Elite's Top Dogs: Putting People (and their Pets) First

$3,275
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Raised toward our $3,500 Goal
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Project ends on December 03, at 10:11 PM EST
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Elite's Top Dogs: Putting People (and their Pets) First

*11/9/21 – Thank you SO much to everyone who has donated and contributed to this fundraiser! Because of you, we met our goal amount of $3,000 dollars in only a few weeks. From all of us here at Elite, we are so grateful for your generosity, and your care for this cause. Because we met our goal so quickly, we have stretched our goal to $3,500 dollars! There are still a few weeks left for this fundraiser, and we are going to keep the momentum going until the very last day. This wouldn’t have been possible without all of you, so again, from the bottom of our hearts, we thank you.

Our faithful companions mean so much to us at Elite. They bring joy to our lives and help us keep a healthy life/work balance. We want to share that forward for others by helping to raise money for canine cancer research.

The Harrington Oncology Program at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University is on the cutting edge of state-of-the-art compassionate care for canines with cancer.

Join us in building a future where cancer prevention and successful treatments are a reality for our deeply loved animals. Please continue reading to learn more about the Harrington Oncology Program, and how you can make a difference.

State-of-the-art cancer care for our animals

The mission of the Harrington Oncology Program at Cummings School is to provide the highest quality care for companion animals with cancer. 

Our beloved companion animals are on the frontline of a field known as comparative oncology, which evaluates how cancer behaves and is best treated in people and other species. Tufts is one of just 20 U.S. academic institutions that are part of the National Cancer Institute’s Comparative Oncology Trials Consortium, which designs and conducts clinical trials of new ways to treat cancer. 

Clinicians in the program can attack it with a number of cutting-edge medical, radiation therapy, and surgical techniques. Through the robust clinical-trials program, clients often can access experimental therapies not yet available elsewhere. And because Cummings School veterinarians often partner with researchers in human medicine, study volunteers are simultaneously receiving treatment and helping speed the development of future therapies that will benefit animals and humans alike. All these factors enable the Harrington Oncology Center to offer cancer patients state-of-the-art, compassionate care.

Delivering this care is a team of world-class veterinarians and veterinary technicians who always put pets first. They work tirelessly to make a difference in the life of an animal and the family who brings their animal for care. 

 Here's how you can help companion animals with cancer. Your gift goes right to the Harrington Oncology Program, to support work like.

  • Technicians experienced in chemotherapy administration, radiation therapy delivery and anesthesia
  • Ultrasound guided biopsies
  • Melanoma vaccine administration
  • State of the art radiation therapy 

Most importantly, your gift of any size helps offer our cancer patients top-notch, state-of-the-art, and compassionate care.

We want the day to come when cancer prevention and successful treatment are a reality for our deeply loved animals. Compassionate and skilled patient care for is made possible by your gift to the Harrington Oncology Program at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University 

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Friend

Help provide ultrasound guided biopsies

$50

Top Dog

Provide support for melanoma vaccine administration

$100

Champion

Help faciliate radiation therapy delivery

$250

Winner's Circle

Bolster the care long continuous-rate infusions of chemotherapy can provide

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