Second Edition of Shelter Medicine Textbook Available in January 2013

Published: November 16th, 2012

Category: News, Online News

Second Edition, available January 2013

The landmark Shelter Medicine resource is better than ever, with a newly updated edition.

Can you believe the ground-breaking text by Lila Miller and Stephen Zawistowski, Shelter Medicine for Veterinarians and Staff, was published nine years ago?  So much has changed in the field of Shelter Medicine since 2004.

Online Courses Transition
to New Edition

This text is currently used in all three courses of Maddie’s® Online Certificate in Shelter Medicine, and we are anxiously awaiting the new Second Edition that will be published January 1, 2013. Both VME 6810 and VME 6812 begin January 7 and newly enrolled students will need this textbook for their studies.

Students who already own the First Edition of this book will be able to use it during Spring Semester. However, those who need to purchase the text should pre-order the updated and revised Second Edition. Either edition can be used during the upcoming term during the transition period to the new edition. However, the new edition will be required beginning with Summer 2013 term.

Chapters Authored by UF Shelter Medicine Faculty

Recognized as leaders in the field, faculty members from UF’s Shelter Medicine team contributed to the new edition of Shelter Medicine for Veterinarians and Staff.  A preview of the book, including the full Table of Contents, is available at Amazon.com.

Feline Care in the Animal Shelter

Chapter 10, by Adjunct Associate Professor Dr. Brenda Griffin

Reptile and Amphibian Care in the Animal Shelter

Chapter 12, by Associate Professor Dr. Natalie Isaza (coauthor)

Management of Stray and Feral Community Cats

Chapter 41, by Maddie’s® Professor Dr. Julie Levy (coauthor)

Nonsurgical Sterilization of Cats and Dogs

Chapter 42, by Adjunct Associate Professor Dr. Brenda Griffin

Pre-Order Now

You can order the Second Edition of Shelter Medicine for Veterinarians and Staff from: