• Elmo

    Owned by an individual living on Ontario Disability Support Payment, Elmo presented with pain, low urinary output, blood in urine. Farley Foundation was asked to assist with the surgery to remove kidney stones, pain medication and antibiotics. Click on the pic for more details...

  • Ara Poochie

    Ara Poochie was owned by a disabled individual living on Ontario Disability Support Payment. She presented with recurring oxalate kidney stones. Ara Poochie required surgery to remove kidney stones, pain medication, antibiotics, and preventative meds to curtail a chronic condition. Click on the pic to read the full story...

  • Casey

    Casey's owner was a cancer patient receiving Ontario Disability Support Payment. A knee injury required an ACL surgery. Farley Foundation proudly assisted by subsidizing the cost of the procedure. Click on the picture to read more...

  • Peekoo

    Meet Peekoo. Owned by a senior living on the Federal Guaranteed Income Supplement, this cutie presented with an ear and skin infection, and minor injuries from neglect (previous owner). Farley Foundation assisted with his assessment and treatment which included antifungal medication, and antibiotics. Click on the picture to read more...

  • Jenny

    "Last spring Jenny developed a lipoma. This spring it got infected and there was no choice but to operate. My vet suggested that we apply to the Farley Foundation for assistance and you graciously helped with the cost involved in doing the operation. The staff at Blue Mountain Veterinary Services also donated some of their services." Click on the picture to read more...

  • Kelly

    In September, pet owner Becky wrote to the Farley Foundation to thank us for helping her cutie toy poodle Kelly. Still a teeny little puppy, Kelly had broken her leg as she excitedly jumped out of Becky's arms to see her canine mom, uncle and grandmother. Click on the picture to read Becky's email, thanking the Farley Foundation and Main West Animal Hospital in Welland for helping literally get Kelly back on her feet.

Since 2002, the Farley Foundation has assisted well over 5,600 low-income pet owners by subsidizing the non-elective veterinary care of their sick or injured pets.

See how Farley Foundation assisted a whole group of seniors by subsidizing the veterinary care of "Bella" a Golden Retriever.

OVMA Farley Foundation is generously administered by its founder, the Ontario Veterinary Medical Association

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