Heart Trust

Our Mission

  • To honor special pets, animal enthusiasts, veterinarians, and animal professionals
  • To support cardiovascular health and projects for companion animals
  • To promote and establish clinical trials that will better determine therapeutic options for common cardiovascular diseases in companion animals

Why “Heart Trust?”

Although we are veterinary cardiologists we are first and foremost pet owners and animal lovers. Our training guides us professionally but our passion for the well-being of our patients and the people who love them is the true driving force behind what we do. Too often clients pose questions for which we simply do not have answers. We want to be able to answer those questions…all of them. And we need your help.

To that end we have established “Heart Trust” as a means by which we can begin to accumulate resources necessary to answer clinically important questions regarding cardiac disease in companion animals. Our personal contributions are only a start. We hope that you share our passion and commitment to a better understanding of heart disease and will consider supporting “Heart Trust.”

  • Sonya G. Gordon, DACVIM (Cardiology)
  • Sonya R. Wesselowski, DACVIM (Cardiology)
  • Ashley B. Saunders, DACVIM (Cardiology)

Your Support

Veterinary cardiologists performing echocardiogram

Heart disease is a leading cause of illness and death in dogs and cats in this country. Texas A&M’s cardiologists are dedicated to understanding, treating and preventing heart disease. Your support allows us to provide state-of-the-art diagnostics and patient care, purchase medical equipment, and conduct clinical trials.

Help us change the face of heart disease and continue creating success stories. Please consider a contribution to Heart Trust today.

Complete the form available in the Heart Trust brochure, print, and mail to the address below, or use the “Give Now” button above to donate online.

Heart Trust
Development Office | Office of the Dean
Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
4461 TAMU | College Station, TX 77843-4461

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