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Study: High intensity sterilization of free-roaming cats reduces populations with least death of cats

Published: Jul 31st, 2019

The study simulated seven different management strategies for reducing cat populations.

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Are sleepovers and short-term fostering good or bad for shelter dogs?

Published: Jul 25th, 2019

“These programs are a great way to give dogs a break from the daily stressful environment of an institutional setting,” said Dr. Cynda Crawford.

Dr. Linda K. Lord. Photo courtesy of The Ohio State University

In Memory of Dr. Linda Lord

Published: Jul 19th, 2019

Linda Lord, DVM, MS, PhD, was a pioneer in research that has helped countless pets stay out of shelters.

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How a UF Shelter Medicine grad is helping change animal sheltering in Michigan

Published: Jul 10th, 2019

What happens when a 9-year veteran of a municipal shelter gets a Master’s Degree in shelter medicine? He helps shelters across his state benefit from what he learned.

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Happy Independence Day!

Published: Jul 3rd, 2019

Happy Fourth of July from all of us to all of you! We hope it’s a safe one for you and your animals.