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Research team in the MSMP lab

New Technology in Disease Diagnosis Could Save Lives in Animal Shelters

Published: Oct 29th, 2015

Imagine an animal shelter where veterinarians and staff could get critical test results in just hours. New tools may make it possible.

Dr. McManus with a young canine patient.

Battling Stress, Anxiety, Burn-out, and Numbness

Published: Oct 26th, 2015

Veterinarians and animal shelter workers have something in common: increased risk of the condition known as compassion fatigue.

Shelter Vet Making Rounds

Ask A Shelter Vet: Veterinary Supervision in Animal Shelters: What is a Shelter Vet’s Responsibility

Published: Oct 10th, 2015

“I am concerned that a shelter veterinarian must have more than just written authority for the sheltered animals in their care. Can you advise?”

Observing cats in a shelter

We Have an Opening for a Clinical Assistant Professor!

Published: Oct 7th, 2015

We’re looking for a veterinary educator to do hands-on training in our new Shelter Medicine Clerkship at Alachua County Animal Services as a Maddie’s® Clinical Assistant Professor of Shelter Medicine.

Multi-cat housing

Lunch and Learn Presentation on The Lifesaving Impact of Veterinary Students

Published: Oct 2nd, 2015

Check out this great presentation by Lindsey Hidenrite, Class of 2018 and Cat Coordinator/Board Member for Helping Hands Pet Rescue