Small white and brown rescue dog

Meet Our New Friend Kimber

Kimber arrived at Hall Veterinary Clinic with a very painful ear caused by an infection. The infection caused so much inflammation that there were permanent, tough “cauliflower” growths within Kimber’s ear canal. This advanced stage of infection and chronic inflammation required surgical treatment.   Without surgery, Kimber would require long term antibiotics and pain medication, which […]

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Black rescue dog lying on grass

This is Lucy

Lucy is a sweet 8-year old Labrador Retriever and Weimaraner mix.  She loves to play outside and go for car rides.  She came to the veterinary practice heartworm positive and her owners were unable to afford the treatment.  The MAHF Companion Animal Fund came to the rescue and now she’s doing much better!

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Michigan Animal Health Foundation Funds Three Research Grants

MVMA’s non-profit arm, the Michigan Animal Health Foundation (MAHF), is a charitable trust founded in 1969 to give veterinarians and their clients an opportunity to fund critical research that benefits the health and welfare of animals.  Over the years, the foundation has been involved in a wide variety of research projects for both small and

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Companion Animal Fund – For anyone

The Companion Animal Fund was created to subsidize non-elective veterinary care for pets whose owners would otherwise be unable to afford it.  Some of the groups most dependent on companion animals often experience difficulty in obtaining treatment in the case of unforeseen circumstances due to inadequate finances.  Thus, MAHF created the Companion Animal Fund to

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We work hard to improve the lives of animals.

Every day, we work to improve the lives of animals, but we need you by our side. As a MAHF supporter, you can help provide care for an animal that would otherwise not receive it.