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Animal Airwaves-Live February 28

Published: Feb 27th, 2015

Dr. Carsten Bandt guests on Animal Airwaves-Live tomorrow

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,”

Animal Airwaves Live

Animal Airwaves Live

Published: Feb 13th, 2015

This coming Saturday, Feb. 14th at 1:00 pm, Dr. Katie Barry will present the topic “Veterinarians in the Military” on the Animal Airwaves Live call-in radio program on WUFT-FM.

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.

Veterinarians, dentist collaborate to help cat through unique dental procedure

Published: Nov 18th, 2014

A cat is recuperating well after receiving a metal prosthesis to correct a palate injury in his mouth, thanks to a unique collaborative dental procedure performed at the UF Small Animal Hospital.

Equine sports complex at UF a new resource for horse owners

Published: Jun 5th, 2014

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.

UF veterinarians report spike in leptospirosis cases

Published: Mar 11th, 2014

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