The call to action is this: we must recognize our nation’s animal shelters are in crisis.
After reviewing the published literature and field experience, the Shelter Medicine Academic Consortium has issued new guidelines recommending elimination of quarantines for animals exposed to COVID.
It’s been the holy grail of animal welfare for decades now.
A common method of restraining cats both in animal shelters and veterinary settings is far more likely to cause them to experience stress and fear than a less restrictive form of handling.
Animals seized from hoarding situations frequently suffer from conditions including enteric and respiratory infections, retroviruses, dermatophytosis, malnutrition, and other evidence of neglect.
Saving the lives of 1 million cats in North American animal shelters over five years may be an audacious goal, but the Million Cat Challenge is halfway there.
Program to help animal shelters reduce feline euthanasia surpasses expectations
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
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