Click HERE for reliable resources for Responding to COVID-19 Concerns in the animal sheltering community
Our Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program has been inundated with requests from veterinarians and animal shelters looking for reliable information for their humane organizations and communities. Although the COVID-19 situation continues to rapidly evolve, there are good sources for policies, protocols, and practices that provide for greater human safety without sacrificing humane care. Many industry sites provide reliable and sound information for your community’s companion animal health professionals. Click above or go to our "COVID-19 Resources" section at this link: https://www.vet.cornell.edu/hospitals/maddies-shelter-medicine-program/covid-19-resources
We have listed several resources here that we hope will help to further educate and inspire all of those in the shelter medicine community. We strive for open communication and cooperation. Please see the resources listed below. If you have resources you would like to suggest we add to this list, please email Sarah Nickerson at email@example.com.
Gimme Shelter (MSMP Blog)
"Every Nose Counts: Using Metrics in Animal Shelters"by Dr. Jan Scarlett
Maddie's® University provides advanced, formalized education with credible experts in leadership, lifesaving and foster care to increase awareness of current no-kill best practices and animal care. These programs are engaging, multi-platform learning opportunities.
The ASPCA Field Investigations and Response (FIR) team has vast experience in investigating and responding to cruelty and disaster cases across the country and has made its wealth of knowledge accessible to everyone in 10 free online courses.