New study shows suffering, euthanasia in shelters will rise without immediate action.
The grant will support an accelerated internship program for six veterinarians.
$420,000 in grants are available to animal shelters, foster-based organizations, and public charities to pilot new approaches that open doors to new adopters and volunteers and welcome your entire community.
“The world needs skilled, courageous, compassionate animal welfare and vet med professionals now more than ever."
Antibiotic app - Shelter vet shortage - Hoarded cat adoptions - Help for big dogs - Pneumovirus outbreak - Compassion Fatigue Course - and more ...
Our own Dr. Cynda Crawford received one of the highest honors at the University of Florida when she was honored for her work as an educator of future generations of animal shelter veterinarians
Dr. Crawford honored – Shelter intake up – Free e-book on community-based sheltering – Shelter Medicine Mentorship Program – and more …
“Some cats had stress-induced urinary conditions and fractures. We saw a bunny who refused to eat, a dog who was rescued after nearly drowning in a pool, an orphaned baby squirrel, a chicken with a fractured wing . . . On the second day of operation, we welcomed more than 240 patients.”
Hurricane Ian response – Disaster resilience – Response grants – Spay/neuter and animal relocation options for damaged shelters – and more …
Progress made over decades to control overpopulation of dogs and cats through high-volume spay-neuter surgeries is at risk.