Shelter Animal Medicine and Community Programs
The PetSafe Program is a community service offered by Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine that meets the short-term housing needs of pets in special circumstances. Learn more about this program.
Humane Societies / Animal Control Programs
The Purdue Veterinary Teaching Hospital in partnership with local shelters and Animal Control offices provides emergency care for injured animals whose owners may be unknown. Click here to learn more about our work in this area and the organizations we work with.
Maddie’s Fund® - The Pet Rescue Foundation, (www.maddiesfund.org) is a family foundation funded by Workday and PeopleSoft Founder Dave Duffield and his wife, Cheryl. Click here learn more about our work with Maddie's Fund.
Compassion Fur Paws
Compassion Fur Paws was established as a Grateful Client program in order for you to personally select a meaningful recognition of the high quality, compassionate care you and your pet received from veterinary professionals at the Purdue Teaching Hospital and alums of the College of Veterinary Medicine through their respective personal clinics. Through Compassion Fur Paws, you have the opportunity to significantly recognize a specific Doctor, Veterinary Technician, or Staff Member through a tribute gift, a personally crafted note, an acknowledgment from the Dean, and honorary Compassion Fur Paws lapel pin.