All Of This Would Not Be Possible Without YOU!
Partnership with our customers is the core of our business and because of our customers decision to choose SOUND as their imaging partner we are empowered to give back to the veterinary and local community.
SOUND has contributed over a half million dollars in donated equipment, travel and professional services to dozens of amazing projects and assisting in finding forever homes for over 1200 dogs and cats.
All this would not be possible without our customers and our associates. With their continued support, we look forward to building on this incredible program.
Helping Restore the Northern White Rhino Sub Species
With only two northern white rhinos still in existence, SOUND is honored to support the San Diego Zoo’s initiative to help successfully inseminate and impregnate Victoria, one of six southern white rhinos in training for the surrogacy program.
Mountain Gorilla Project – Rwanda & Uganda
In 2008 SOUND donated a Digital Radiograhy and ultrasound system to the Rwanda Save the gorillas project. Ultrasound was donated to the Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project in the countries of Rwanda and Uganda. Thoracic images were needed to confirm that the threatened gorillas were not infected with TB.
An outreach program at the University of Wisconsin that combines veterinary medicine, social work, and pharmacy to support pet owners experiencing difficulty with veterinary medical care. SOUND donated an ultrasound system so they now have the ability to triage urgent cases and to teach students how to perform safe sample collection via ultrasound-guided cystocentesis.
SOUND has partnered with the Helping Paws Foundation to help military families stay united with their pets, despite facing unfortunate circumstances. In 2018, SOUND employees, through a company fund matching program, generously donated $5,000 to Helping Paws.
Sound and the Academy of Veterinary Imaging are humbled and excited to have the ability to donate an Ultrasound system to the City of Arlington’s Animal Services. The GE Logiq E and the instructional services provided by the SOUND staff will allow for enhanced care and better outcomes for the animals that come through their doors.
The Equitarian Project
The Equitarian Project is put on by the Texas Equine Veterinary Association. This project includes sending out volunteers to countries like Guatemala and Nicaragua. The trips are scheduled biannually bringing veterinarians to provide medical care to the horses there. They go once in February and again in the fall. In these countries the medical care for the horses is not easily accessible and the horses are used daily for work.
The Academy of Veterinary Imaging leads an adoption program that rescues and adopts animals from local shelters. The animals are seen by a veterinarian and ensure they get healthy and then find forever homes. To this day over 1,275 animals have found forever homes.
WVS Thailand Facility
With the support from our partners Mikasa, Varex Imaging, and Veterinary X-Rays, we are proud to supply a fully equipped radiology suite within the WVS Thailand facility. WVS is now able to use this important equipment to provide the best care possible for animals who are in desperate need.
In response, Sound donated a complete digital X-Ray system with free tech support to Purrfect Pals. This donation made it possible for cats in the Puget Sound area to get the help they need.
Amici Cannis DR & Ultrasound Donation – Cotacachi, Ecuador
“The donated X-ray machine has allowed us to evaluate the street dogs we treat for traumatic injuries, perform orthopedic procedure assessments and provide prognostic information to help us make decisions about which dogs we can treat and help…
Austin Pets Alive!
Together, with our partner Merry X-Ray Corporation we were able to donate a full Digital Radiography System to Austin Pets Alive! who promote and provide the resources, education and programs needed to eliminate the killing of companion animals.
Academy – 4H Vet Imaging Tour
On January 2nd, 2018, the Academy of Veterinary Imaging had the opportunity to take a group of 8 girls on a Vet Imaging Tour. As part of the 4H program these girls develop citizenship, leadership, responsibility and life skills through experimental learning programs and a positive youth development approach.