Morris Animal Foundation to Award $1 Million to Research Australian Wildfires’ Impact on Wildlife
To help preserve and restore Australian wildlife, the Foundation will allocate $1 million that will fund studies on how the country’s wildfires affect its native animals.
Highly Contagious Kennel Cough Often Vexes Dog Owners
Kennel cough is a common respiratory infection of dogs. Although the disease has been recognized for decades, the problem isn’t as straightforward as originally suspected.
Morris Animal Foundation Announces Rolling RFPs for Golden Retriever Lifetime Study
The Foundation is accepting requests for proposals for its Golden Retriever Lifetime Study. These projects will contribute to the understanding of risk factors for cancer and other diseases in dogs.
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Ensuring the Future of Australia's Wildlife
We've allocated $1 million for scientific research grants to study the effects of Australia's bushfires on its wildlife.