The veterinary cardiologists of the Small Animal Cardiology Service at Texas A&M’s Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital are first and foremost pet owners and animal lovers. Their training guides them professionally but their passion for the wellbeing of their patients and the people who love them is the true driving force behind what they do.
All to often, clients often pose questions for which they simply do not have answers. They want to be able to all answer those questions. And to do that, they need your help.
Heart Trust was established by these dedicated cardiac veterinarians as a means to accumulate the resources needed to conduct advanced research and clinical trials in order to answer clinically important questions regarding cardiac disease in companion animals.
- To honor special pets, animal enthusiasts, veterinarians, and animal professionals
- To support cardiovascular health and projects for companion animals
- To promote and establish clinical trials that will better determine therapeutic
options for common cardiovascular diseases in companion animals
Heart disease is a leading cause of illness and death in dogs and cats in this country. Texas A&M’s cardiologists are dedicated to understanding, treating, and preventing heart disease. Your support allows them to provide state-of-the-art diagnostics and patient care, purchase medical equipment, and conduct clinical trials.
The personal contributions of the veterinarians who started this fund are only the beginning. They are hoping that you share their passion and commitment to a better understanding of heart disease and will consider supporting Heart Trust.
Contributing to Heart Trust at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences makes you a member of the team working to bring the future of veterinary medicine, as well as animal and human health, to Aggieland.