Things weren’t looking good for Jazmine when she was brought in from the streets by animal control, but medical treatment and a loving family turned her life around.
Nola had suffered her share of heartaches when she arrived at Young-Williams Animal Center in Tennessee. The people surrounding her made sure she had better days ahead.
Duke didn’t think he’d have to spend part of his golden years looking for a new home. Connecticut Humane Society and the Banfield Foundation made sure he was in tip top shape when he got his second chance.
Old age and health issues can spell disaster for a dog waiting to be adopted. But a dental makeover and some preventive care have Sookie smiling optimistically.
You Love Pets. And So Do We.
Banfield Foundation is committed to serving pets and the people who love them.
At the core of the Banfield Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is the belief that all pets deserve access to veterinary care. In support of this belief, the foundation funds programs that enable veterinary care, elevate the power of the human-animal bond, provide disaster relief for pets, and advance the science of veterinary medicine through fostering innovation and education. It also leverages the expertise and passion of Banfield Pet Hospital associates to care for pets in need. At the Banfield Foundation, we are committed to making a better world for pets because they make a better world for us.
Through our grant programs, the Banfield Foundation is committed to supporting nonprofit organizations that provide veterinary assistance to pet owners and work to keep pets in homes with their families.