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Veterinary Technician Continuing Education

Published: Aug 10th, 2015

Join us Saturday, October 17, 2015, for a full day of cutting edge veterinary technician continuing education 2015 CE Tech Day brochure Register online Fellow Technicians, At the University of […]

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UF Small Animal Hospital Achieves High Level of Veterinary Excellence

Published: Aug 4th, 2015

Gainesville, FL — The University of Florida Small Animal Hospital has achieved the highest level of veterinary excellence following a thorough evaluation by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). The […]

Zimmel named college’s associate dean for clinical services

Zimmel named college’s associate dean for clinical services

Published: Apr 21st, 2015

Dr. Dana Zimmel, UF Veterinary Hospital’s chief of staff since 2010, has been named associate dean for clinical services

What you need to know about Canine Influenza (Dog Flu)

Published: Apr 17th, 2015

Dog flu is a contagious respiratory disease in dogs caused by a specific Type A influenza virus referred to as a “canine influenza virus.” This is a disease of dogs, not of humans.

Raw Frozen Cat Food Recall

Published: Mar 19th, 2015

Primal Pet Foods Voluntarily Recalls A Single Lot of Raw Frozen Cat Food

Rare parasite colonizing snails in South Florida

Published: Feb 27th, 2015

The rat lungworm is a nematode that can affect both animals and humans.

UF Small Animal Hospital certified as Level 1 emergency facility

Published: Feb 20th, 2015

“The Level 1 emergency and critical care certification is the highest level of care a hospital can receive in this certification program,”

UF Veterinary Medicine team rescues newborn calf

Published: Jan 1st, 2015

UF College of Veterinary Medicine Director John Haven and his team worked with ACFR to rescue a newborn calf from a sinkhole.

Road Resurfacing

Road work may cause delays

Published: Dec 28th, 2014

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.

Wild, exotic species benefit from UF’s zoological medicine expertise

Published: Dec 23rd, 2014

Although most of the animals seen by UF’s zoological medicine service are exotic pets – birds, reptiles, small mammals such as hamsters or ferrets, fish, amphibians, and even some inverterbrates – the service has the capacity to see almost any type of species considered non-domestic.