We were born believing in the importance of scientific knowledge to improve the quality of life and health of dogs and cats. Therefore, since 2013, we have supported research and researchers in several institutions in Brazil.
Research on different topics in Veterinary Medicine, especially on the nutrition of dogs and cats, has been idealized, completed, or is underway.
We are proud to, through science, always contribute to a better future for dogs, cats and their owners!
In partnership with UFPR, we created the Portuguese version of the Guidelines for Standards of Care in Animal Shelters, a technical guide prepared by the Association of Shelter Veterinarians of the United States, which deals with standards of care for animal shelters.
Through this publication, we seek to disseminate and promote the knowledge and best practices of Veterinary Medicine in shelters among veterinarians, professionals, and volunteers who work in NGOs for dogs and cats, and to contribute to the increase of welfare and adoption rates in these institutions.
The supported projects aim to raise awareness among the population and help animals in situations of social vulnerability. These campaigns are castration, vaccination, and actions to disseminate correct, easy-to-understand, and quality information that annually impact more than 2 thousand people throughout Brazil, organized by institutions and universities that aim for animal and human welfare.
We encourage the main actions that address the One Health, a concept that is based on the inseparable union between animal, human, and environmental health and that, through the integration between Veterinary Medicine and Human Medicine, helps to prevent and fight several diseases¹.