2017 is almost over, and it's been a year most of us wouldn't want to live through again. Animals and people were caught in a series of devastating natural disasters, stretching the animal welfare safety net to the limits of its capacity.
Have the happiest of holidays from all of us at Maddie's Shelter Medicine Program at UF!
UF’s own Dr. Julie Levy has been presented with the 2017 Avanzino Leadership Award by Maddie’s Fund.
The Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program is pleased to announce five tuition reimbursement scholarships have been awarded for students who completed the summer Shelter Medicine course, Integrating Veterinary Medicine with Shelter Systems.
During her time at the Soi Dog Foundation in Thailand, Dr. Katherine Polak was involved with many animal welfare initiatives, particularly focusing on ending the cruel dog and cat meat trade.
This is the season when all of us take time to reflect on all the things we have to be grateful for. At the Maddie’s® Shelter Medicine Program at UF, that includes the incredible community of students, alums, veterinary professionals, shelters, and animal lovers who responded with such compassion to…
Do you have a deep, personal passion to change the world for shelter pets? If this is you, then you might be our next shelter medicine intern.
Four recent grads of the Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program at UF are making a difference for animals from Florida to Texas to Kenya!
More than 1,200 shelters participating in the Million Cat Challenge projected they'd saved 1 million more cats, not just within the five years of the Challenge, but more than a year early.
Thursday, November 16, 2017, at the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando