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VIlla Michelle Adoptathon Day 1

One photographer, one dog: Saving lives in Puerto Rico

Published: Oct 10th, 2018

Shannon Jackson joined the Maddie’s Shelter Medicine team when we visited Puerto Rico this summer to document our shelter consultations there.

Dr. Cynda Crawford sending a survivor to its new home

Helping shelters prevent and respond to disease outbreaks

Published: Oct 3rd, 2018

The UF Shelter Medicine Team, headed up by Dr. Cynda Crawford, works with shelters across the country that are struggling with disease outbreaks.

You can still sign up for our online Compassion Fatigue course!

Published: Sep 23rd, 2018

There’s still time to enroll in the fantastic Compassion Fatigue Strategies online course with Jessica Dolce.

Dr. Emma Johnson

Study: Nonprofit clinics may be some pets’ only chance of being spayed or neutered

Published: Sep 16th, 2018

Nonprofit spay-neuter clinics predominantly serve low-income clients and animals lacking regular veterinary care, in addition to animals from shelters and community cats.

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We’re hiring a Million Cat Challenge program manager in Gainesville [UPDATED]

Published: Sep 9th, 2018

The manager will coordinate projects with the equivalent position at UC Davis, the work of multiple offsite consultants, and faculty/staff at UF.

Dr. Katherine Polak

UF shelter medicine alum responds to deadly Indonesian earthquakes

Published: Sep 3rd, 2018

Dr. Katherine Polak was there to help the many horses and community cats left behind by those fleeing the disaster.

Puerto Rico - tough job but someone has to do it

Happy Labor Day!

Published: Aug 29th, 2018

To everyone who works in a shelter, does TNR, rescues, provides vet care to homeless pets, or works to keep pets in their homes.

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We’re hiring an outreach and data specialist for the Million Cat Challenge

Published: Aug 23rd, 2018

The Million Cat Challenge was founded on the belief that “Every Cat Counts.” And now we’re hiring someone to count the cats!

Dr. Cynda Crawford and puppy

Shelter medicine, hope, and a community coming together to help animals: The Puerto Rico story continues

Published: Aug 15th, 2018

The shelter has been overwhelmed with animals since Hurricanes Irma and Maria devastated the island last fall.

Mentoring at Operation Catnip

How PetSmart Charities is helping UF train the next generation of shelter veterinarians

Published: Aug 9th, 2018

Operation Catnip is celebrating its 20th anniversary at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. It has become a model program for providing veterinary students with hands-on surgery training.