How can shelters protect unexposed animals from highly contagious diseases without resorting to euthanasia?
The South Florida Sun-Sentinel recently raised an alarm about animal shelters that's echoing around the country: a shortage of shelter veterinarians.
The transformation being made for animals by the Maddie's Shelter Medicine Program at UF is a global one, and there are few better examples of this than Australian alum Ann Enright.
Animals are the big winners thanks to scholarships made available to three students in the Maddie’s® Shelter Medicine Program by the Nestlé Purina PetCare Company.
Two students in the Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program at the University of Florida will receive Broker’s Tale scholarships in honor of the donor’s childhood dog.
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 now for Integrating Veterinary Medicine with Shelter Systems and Introduction to Veterinary Disaster Response!
How one Maddie's Shelter Medicine Program grad is helping pets in her own community.
Thanks to support from the ASPCA, students and veterinary professionals are able to save more homeless animals with online graduate education.