The Center for Companion Animal Health is dedicated to advancing veterinary care for companion animals.
Our "animals in society" programs include our renowned Koret Shelter Medicine Program, and the Companion Animal Behavior Program.
Our faculty and resident research programs provide funding for academic research into diseases affecting companion animals, in hopes of improving the lives of those animal friends who mean so much to all of us.
We also provide support for several related programs at the School of Veterinary Medicine, including comparative cancer research, hemodialysis, and physical rehabilitation. Links to these programs (and more) can be found in the menu to the left.