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Toby's Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing resources and support to aid in the fight against canine epilepsy.  Established in 2004, Toby's Foundation seeks to increase awareness of canine epilepsy and to help eliminate it by supporting the research to find a gene marker and develop a screening test for this disease.

Toby's Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation organized under the laws of the State of California for the purposes of:

  • Increasing awareness and educating the public about canine epilepsy.

  • Supporting research to find a gene marker and develop a screening test to identify carriers.

  • Locating affected dogs to obtain blood donations from the epileptic dogs and their 1st step relatives.

  • Supporting those working to end canine epilepsy and funding research to find a cure and develop more effective treatments.

  • Reaching out to pet owners, professionals and others working with dogs to increase awareness of the threat of canine epilepsy and provide resources so they can help and stay informed.

  • Helping to find homes for epileptic dogs and supporting the work of Rescue Groups.