Your donation can make a difference

Your support is essential to enable the CHUV to contribute to the advancement of veterinary medicine. Every day we encounter new challenges for which financial resources are sometimes limited.

By making a donation you can:

  • Allow the purchase of state of the art medical equipment;
  • Contribute to research, allowing to better understand diseases and develop treatments;
  • Make an impact on human medicine from breakthroughs in veterinary medicine (respiratory problems, joint disease, etc.);
  • Improve quality of care offered to animals;
  • Support the training of new veterinarians.

To allow the CHUV to remain a leader in animal health in the province of Quebec, the Faculty of veterinary medicine of the University of Montreal has created a fund destined to the purchase of state-of-the-art equipment and to the development of new technologies. This fund will facilitate the start of new activities and services by making the necessary sums readily available on an annual basis. This financial support is essential considering the rapid advancement in scientific knowledge and the continuous enhancement of medical equipment.

Make a donation to the CHUV Fund

By contributing to the Companion animal health Fund, you will not only be contributing to the advancement of science but also to the improvement in the quality of life of companions animals. Your donation is precious because it will help us finance innovative research projects having positive impact on both animals and their owners. The amounts collected will allow the exploration of diverse medical problems, the development of diagnostic tools and surgical skills and the elaboration of new therapeutic methods.

To make a donation to the Companion animal health Fund (please check “other” and indicate Companion animal health Fund).

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The hospitalisation of an injured bird can last from one day to as long as one year depending on the seriousness of the injury. The quality of the care and of the facilities is of capital importance to see our mission through and to prevent many problems associated with captivity. Since the birds of prey Clinic cannot charge any of its costs to an owner, it operates on the basis of the Good Samaritan.

The Birds of prey clinic collects donation to allow it to thrive and assure the high quality of care needed for these animals. A donor recognition program has been established by the Faculty of veterinary medicine of the University of Montreal. Many types of recognitions are possible depending on the nature of the donation.

To make a donation to the Birds of prey clinic Fund (please check “other” and indicate Birds of prey clinic Fund

This fund was set up to optimise equine health by supporting research activities related to horse health. The amounts collected will finance research conducted by the professors and clinicians who offer services at the equine Hospital and participate in its functioning.

To make a donation to the equine health Fund (please, check « others » and indicate equine health Fund).

This fund was created to allow the purchase of medical equipment specifically destined to activities in the equine Hospital.

To make a donation to the equine health medical equipment Fund (please, check « others » and indicate equine health medical equipment Fund).

This project, unique in Canada, aims to expand services in interventional medicine and interventional cardiology by building the first fully integrated procedure room with state-of-the-art equipment allowing us to take patient care to the next level. In addition, this centre will make it possible to treat a greater number of patients while solidifying the busy interventional service.

This project will be crucial for ongoing development of interventional procedures and ensure state-of-the-art teaching to veterinary students and specialists alike. This integrated centre will enable us to offer a wide range of diagnostic and treatment options for conditions involving the respiratory, cardiovascular and urinary tracts.

Development of new procedures

This project will allow our specialized veterinarians to continue to develop minimally invasive procedures from which patients may fully benefit.

Teaching and Training Veterinarians

The CHUV is the only veterinary hospital in Canada that offers clinical rotations in interventional medicine. This exclusive aspect of the curriculum as well as its world-renowned reputation will continue to attract undergraduate and graduate students. This project will allow us to train students in interventional medicine and in new technologies now accessible to veterinarians.

Investment

This 2 M$ project will include a C-Arm fluoroscopy system (1 M$), an integrated display system with multiple screens for intraoperative monitoring ($200,000 to $300,000), integrated anesthesia systems ($100,000), various endoscopy towers ($150,000) as well as the necessary infrastructure.

The Centre of Excellence in Interventional Medicine will make the Faculté de médecine vétérinaire a pioneer in interventional medicine at an international level.

Make a donation (specify « Interventional Medicine project »)

To make a donation or to obtain more information regarding a donation, please contact the development Bureau of the Faculty of veterinary medicine by phone (450-773-8521 extension 8552) or by email. Please do not forget to specify your interest for the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vétérinaire and to identify the service or area of interest to which you would like to make a donation.

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