Thursday, June 21, 2018
“Canine Inappetance — what’s new in its management”
Dr. Ryan Goupil, DVM
Dr. Goupil is a graduate of Cornell University where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Animal Science and his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. After graduation, he completed a small animal rotating internship at Oradell Animal Hospital in New Jersey. and then was a member of the ER and CCU team at Sage Veterinary Centers in San Francisco. Dr. Goupil’s special interests and research experience include immunotherapies for hematologic malignancies, graft-vs-host disease, as well as the exploration of NSAID and nutraceutical treatments for various cancers.
6:30 pm Hors d’oeuvre and No Host Bar
7:15 pm Dinner and Meeting
8:00 pm Program
All meetings are open to all DVMs
Non-members pay $75
Annual membership $230
Sunday, September 9, 2018
10am – 1pm
$6 per Vaccine!
(Dogs Only / Cash Only)
2018 Rabies Clinic Schedule
(Always on Sunday)
- December 9
Thanks to Our Volunteers!
Thank you to all the volunteers that continually make these clinics a success! Volunteers are still needed for the December Rabies Clinic and we are starting sign ups for the 2018 clinics.
Please email email@example.com with your information to sign up for a clinic. Rabies clinics will be held at Animal Care and Control (ACC), 1200 15th Street (at Harrison) from 10am–1pm.
Latest News from SFAfA
SFAFA has had a very successful year helping save 75 pets and distributing over $45,000 through our Grants-in-Aid program.
IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER:
May 31: Last day to submit your paperwork if you wish to participate in the Grant-in-Aid program for FYE 2019 (July 1, 2018–June 30, 2019). If you miss the deadline to send in your paperwork and wish to participate please immediately contact Dr. Anne Marie Benfatto (AnneMarie@sfaidforanimals.org).
June 15, 2018: Last day to submit paperwork for any FY18 Grant-in-Aid funding that you awarded to a client. Any unused Grant-in-Aid funds will be rolled over to the Grant-in-Aid program for FYE19.
July 1, 2018: Welcome letters will be sent out announcing grant amounts for the FYE19 Grant-in-Aid program.
The Ingrid Tauber Fund for Animals (TFA) will be available in FYE19: For those special cases where the anticipated costs are high and the client is in need of financial assistance please remember the TFA program. The animal must have an urgent need for veterinary care, a reasonably good prognosis and the client must have exhausted all other financial options. Funding of up to $5,000 per case will be considered provided that you make a matching donation of in-kind services or discounts equivalent to 25% of the TFA funding. More information is available on the “For Providers” page at sfafa.org or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.