When Best Friends announced the formation of Best Friends - Atlanta, it was great news for the pets of that city. And it was great news for the Maddie's® Shelter Medicine Program at UF, too!
Last fall, boarded veterinary nutritionist Dr. Jason Gagné gave a presentation on “Optimizing Nutrition in the Shelter” to our students. Now, we’re making it available for anyone who wasn’t able to attend live.
Fighting dogs have a champion in their corner, thanks to our brand-new Online Shelter Medicine Master’s Degree program graduate, Dr. Stephanie Black.
The deadline for applying is September 2, 2016, for the fall semester. Apply today!
How does a Master’s degree in shelter medicine help graduates help animals? Ask Dr. Jeff Fortna, who recently earned his Master’s from UF in the Maddie’s® Online Shelter Medicine Program.
What are veterinary students doing to help homeless pets? Plenty! Students at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine are the backbone of Helping Hands Pet Rescue, Gainesville’s largest pet rescue organization. Putting what they’re learning into practice, they’re rehabilitating sick and injured animals, organizing spay/neuter clinics for shelter…
An anonymous donor wanted to honor of her childhood dog, Broker, and recently awarded scholarships to students in the Maddie’s® Shelter Medicine Program at the University of Florida.
Dogs and cats in South America will soon have vaccination recommendations tailored specifically for them, thanks to a group of dedicated veterinarians, including Dr. Cynda Crawford of the Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program at UF.