Students learn a lot in the classroom — but there’s nothing like going hands-on in an animal shelter to prepare future shelter veterinarians to help our nation’s homeless pets.
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
Nine shelter medicine certificate students will gain hands-on experience in Shelter Medicine and High Quality High Volume Spay and Neuter programs throughout the country.
Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program is now accepting applications for 2013 Shelter Medicine and Spay/Neuter Externship Travel Stipends.
From her first days volunteering at her local shelter, Dr. Lauren Rockey knew she was destined to become a shelter veterinarian.
Shelter Medicine externs will spend most of their time working with a veterinarian in the shelter. Spay/Neuter externs, students will spend most of their time developing their surgical proficiency.