Tiger Giving Day has ended, but you can continue giving to Canine Performance Sciences.
In Canine Performance Sciences in the College of Veterinary Medicine, we raise and train puppies to save lives. We are advancing canine detection technology to produce the most superior and capable detection dogs in the world.
This Tiger Giving Day, we need your help!
It’s expensive to raise a hero. While they are in our program, our puppies eat more than 23,000 pounds of food. The cost to raise one puppy is more than $17,000.
We have a new litter of Auburn puppies and your support will be used to raise and train them —and help fund innovation in canine detection technology.
The Auburn Dog™ can detect dangerous devices and substances in public spaces like airports and stadiums. These Canine Heroes are so sensitive, they have been effective in locating underground microscopic tree root fungi and detecting Burmese Pythons in the Florida Everglades.
We need your support on Tiger Giving Day to help these puppies grow up to become Auburn Dogs and canine heroes, maintaining our legacy of creating, “Man’s Best Friend, Man’s Best Defense.”