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Fall tips for pet owners

As the fall season approaches, here are some tips to keep your pets safe during the festivities and season related events.

Healthy Pets

Is your pet’s heart healthy?

You can tell a lot about pets by looking at them. But one thing you can’t see is their hearts. Are they healthy, or not? A pet may have heart disease and even the most observant owners may not realize it.

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When Fleas Attack

Operation: Protect Our Pets is a collaboration between IFAS Extension and UF Veterinary medicine to create educational videos for pet owners. When Fleas Attack has information on the life cycle, prevention, and detection of fleas.

Veterinary Emergency Treatment

Pet emergency?

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.

Guinea Pig

How to care for your pet guinea pig

See our general recommendations for nutrition, housing, and environment for your pet guinea pig.

Veterinary Oncology

Veterinary cancer care

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.

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Recent News

UF veterinary technician continuing education program

Join us Saturday October 25, 2014 in Gainesville, Florida for a full day of cutting edge veterinary technician continuing education.

Equine sports complex at UF a new resource for horse owners

The UF College of Veterinary Medicine has added a new equine sports performance complex to examine horses with subtle injuries. The main goal of the new complex is to treat horses before their injuries become irreversible.

Road work may cause delays

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.

UF veterinarians report spike in leptospirosis cases

UF veterinarians report seeing a spike in leptospirosis cases, urge practitioners and pet owners to be vigilant.

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