Veterinary Teaching Hospital
Integrative Veterinary Medicine and Rehabilitation Fund
Dr. William R. Jones Endowed Chair in Companion Animal Medicine/Surgery
Funding supports the endowed chair position, currently occupied by Dr. Michael Court.
Pat Magula Endowment
MRI Fundraising Campaign
The WSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital is the only place in the Pacific Northwest and western Canada that offers high-field MRI that can accurately diagnose patients large and small. In the last 5 years, more than 2000 animals have received MRI scans. Dogs, cats, horses, bald eagles, grizzly bears, sheep, and even a ferret have received enhanced diagnosis—often lifesaving—with this sophisticated machine. For equine patients, MRI is the best way to accurately diagnose soft tissue injuries in a horse's hoof, tendons, ligaments, and muscles. But after 18 years, its lifespan is quickly approaching its end. For our patients the time to act is now.
Click here for more information about our MRI Campaign.
Dr. Herbert E. & Pamela A. Mueller Good Samaritan Endowment
The distributions from this fund shall be used to support the care of animals who are either ownerless or whose owners cannot afford to pay for their care due to circumstances beyond their control. Small animals should be given priority when distributing funds. Wild animals (both large and small) may be treated with these funds. And, a teaching opportunity is not a requirement for the use of these funds.
Dr. Herbert E. and Pamela A. Mueller Good Samaritan Endowment
Richard (Butch) Olendorff, Ph.D. Raptor Endowment Fund
Oncology (Cancer) Development Fund
The oncology service at the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine, together with surgery, internal medicine, neurology, and radiology services, is committed to unmatched cancer care for companion animals.
Diagnosing and treating a pet with cancer involves a team of specialists including oncologists, internal medicine veterinarians, clinical pathologists, surgeons, and radiologists. At WSU, veterinary students in training are also part of the team caring for your pet.
More about our oncology service can be found here.
Oncology Development Fund
Richard L. Ott Endowed Chair in Small Animal Medicine and Research
Funding supports the endowed chair position, currently occupied by Dr. Katrina Mealey.
Population Theriogenology Development Fund
Radiology Development Fund
Raptor Rehabilitation Fund
These funds are used for operating expenses, student stipends, research, and other activities in support of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital's program to rehabilitate raptors, treat other wild birds, and further avian medicine, in that order of priority.
You can find more information about our Raptor Rehabilitation Program here.
Reddy's Fund for Animal Care
Small Animal Development Fund
Small Animal Pituitary Surgery Development Fund
This fund supports Small Animal Pituitary Surgery
Sonny Angel, Cody Jo and Annie Marie's Gift of Hope Endowment
Established by Bill Johnson in memory of his golden retrievers “Sonny Angel” and “Cody Jo and a friend's dog Annie Marie,” this fund is used to care for sick animals needing life-saving procedures who have no owners or whose owners do not have the means to pay for veterinary care.