Veterinary Teaching Hospital
Agricultural Animal Theriogenology Fund
Agriculture Animal Medicine Fund
Anesthesiology Development Fund
Aussie, Cookie, Figgy and Junior Endowment for Veterinary Excellence
Behavior Service Development Fund
This fund supports the Behavior Service
Blevins Family Good Samaritan Endowment
Ben B. Braat, DVM Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital Operating Endowment
Robert and Maryhelen Brimble Endowment for the College of Veterinary Medicine
Nathan W. and Matilda Burg Memorial Endowment
Cardiology Research Fund
The cardiology service evaluates a variety of cardiopulmonary cases in multiple different species. These conditions include congenital cardiac malformations, acquired heart disease and pre-breeding screening for adult onset cardiomyopathies.
Class of 1972 Teaching Hospital Operating Endowment
Clinic Equine Development Fund
Clinical Pathology Development Fund
Equine Exercise Sciences and EIPH Research Fund
Equine Research Development Fund
Field Disease Investigator Unit Excellence Fund
David Foster Neurology Endowment
The income from this fund shall be used to support the college's veterinary clinical neurology and neurosurgery services. It also supports applied research specifically to benefit the public's animals; enhancement of neurology instruction in the D.V.M. curriculum; and post-D.V.M. training leading to eligibility for board certification.
More information about the neurology endowment can be found here.
Clive Gay Field Disease Investigation Unit Endowment
Good Samaritan Fund
WSU veterinary students started the Good Samaritan Fund in the mid-1990s to help animals in need of special care, but whose owners could not afford treatment. The college is grateful for their initiative, and for the generous donations of many caring individuals who support this fund. Good Samaritan funds are only awarded to treat animals at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital at WSU.
For more information about the Good Samaritan Fund, click here.
For information about applying for Good Samaritan funds, click here.