Access to veterinary care - Disaster response - Spay-neuter - FeLV/FIV/FIP research - Cat friendly decision making - Grants
Hurricane Ian's harsh lesson for veterinarians
With seven Shelter Medicine course offerings this summer, UF veterinary students can pick a favorite topic or start on a path toward earning the Certificate in Shelter Medicine.
“Some cats had stress-induced urinary conditions and fractures. We saw a bunny who refused to eat, a dog who was rescued after nearly drowning in a pool, an orphaned baby squirrel, a chicken with a fractured wing . . . On the second day of operation, we welcomed more than 240 patients.”
Hurricane Ian response – Disaster resilience – Response grants – Spay/neuter and animal relocation options for damaged shelters – and more …
The Florida State Agricultural Response Team is assessing the impact of Hurricane Dorian and will be matching up offers of resources with the most critical needs.
Dr. Julie Levy shares a comprehensive list of tips for animal shelters.
Course sharing program brings online disaster response training from UF and Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program to vet students in the Buckeye State.