Franklin Cardiology Fellowship
The Franklin Cardiology Fellowship was created in memory of Franklin Seth-Douglas. Franklin was a rescued English foxhound who suffered from heart failure due to a defective mitral valve. The University of Florida Small Animal Cardiology Department provided Franklin with compassionate and clinically excellent care. The cardiology resident was pivotal to this high quality care.
The Franklin Cardiology Fellowship will extend the cardiology residency program at the University of Florida Small Animal hospital to include an extra year of fellowship research.
Supporting The Franklin Cardiology Fellowship will enrich the cardiology residency program and make possible new advances in the diagnosis and treatment of veterinary cardiac disease.
Other College of Veterinary Medicine Giving Opportunities
Jandora Wildlife Fund
Michael Schaer Professorship in Small Animal Emergency & Critical Care Medicine
Mitral Valve Disease Research Fund