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?
After a long career in veterinary medicine, Dr. Sarah Kirk is embarking on retirement.
South Korea may become the latest community cat success story.
Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus Type 2 (RHDV-2) has been reported in Florida for the first time.
A new study found that, despite availability of preventives, 1 in 4 dogs and 1 in 5 cats taken in as strays to Florida shelters have been infected with heartworm.
As the nation’s animal shelters face a shortage of veterinarians trained in shelter medicine, two interns in the Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program at UF are in training to fill that critical gap.
This October will mark the first Adopt a Dog Month of the COVID era.
The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the problem of compassion fatigue in the helping professions, including animal welfare.
While many shelters and clinics never completely closed during the strictest phases of COVID precautions, they're all facing the challenge of relaxing those restrictions while the virus is still spreading.