The articles “New forensic programs investigate deaths of unclaimed dogs and cats” and “ASPCA opens Veterinary Forensic Science Center” in the Feb. 15, 2021, issue of JAVMA News, pages 342 and 343, respectively, incorrectly named several organizations as creators of guidelines on postmortem examinations. The International Veterinary Forensic Sciences Association alone created the guidelines. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, in collaboration with Florida International University and Tufts University, created separate clinical standards and best practices for veterinary forensic sciences. Also, the first article gave the wrong year for when A Dog Has No Name and A Cat Has No Name started. The programs started in 2019.