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Get the Facts about Canine Influenza

Have questions about canine influenza? Veterinarians and pet owners can visit our canine influenza page to get answers to frequently asked questions.

UF Veterinary Emergency Team Saves Doberman from Near-Drowning Episode

What a lucky dog! Read about Bo, a young Doberman, who was saved by our Emergency and Critical Care Team after nearly drowning in the family pool.

First-of-its-Kind Surgery Saved Dog’s Life

Read about Rumple, a 14-pound Havanese, who was diagnosed with a severe heart condition and underwent a new procedure at UF.

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Recent News

Dog hit by golf cart defeats death three times after treatment at UF

A young dachshund named Rupert, run over by a golf cart in Ocala on Feb. 19, is now living a charmed life after being resuscitated three times by University of […]

Zimmel named college’s associate dean for clinical services

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)

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

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

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Defending zoo animals against fires

You’ve seen the devastating images of people and their pets fleeing wildfires. But, have you ever wondered how zoos keep their animals safe? Preventive measures include clearing brush away from...

Equine Parasites

More than 150 species of internal parasites can affect horses, causing disease and occasionally even leading to death. Recently, the approach to equine parasite control has changed, now with a...

Monkeys gone wild

Florida is facing another struggle with exotic animals set free in the wild. This time, the dangers to people are front and center. Decades ago, 6 rhesus macaques were released...

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