Click the titles below for more info about each program or project.
Are you a Veterinary practitioner who is interested in supporting the mission of the SFVF? If so, tag-a-long with us and our philanthropic spirit by participating in this program. The Tag-a-long program encourages veterinary practitioners to donate $1.00 for every rabies tag sold. The funds are used to support the mission of the Foundation. Click here for more information…..
The SFVF provides free veterinary care for the pets of our homeless community in South Florida. The UNLEASHED team examines, vaccinates, and treats pets in need. From ear mites, cuts and scrapes to treating parasites, the dedication of team UNLEASHED has no boundaries.
Please note that SFVF CANNOT help individuals with pets in need of serious medical attention, nor do we have the resources to offer Free Veterinary care. SFVF offers Free clinics at Camillus House which provides Preventative care for pets of the homeless, low income or elderly. Click here for more information and photos…..
Our team of vets are dedicated to helping solve the pet overpopulation program in south florida by sterilizing as many cats and dogs as possible. Are you, or someone you know, a recipient of medicaid, supplemental social security, aid for dependent children or a holder of a Jackson Memorial Hospital Clinic Card? If so then you qualify to have your pet(s) sterilized by a member of our dedicated team. Click here to download a sterilization form, or e-mail our director for more details.
Dr. Peter Fernandes
AARDVARK ANIMAL HOSPITAL
7005 West 4th Avenue, Hialeah, FL 33014
Dr. Roger Gilley
GILLEY ANIMAL CLINIC
27008 South Dixie Highway, Homestead, FL 33032
Dr. Marta Lista
TRAIL ANIMAL HOSPITAL
6464 Southwest 8th Street, Miami, FL 33144
Dr. Mary Schooley
SUNSET LAKES ANIMAL CLINIC
18441 Miramar Parkway, Miramar, FL 33029
Dr. Robert Pane
SOUTH KENDALL ANIMAL CLINIC
9501 Southwest 160th Street, Miami, FL 33157
Looking for something fun to do with your family? Visit the Miami Children’s Museum and lear how pets should be cared for at home and at the vet clinic in our “Pet Central” exhibit. Pet Central was donated to the Miami Children’s Museum by the South Florida Veterinary Foundation. In this exhibit you can pick the purr-fect pet for your family, view x-rays and examine patients! Click here to be redirected to MCM’s website!
Winner of the 2011 SFVF Scholarship
The Miami Veterinary Coalition to Prevent and End Unwanted Pet Euthanasia was created to support various initiatives within the veterinary community that serve the goal of preventing euthanasia as a means of controlling animal shelter populations…(read more)
2012 MDC Veterinary Technician Scholarship Awardee