Each spay/neuter provider and shelter need to build a plan to re-open and operate in the "new norm."
Receiving far less attention is the effect the COVID-19 pandemic has had on international companion animals, particularly those without an owner.
Are you overwhelmed with all the information regarding COVID-19 and how it may impact your pet? Have you thought about who will take care of your pet if you can’t?
Certified Compassion Fatigue Educator Jessica Dolce offers her perspective on how people who work with animals can find ways to make healthy choices during the current COVID-19 crisis.
Hear the latest national guidance on the role of spay/neuter during the pandemic and how programs are navigating these unprecedented times.
The Maddie's Shelter Medicine Program at the University of Florida continues to monitor the developing situation as animal shelters cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.
The public health emergency that is upon all of us with COVID-19 calls all of us to action.
Shelter/rescue staff and volunteers have an opportunity to take advantage of many online educational options -- mostly free -- for the animal welfare community.
With the emergence of a novel coronavirus, COVID-19, as a global pandemic threat, animal shelters may be faced with a number of difficult challenges.
A new study suggests problems with the home environment of pet cats are a major source of welfare concerns for cats and may increase the risk of shelter surrender.