Fall 2017

Why I Give

Darryl and Rose Sakach share why they support the Cummings Veterinary Fund.

By Tufts news staff

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Darryl and Rose Sakach pose with Freedom and Justice, their beloved Welsh springer spaniels.

Despite our dog Freedom’s battles, we are winning the war, and we owe the life of our beautiful boy to the staff and students at Cummings School. We feel so very blessed to live close to the most amazing veterinary care on the planet. That is why we continue to support the Cummings Veterinary Fund.

Freedom’s happy ending and the education of compassionate veterinarians are made possible by your annual gift to the Cummings Veterinary Fund. To make a contribution, visit go.tufts.edu/vetmagfall2017.

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