Published: February 01, 2013
PetSmart Charities(R) Grants $300,000 to College of Veterinary Medicine for Spay/Neuter Mobile Unit
The College of Veterinary Medicine received a $300,000 grant from PetSmart Charities® (www.petsmartcharities.org) to acquire, equip and operate a high-volume mobile spay/neuter vehicle.
"This is a significant contribution to our academic program that doubles the College's mobile capacity to address community needs in the Inland Empire and the LA basin," said College of Veterinary Medicine Dean Phillip Nelson, DVM, PhD. "The support of the VACS II by PetSmart Charities, and the contribution of personnel and medical supplies by WesternU College of Veterinary Medicine, will result in a partnership designed to provide a measurable impact on the population of unowned/unwanted animals in local communities, while providing valuable learning experiences for our students."
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