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Webinar: Getting grants from the ASPCA

Would you like to get funding from the ASPCA? They’ve just launched a new grants portal, and are offering a free webinar to help animal organizations take advantage of opportunities […]

Shelter medicine team in the spotlight for response to Florida canine influenza outbreak

The most recent issue of Florida Veterinarian magazine interviewed our own Dr. Cynda Crawford about the role played by Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program during last year’s canine influenza outbreak.

Study shows drug reduces stress in TNR cats

In a new breakthrough published in the Sept. 2017 issue of Advances in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, it turns out that the drug gabapentin can mitigate stress in TNR cats.

Looking back on animal welfare’s year of challenge and courage

2017 is almost over, and it’s been a year most of us wouldn’t want to live through again. Animals and people were caught in a series of devastating natural disasters, stretching the animal welfare safety net to the limits of its capacity.

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