her life

To Tracy and Andy Dauterman, Cami was no ordinary dog. As most Golden Retriever owners can attest, Cami was an adorable and rambunctious puppy who loved nothing more than to chase lizards and play splash in the pool, but wherever she went, Cami always seemed to attract the attention of perfect strangers that would admire her pretty and happy face.

October 20, 2014