Pet Health

What we believe:

All animals deserve humane medical care

The veterinary field has a wealth of new medical knowledge, treatments, and procedures, which reflects the growing importance of pets in our lives. The Parsemus Foundation believes in individualized animal care focused on lifelong health. We believe that by providing pet owners and veterinarians with education and resources, we can empower them to advocate for the best veterinary care. By supporting underutilized, low-cost, and non-surgical methods of animal sterilization and medical treatment, we work to improve the quality of life for all animals.

Our goal:

Low-cost, non-surgical options for lifelong animal health

The Parsemus Foundation’s goal is to improve animal health and welfare by supporting and advocating for innovative and neglected medical advancements. Our focus is on funding and publishing research in both controlled and field settings, pursuing press coverage of the results, and serving as an educational resource for veterinarians and the public. Many of the studies we support involve low-cost, non-surgical, or noninvasive approaches that are not under patent. The Parsemus Foundation envisions a future in which animal care involves humane procedures and treatments that support the lifelong well-being of the individual.

Pet Health Projects

Street dog with ear tag

Marking Street Dogs

Parsemus Foundation supports research on ways to sterilize dogs and cats without surgery and anesthesia. But the current methods of marking sterilized animals all require anesthesia.

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Pet Health News

We’re sorry, you are not eligible for the nationwide COVID-OUT or ACTIV-6 studies, but you may be eligible for other federal trials:

And if you don’t find a match there, this slightly more complex clinical trials finder includes studies sponsored by companies as well:

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