Animal shelter workers are invited to participate in a national survey to understand rabies prevention policies.
Dogs come in all shapes and sizes, but does what we see match what we get from DNA analysis? See for yourself!
You can now earn Maddie’s® Graduate Certificate in Shelter Medicine entirely online. Please click below to learn more about the courses and scholarship opportunities that are available for you.
From her first days volunteering at her local shelter, Dr. Lauren Rockey knew she was destined to become a shelter veterinarian.
From an exploration of the psychology of hoarding to processing simulated crime scenes, Maddie's Veterinary Forensics Conference provided a wealth of insights and practical tools.
We have just released our Annual Report for 2009-2010. We invite our donors, supporters, students, alumni, and friends to download the report and learn more about our programs and our work for animals.
Maddie's Fund® announces plans for a multimillion-dollar next generation animal care and teaching facility.
Attention UF veterinary students! If you're interested in learning HQHVSN to help save the world (or at least the dogs and cats that are in it!), then MSMP can help.
Maddie's Institute hosted an extraordinary presentation with Dr. Julie Levy, DVM, PhD, on a revolutionary approach to feral/community cats. The webcast of this presentation is now available for free online viewing.
When Hurricane Katrina devastated communities along the coast, rescue organizations from across the country stepped in to support displaced companion animals. But testing nearly 500 animals revealed infectious disease concerns in animals that were transported nationwide. This article in DVM360 highlights our study and explores issues of…