Imagine an animal shelter where veterinarians and staff could get critical test results in just hours. New tools may make it possible.
Veterinarians and animal shelter workers have something in common: increased risk of the condition known as compassion fatigue.
“I am concerned that a shelter veterinarian must have more than just written authority for the sheltered animals in their care. Can you advise?”
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.
Check out this great presentation by Lindsey Hidenrite, Class of 2018 and Cat Coordinator/Board Member for Helping Hands Pet Rescue