A year of COVID, innovation, collaboration, and inspiration.
Our program answered the call to assist many shelters this year with distemper outbreaks.
The UF Shelter Medicine Team, headed up by Dr. Cynda Crawford, works with shelters across the country that are struggling with disease outbreaks.
Everyone at UF Shelter Medicine wishes all of you the happiest of Thanksgivings!
How does a whole county’s animal sheltering program get turned around?
What's going on with lime sulfur availability, and how can we treat ringworm cats without it?
Study finds declaw bans do not lead to increased feline shelter intake or euthanasia.
The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the problem of compassion fatigue in the helping professions, including animal welfare.
Dr. Linda Jacobson of the Toronto Humane Society writes about canine heartworm treatment.
The UF Shelter Medicine Program comes to the aid of a local shelter.