It may help protect Florida’s rabbit population.
Dr. Toth achieved the Maddie's Shelter Medicine Certificate and graduated from vet school last month.
Congratulations to all 34 amazing shelter medicine students at Maddie's Shelter Medicine Program at the University of Florida!
Two members of the UF College of Veterinary Medicine class of 2021 are being honored for their commitment to shelter medicine. Lainie Velasquez and Katie Cox both earned the Maddie’s Professional Certificate in Shelter Medicine. Velasquez also earned the Veterinary Business Management Certificate, and Cox served as class president. Added…
How Wright Way Rescue managed an influx of dogs with distemper.
It’s been the holy grail of animal welfare for decades now.
Here's what we found in our most recent survey of Florida animal shelters.
While COVID spread across the country, another disease was spreading inside Jacksonville Animal Care and Protective Services: Canine pneumovirus.
Going directly from their current home to their new home is the best outcome for pets.
How can shelters protect unexposed animals from highly contagious diseases without resorting to euthanasia?