The flow of refugees from the invasion and conflict in Ukraine isn’t just a human crisis.
Dogs, cats, and other pets often make the journey with their people, and they have their own needs. Pets endure the stress of travel, unknown places and faces, and dangerous situations.
In turn, though, they give comfort to Ukrainians forced to flee their homes.
“When your world is turned upside down, but you have the unconditional love of a pet, that is going to be what helps. That bond is unbreakable,” says Marty Becker (’80 DVM).
Becker and others are helping with pets of Ukrainian refugees in Romania, Poland, … » More …