• Elmo

    Owned by an individual living on Ontario Disability Support Payment, Elmo presented with pain, low urinary output, blood in urine. The treatment required: Surgery to remove kidney stones, pain medication, antibiotics.

  • Ara Poochie

    Ara Poochie was owned by a disabled individual living on Ontario Disability Support Payment. She presented with recurring oxalate kidney stones. The treatment required: Surgery to remove kidney stones, pain medication, antibiotics, preventative meds to curtail chronic condition

  • Casey

    Casey's owner was a cancer patient receiving Ontario Disability Support Payment. Her condition, a knee injusry, required ACL surgery

  • Peekoo

    Owned by a Senior living on the Federal Guaranteed Income Supplement, Peeko presented an ear and skin infection, minor injuries from neglect (rescued dog). The treatment required: Antifungal medication, antibiotics.

Established by the Ontario Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA) in 2002, the Farley Foundation assists people in need by subsidizing the cost of veterinary care for their sick/injured pets. 

Generously administered by OVMA, the Foundation relies on donations to be able to help hundreds of people and pets each year.

Watch this video to see how the Farley Foundation assisted a whole group of seniors by subsidizing the veterinary care of "Bella" a Golden Retriever and resident of a long-term care facilitiy for seniors in Mississauga, Ontario.

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

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