Not every year is equally inspiring to look back on, but for us at the Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program at UF, this one definitely was.
Canine parvovirus can sweep through an animal shelter rapidly. A study conducted earlier this year suggests help might come from an unlikely source.
Thanks to the efforts of a UF Shelter Medicine alum, the Cambodian dog meat trade may be coming to an end.
It was hard not to feel overwhelmed with gratitude for everyone working so hard to make a difference for the pets and people of Puerto Rico during the first two rounds of Spayathon for Puerto Rico.
Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at the Maddie's Shelter Medicine Program at UF!
Dr. Julie Levy and the Maddie's Shelter Medicine Program at UF team were proud to be in Puerto Rico to study the largest spay/neuter event ever attempted.
Are we paying enough attention to microchipping as a strategy to increase lifesaving and reduce intake to animal shelters? An international study hints we may want to rethink the importance of the chip.
Round two of Spayathon Puerto Rico, a comprehensive 18-month project to perform 20,000 surgeries, launches Nov. 3-9.
Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program joined a team from HomeAgain to provide a free microchipping clinic to pets of faculty, staff, and students of the UFCVM.
The Florida State Agricultural Response Team (FLSART) is assessing the impact of Hurricane Michael on the Florida Panhandle animal welfare agencies.