Southeast Veterinary Neurology's Veterinary Care Foundation Fund

Give to Pets in Need of Neurological Treatment Today

Southeast Veterinary Neurology (SEVN) is committed to treating every patient with the best care available because we would accept nothing less for our own furry family members. As pet owners and animal lovers, we understand the stress, worry, and heartache that engulf you when your best friend is unwell. Neurological issues can be especially scary.

As a hospital that exclusively treats neurological conditions, we are uniquely positioned with the expertise, experience, skills, equipment and passion to fix conditions that others can’t.  Conditions like seizures, brain tumors, paralysis, strokes and vertigo.  Even so, the number one obstacle to providing care to pets in need is finances.  Neurological disease doesn’t pay attention to a family’s financial situation.  Many families can afford our services, but others struggle.  We want to fix them all, but the reality is that the world we live in doesn’t allow us to treat them all.

Our goal is to never let finances be the reason that a family is broken due to neurological disease.
This is where you can help.

Southeast Veterinary Neurology has partnered with the Veterinary Care Foundation (VCF), a 501 (c)(3) non-profit charity that helps veterinary practices discount or completely cover the cost of treatment for families and rescue groups in need.

100% of every contribution made to Southeast Veterinary Neurology through the Foundation goes directly to a disadvantaged patients' care.

Through your generous donations, we can provide life-saving care to beloved pets and homeless animals whose family simply do not have the means to do so.

With your support, we will never have to turn away a pet in need.

In fact, we have set a goal to raise $500K and help 20,000 pets walk by 2025.

Please join us and donate today.

Our Goal is to Raise
$500,000 and Help Get 20,000 Pets
Walking Again by the end of 2025!

We thank all of our donors for helping us in achieving this goal.

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Neurological diseases and cases are more often than not emergencies. Families are often caught off guard in these situations and are searching to find a way to help their furry friend.

In times when families cannot afford to help their pets, Southeast Veterinary Neurology is eager to step in. Our purpose is to help every pet that comes through our door, no matter the neurological disease or complication. By donating to the Veterinary Care Foundation, you're opening the door to recovery for pets suffering from neurological diseases and giving hope back to the people who love them.


In 2021 alone, SEVN provided $170K in free and discounted veterinary care to more than 4,000 patients. Since 2010, we have provided over $1.5M in free services to help pets in need.

Copy of Patients helped regain the ability to walk since opening day

Please consider making a donation today. You can give in honor or in memory of a beloved pet or friend and help us help more pets who need medical care.

Turning FURever into FORever

At Southeast Veterinary Neurology, we know the pain of losing a furever friend and want to commemorate the love you shared forever.

When one of our patients crosses the Rainbow Bridge, SEVN makes donations to its Veterinary Care Foundation fund to help another pet in need.

There are also opportunities to sponsor our fundraising events and campaigns.  For more information on how you can make a difference to animals and get your company in front of our pet-loving clientele, please complete the contact form below or contact Jennifer Cohen, Head of Fundraising for SEVN at 954-482-3071, or at

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We recognize the special bond between people and pets, and we are committed to keeping families together by providing second chances to pets with neurological disease and hope to the people who love them. Please consider donating to the SEVN Veterinary Care Foundation Fund today and help us help more pets in need.