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February is pet dental health month – it is a good reminder that we should take care of our pets’ teeth all year long. We have information on signs of pet dental health issues, risks associated with poor pet dental health, and more.
A road resurfacing of SW 16th Avenue in front of the Veterinary Hospitals may cause delays to our visitors. Please plan some additional time to arrive to your appointments.
Advice on pet winter safety, winter behavior challenges, and does your dog need a sweater?
The Emergency and Critical Care team headed by board-certified emergency veterinarians provides 24-hour services and critical care of seriously ill hospitalized patients in our intensive care unit.
We have the best tools available to maximize the chances for a good outcome in our veterinary oncology patients. Our primary goal is to make a difference in quality of life for your companion animal.
The board-certified surgeons at the UF Small Animal Hospital apply state-of-the-art techniques in combination with the most sophisticated equipment available to provide for all your pet’s surgical needs.