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Veterinarians, shelter staff, volunteers and the animal loving public are raving about Maddie's® webcasts. More than 26,000 animal welfare enthusiasts have watched noted academics, shelter medicine experts and industry leaders deliver the most current information on topics such as anti-body titer testing, ringworm, community cats, social media for animal shelters and more. Most webcasts offer RACE CE for veterinarians.

"These webinars are bringing us the best and most current information in the field of animal welfare. As a 17-year veteran in the field, I wish I had this learning advantage when I first started...it would have saved so much learning by error! This is such an important contribution to our shelter and much appreciated. Thank you."

Upcoming Webcasts

Treating the Treatables: Saving Lives Through Medical Protocols, Foster Care and Proactive Thinking

September 18, 2014: Does your shelter or rescue group have medical protocols in place to care for your pets and for your fostered dogs and cats? Foster programs are critical if we want to help more pets who are facing treatable medical conditions, and to expand the capacity of a community to care for its homeless pets. Read more

In Case You Missed It:

How Animal Shelters Can Treat and Prevent Heartworm in Dogs

Heartworm disease is 100% preventable, yet experts estimate one million dogs in the U.S. are infected with the parasite. The challenge of prevention and treatment is particularly acute in animal shelters, which usually receive the dogs when they are already heartworm-positive and face challenges finding resources to treat them. Read more

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