Learn How We're Helping Ensure the Future of Australia's Wildlife

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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.

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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.

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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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What We Do

Morris Animal Foundation is a nonprofit organization that invests in science to advance animal health. Since our founding in 1948, we have invested more than $155 million toward 2,700+ studies that have led to significant breakthroughs in diagnostics, treatments and preventions to benefit animals worldwide.

Our Global Impact

Species helped by country/region

Global impact map_species by country

10 major diseases we study

Top 10 diseases studied

Institutions funded

Institutions funded around the globe

$155 Million Invested

Our studies have led to significant breakthroughs in diagnostics, treatments and preventions to benefit animals worldwide.

2,700+
Studies Funded
20,000+
Species Benefit From Our Work

Our Partners

Our Partners help make the world a brighter place for animals.

Make an Impact

Help advance the health of animals worldwide to give them a healthier tomorrow.

Honor Your Loved Ones

Your memorial or tribute gift to someone who has touched your life directly supports our programs and the health of animals around the world.

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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.