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.
Study finds that implementation of a behavior assessment makes cats more adoptable at one municipal animal shelter
This Spring 17 UF College of Veterinary Medicine graduates earned the Maddie's Professional Certificate and 11 veterinarians and veterinary students from around the world earned the Maddie's Graduate Certificate
Register for the next free webcast in the Million Cat Challenge's Five Key Initiatives series!
Thanks to support from the ASPCA, students and veterinary professionals are able to save more homeless animals with online graduate education.
11 students have enrolled in the program with many more anticipated in the coming semesters!
This year, UF veterinary student Jenna Rooks used her shelter medicine training to make a life-saving difference for one lucky shelter dog.
From play groups to quiet time, join Dr. Sheila D'Arpino of the Center for Shelter Dogs for 90 minutes full of helpful tools and techniques.
Summer and fall courses from MSMP offer something for everyone.
The UF CVM is the only veterinary school in the country to offer a Shelter Animal Behavior and Welfare course.