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Javan Rhinoceros: Working Together to Save a Species

We have all heard that it takes a village to raise a child. Did you know it also takes a village to save a species from extinction? Groups of skilled researchers, wildlife managers and government officials working together with organizations, such as Morris Animal Foundation are all needed to ensure species survival. The Javan rhinoceros is one such species that needs help from the research village.

August 15, 2014

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Indy Dog Lovers Unite to Fight Canine Cancer

Dog lovers in Indianapolis are gearing up for the Indy K9 Cancer Walk on Saturday, September 13, at Eagle Creek Park. Proceeds from the event will benefit Morris Animal Foundation, a national nonprofit organization that invests in science to advance veterinary medicine for animals. Registration is now open at All animal lovers are encouraged to join.

August 11, 2014

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Training Grant Helps Student Pursue Her Passion

Audrey is currently participating in a Morris Animal Foundation training program that helps aspiring veterinary oncology researchers pursue new avenues in veterinary cancer care at Colorado State University. Her journey to this program began 10 years ago after her first child, Aidan, was born with a rare but fatal birth defect.

August 8, 2014