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A “Herd” of Students Enroll in Maddie’s® Shelter Medicine Online Course this fall

Sixty students who reside in 26 different states and countries currently studying Shelter Animal Physical Health with Maddie’s® Shelter Medicine Program

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Crunching Numbers to Save Lives

Shelter Census project aims to improve shelter animal outcomes in Florida.

A community cat hides at the edge of a lot

Targeted TNR is on the mark

A recent study supported by Maddie’s Fund shows a significant drop in shelter intake and euthanasia in conjunction with a targeted trap-neuter-release program in Gainesville, Florida.        

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Kelly Nutt, 2014

Maddie’s® Shelter Medicine Program Students Hard at Work with Summer Research Projects

This summer, several veterinary students have been busy with more than just their online projects in the Integrating Veterinary Medicine with Shelter Systems course. Here is a peek at what keeps them busy.

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ASPCA-Grants

ASPCA Shelter Medicine Scholarship Recipient Announced

Sep 23rd, 2014

Thanks to support from the ASPCA, students and veterinary professionals are able to save more homeless animals with online graduate education.

Students learn best practices for reducing homeless cat populations

Students learn best practices for reducing homeless cat populations

Sep 3rd, 2014

What has 66 legs and travels 84,372 miles in one week? The group of students who took part in our 2014 Community Cat Management course! Veterinary students and veterinarians from […]

Sarah Caroll, recipient of the Madie's Online Graduate Certificate in Shelter Medicine

Congratulations to this Semester’s Online Shelter Medicine Certificate Recipients!

Aug 14th, 2014

Congratulations to the seven newest recipients of the Maddie’s® Online Graduate Certificate in Shelter Medicine!

UF “Animal Airwaves”

LIVE: Minimally Invasive Surgery and Pain Management in Veterinary Medicine

September 20, 2014

Today’s veterinary surgery specialists are able to use minimally invasive techniques in many procedures. These procedures use small camera-scopes and other fine instruments which dramatically...

A plethora of heartworm preventatives

September 1, 2014

Heartworm disease, which is spread by mosquitoes, can irreversibly damage the heart, lungs and blood vessels of your dog, cat or ferret. Treatment of this frequently fatal disease is very hard on dogs...

Fighting fleas with benefits

September 1, 2014

Fleas can cause more than just itching. Some carry tapeworms that can lead to weight loss in dogs and cats. Certain tapeworms develop, in part, inside fleas. When grooming, your four-legged friend may...