Supporting owners, breeders and their canine companions all year-round
About the Cornell Richard P. Riney Canine Health Center
Our mission is to advance the health and well-being of animals, while also driving the future of canine-focused research. By investing in innovative solutions to cancer biology, infectious diseases, genetics and other challenges faced by dog owners and veterinary care providers, we are helping dogs live longer, healthier, happier lives.
As part of our goal to engage with dog owners and enthusiasts, the RCHC aims to make scientists more accessible, research more relatable and innovations more actionable. We invite you to learn more about our programs and services, and we encourage you to share ideas for future opportunities to develop and participate in clinical trials or potential citizen scientist initiatives. Please direct your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to become a Cornell-trained veterinarian?
The Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine provides a rich environment for learning, and provides students with the opportunity to learn in context. Our students receive a world-class education at a college with internationally renowned faculty and facilities, a unique and innovative educational approach and an unmatched network of academic support. Explore our application and timetable.
Your donations make a difference
Launched in late 2021, Cornell Richard P. Riney Canine Health Center unites canine research, engagement and outreach across the college — building upon our legacy of scientific research and inspiring innovative clinical care. As we make new discoveries in genetics, cancer, infectious diseases and more, we will also learn more about how to identify, prevent and treat similar problems that affect human health. With your generous contributions, we will become the most trusted resource for canine health, and continue to develop life-changing solutions that support dog lovers everywhere.