- Sponsor-A-Pet™ Program. Under the Sponsor-A-Pet™ Program, Tails of Hope underwrites the cost of veterinary care for companion animals suffering from cancer or other life-threatening diseases whose owners cannot afford to pay for such care.
- Quality-of-Life Program. Tails of Hope’s Quality-of-Life Program undertakes such projects as the establishment of meditation gardens and comfort rooms at veterinary hospitals, respite care programs to assist individuals in caring for ailing companion animals and the donation of much needed food, equipment and other supplies to both individuals and veterinary hospitals.
Educational and Informational Programs
- Public Information Program. Our Public Information Program is aimed at providing members of the public with critical information about animal health and veterinary medicine and technology. The program covers such topics as the latest developments regarding cancer and other life-threatening diseases affecting companion animals, the availability of cutting-edge treatment options and the existence of, and benefits of treatment by, veterinary specialists such as radiologists and oncologists, as well as other topics important to animal health. It includes a lecture series, awareness campaigns, pamphlets, brochures and other methods of distributing information
- Professional Lecture Program. Under our Professional Lecture Program, Tails of Hope sponsors lectures on topics in cutting-edge veterinary medicine and technology for veterinarians, veterinary technicians and other members of the veterinary medical community, with the aim of having as many professionals as possible educated about the most recent advances in such fields.
- Internship, Residency and Fellowship Program. Under our Internship, Residency and Fellowship Program, Tails of Hope provides grants to veterinarians and veterinary technicians undertaking internships, residencies or fellowships in critical veterinary specialties such as radiology, radiation oncology and surgical oncology.
- Working Group Program. Our Working Group Program is aimed at bringing together top general and specialty veterinarians, veterinary technicians, experts in human medicine and others to identify the most critical issues in cutting-edge veterinary medicine and technology and to prioritize, and propose methods for solving, such issues.
We are continually updating this web site, so please check back often for lecture schedules and other updates on our programs.