Our work makes a global impact
Morris Animal Foundation is a global leader in supporting scientific research that advances veterinary medicine. Since our founding, we’ve invested more than $113 million toward more than 2,500 studies that have improved the health and quality of life for dogs, cats, horses and wildlife around the world.
These studies have led to better preventions, diagnostic tools, treatment protocols and even cures for what ails the world’s animals. Some of these breakthroughs have become industry gold standards and are used in every veterinary practice in the country.
At any given time, Morris Animal Foundation is managing about 300 animal health and welfare research studies at the world’s most respected research institutions, colleges of veterinary medicine and zoos. Each year, we also fund about 30 veterinary student scholar projects.
These reports provide an overview for each of our species areas of focus, including dog, cat, horse and wildlife. The reports showcase accomplishments for the previous year, as well as give a listing of projects funded for the current year.
These reports provide an overview of our top five funding priorities.
- Healthy Animals Initiative
- Future Scientists Initiative
- Feline Infectious Peritonitis Initiative
- Osteosarcoma Initiative
- Golden Retriever Lifetime Study Initiative
Here are some of the significant health advances that have occurred for animals because of our funding.