Collaboration with one of the nation’s leading animal welfare organizations leads to another successful shelter medicine conference!
Registration is currently underway for two online courses!
UF veterinary students can receive funds to spend two weeks training at an adoption-guarantee shelter.
An alternative to a widely accepted vaccination protocol in cats could literally move the needle for feline cancer treatment, according to research from the University of Florida and Maddie's Shelter Medicine Program.
With the help of the state's animal shelters, Maddie's Shelter Medicine Program is creating a statistical snapshot of how cats and dogs move through the Florida shelter system.
PetPoint Solutions helps future veterinarians prepare to treat shelter pets. Thanks to a generous grant from PetPoint Solutions, three of the online students will receive a tuition reimbursement upon successful completion of VME 6811 Shelter Animal…
Congratulations to our fall ASPCA scholarship recipients! Thanks to a generous grant from the ASPCA, these three outstanding students will have the opportunity to gain knowledge that can help save the lives and improve the well-being of countless numbers of…
Nestlé Purina PetCare Company helps future veterinarian Ally Sterman prepare to treat shelter pets. Thanks to a generous grant from Nestlé Purina PetCare Company, soon-to-be Dr. Ally Sterman, at The Ohio State University will receive a tuition reimbursement upon her…
The ninety veterinarians and veterinary students enrolled in Maddie’s® Graduate Certificate in Shelter Medicine courses this term reside on 5 continents.
The nation's leaders share their secrets for ending the euthanasia of cats for population control.