Dr. Mielo and friend

From TNR-teen to veterinarian, new UF shelter medicine intern is looking to lead

What does a high school girl who trapped feral cats in her neighborhood and spent her own money getting them spayed and neutered grow up to be? If you’re Meaghan […]

cat, calculator

Love data and cats? We’re hiring!

The Million Cat Challenge was founded on the belief that “Every Cat Counts.” And now we’re hiring someone to count the cats.

Dr. Levy and students

Working for a more diverse future in shelter medicine

Health care professions, including veterinary medicine, are notoriously lacking in diversity, but the Summer Health Professions Education Program (SHPEP) wants to change that.

One of the surviving dogs in Tucscon, Ariz.

Beating strep zoo in an animal shelter: Yes, you can

One of the most feared causes of canine respiratory disease in animal shelters is the bacterium Streptococcus zooepidemicus.

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