Out of the success of animal shelter evolution in Jacksonville, Fla., grew Target Zero, a group that helps communities end euthanasia in their shelters and save 95 percent or more of their homeless pets.
Would you like to put your veterinary skills to work helping homeless animals and teaching shelter medicine to veterinary students? The College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Florida is seeking applicants for a clinical assistant professor position in shelter animal medicine and surgery.
Dr. Julie Levy walks viewers through the steps, and demonstrates that tail vaccinations are easier on both cat and veterinary care provider than you’d have imagined.
The homeless pets of Michigan and Guatemala have one thing in common: Dr. Jim Bader on their side.
Students learn a lot in the classroom — but there’s nothing like going hands-on in an animal shelter to prepare future shelter veterinarians to help our nation’s homeless pets.