Our community partners help us implement our program to provide medical treatment and foster homes
for pets who are temporarily separated from their owners after fleeing domestic abuse situations.
Texas A&M Small Animal Hospital (SAH)
The SAH has agreed to contribute by offering discounted prices for the care of animals brought in through the program, and Boehringer Ingelheim will provide vaccinations and antiparasitic medications for the animals.
Texas A&M SAVMA Chapter
Aggies Fostering Hope has been added to the local Student American Veterinary Medical Association (SAVMA) constitution, which will ensure that there is always an elected student official in charge of the project. We hope veterinary students will continue to learn about the project and have the desire to help.
Texas A&M Office of Health Promotions
In collaboration with the Texas A&M Health Promotion Office, we’re working to secure agreements with both the local police agencies to transport pets to safety when helping a woman leave an abusive situation.
Local Police & Phoebe’s Home
We’re working to develop solid protocols with the many organizations that have agreed to partner on this project, including especially the Bryan Police Department, the College Station Police Department, and Phoebe’s Home, which is administered by Twin City Mission’s Domestic Violence Services.
Would you like to help us help women and pets fleeing domestic abuse? We’re always looking for community partners to help us achieve our goals. We would love to talk to you about how you can join us in our work.