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Two new programs spearheaded by Dr. Adam Stern aim to bring justice to victims of animal abuse.
Successful surgery was performed to remove a shoe from the stomach of a 10.5 foot, 341-pound Nile crocodile on Feb. 5.
Ten years later, Animal Airwaves is nationally syndicated on public radio and going strong.
Routine dental care is a key component of pet wellness, UF veterinarians say.
In January 2021, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved another replacement therapy for canine hypothyroidism. Thyroid hormones impact many of the body’s functions, and dogs with hypothyroidism don’t produce…
Boxers as a breed are pretty endearing dogs, but they can be heartbreakers, too. One of the diseases they’re prone to is a type of cardiomyopathy called ARVC for short,…
Every year, way too many Thoroughbred racehorses die of catastrophic injuries, prompting a furious search for answers. Most of these injuries affect previously damaged legs and where there’s tissue damage,…
Manatees are intriguing, gentle creatures that are sadly endangered. UF’s Aquatic Animal Health program offers online classes relating to these fascinating marine mammals as well as clinical research and intervention…