Seattle Humane and WSU team up to save lives

Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine  has joined forces with the Seattle Humane Society  to provide medical care and spay/neuter surgeries as part of the students’ clinical training beginning May 2013.  Students will be able to participate in routine exams, provide vaccinations, and work with Seattle Humane’s foster family network, gaining building skills with both people and pets.  “This partnership will benefit the community in so many ways,” says Seattle Humane’s CEO David Loewe.  “With the veterinary students on board, we will have the capacity to spay and neuter more shelter pets and offer additional medical services to other shelters in need.”