Emotional Support Dog Fund
A unique program for LSU residential students and their Emotional Support Dogs.
LSU basketball player Wayde Sims was tragically killed in 2018. We remember Wayde’s competitive fire, his love of family and LSU, and his very special bond with Buddha, Wayde’s “four-legged son” and his Emotional Support Dog.
The family of Wayde Sims has created the Wayde Forever 44 Fund to help LSU students with the fees and costs associated with their Emotional Support Dogs (ESD). Owning an Emotional Support Dog can be difficult and expensive. Funds are now available to assist LSU students living on campus with an Emotional Support Dog.
Funds can be used for:
- Adoption Fees to Secure an ESD
- Annual Exams and Vaccinations
- Boarding for Travel
- ESD Medical Emergency
- Food and Supplies
- Monthly Preventative Care
- Training and Behavioral Assistance
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Molly McCann at 225-578-3607 to learn more about this program.