It’s been the holy grail of animal welfare for decades now.
In this recorded webinar, Dr. Sandra Newbury, Director of University of Wisconsin's Shelter Medicine Program, gives practical guidance for essential shelter workers caring for pets who have been exposed to COVID-19.
Each spay/neuter provider and shelter need to build a plan to re-open and operate in the "new norm."
Hear the latest national guidance on the role of spay/neuter during the pandemic and how programs are navigating these unprecedented times.
Since 2010, the Association of Shelter Veterinarians’ guidelines for Spay-Neuter Programs has recommended "the use of a simple green linear tattoo to identify all neutered pet animals."
Nonprofit spay-neuter clinics predominantly serve low-income clients and animals lacking regular veterinary care, in addition to animals from shelters and community cats.
Are high quality, high volume spay/neuter clinics safe? A six-year study of 113,906 spay/neuter surgeries performed in a Florida spay/neuter clinic found that the canine mortality rate was lower than that reported for hysterectomy in women.
Register now for a FREE day-long "Rethinking the Cat" symposium in June 2015 in Miami or Gainesville.
What has 66 legs and travels 84,372 miles in one week? The group of students who took part in our 2014 Community Cat Management course! Veterinary students and veterinarians from three countries and thirteen states came to UF to learn about best practices in managing unowned cats. The…
Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program is now accepting applications for 2013 Shelter Medicine and Spay/Neuter Externship Travel Stipends.