Improving the lives of animals
Your support can directly help the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in their aim to improve the health and welfare of all animals.
Our clinical services are among the most influential centres for clinical care in the UK. With ready access to the most advanced diagnostic techniques and treatments, we provide an exceptional level of veterinary care for your pets.
All4Paws is a free pop-up clinic in Edinburgh for pets of homeless and vulnerably-housed people. The clinic is run by students and staff of the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies and is only able to continue providing much needed services such as vaccinations, deworming treatments and flea treatments with support from people like you. Students are also on hand to give advice on pet health and behavioural issues and, with you by our side, pet owners have access to basic resources such as pet food, winter jackets, collars and leashes.
All4Paws (external link)
Our new Equine Hospital first opened its doors to equine patients in January 2018. It has fully updated surgical facilities located alongside diagnostics and triage areas. The state-of-the-art surgical suite has two theatres, plus enhanced facilities for standing surgery. It also has an onsite laboratory and 24-hour video monitoring within a new dedicated critical care unit.
All the money received through your fundraising activity will help our vets and students advance their learning and practice through these facilities and give the best possible care to the many horses that come through our Equine Hospital.
Hospital for Small Animals
The Hospital for Small Animals provides excellent care for a host of pets in the Edinburgh community and beyond. It also offers a range of specialist services such as emergency and critical care. Our hospital staff and students strive to provide the very best of care for all our animal patients.
All the money received through your fundraising will help advance the care and welfare of animal health through investing in the latest veterinary technologies. Your gift will also help trainee students to become expert vets and leaders in their field.
Jeanne Marchig International Centre for Animal Welfare Education
The Jeanne Marchig International Centre for Animal Welfare Education is a venture with ambitious objectives committed to improving the health and welfare of animals through education, training, research and promoting the important role of veterinarians in protecting animal welfare, as well as supporting capacity building in animal welfare within various parts of the world.
The JMICAWE is a hub of expertise on animal welfare education, collaborating with international partners to advance understanding of animal welfare issues.
Riddell-Swan Veterinary Cancer Centre
The Riddell-Swan Veterinary Cancer Centre, part of the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies at the University of Edinburgh, aims to improve the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of cancer affecting companion animals, as well as to help translate research and knowledge to improve cancer care in people.It is a fully comprehensive cancer centre and offer advanced therapy including surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy and palliative care.