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2017 Technician Continuing Education Conference

Published: Aug 18th, 2017

Join us on Saturday, October 21, for a full day of cutting-edge continuing education specifically designed for veterinary technician and staff. Click for more information and to register.

2016 Technician Continuing Education Conference

Published: Sep 14th, 2016

Join us on Saturday, October 22, 2016 for an exciting day of veterinary technician continuing education in the form of lectures, hands-on labs, and masterclasses!

UF Small Animal Hospital to offer free eye and heart screening exams to service dogs on May 8

Published: Apr 28th, 2015

The University of Florida’s Small Animal Hospital will offer free eye screenings and heart examinations to service animals on

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

Jobs at the UF College of Veterinary Medicine

Published: Apr 21st, 2015

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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.

April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month

Published: Apr 1st, 2015

Pet First Aid Tips

CVM Open House

Published: Feb 27th, 2015

The college’s annual Open House, a community tradition, will take place April 11 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Holiday Season & Your Pet

Published: Sep 30th, 2014

The holiday season can be a stressful time for you and your pet, and can create special dangers for your furry family members. We hope the following information informs you […]

Musculoskeletal Prevention

Prevent bone, muscle and joint disease in your pet

Published: Aug 11th, 2014

Musculoskeletal disease can affect pets of all ages. In the early stages of this disease, it’s hard to spot because your pet may look and act absolutely fine.