Disaster Preparedness with Animals

Are you ready for a hurricane or other natural disaster? Are your animals?

New video captures college’s story

The UF College of Veterinary Medicine has been impacting animal, human and environmental health for more than 40 years. This new video captures our story.

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Orientation shot, Class of 2021

Admissions and Student Services

The UF College of Veterinary Medicine offers a 4-year DVM program and a joint DVM/MPH program. Through our graduate studies office, we also offer MS and PhD degrees in Veterinary Medical Sciences.

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Veterinary Research

Researchers at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine are at the forefront of advancing animal, human and environmental health.

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The UF Large Animal Hospital

The UF Large Animal Hospital is a major animal referral center for patients from the Southeastern United States as well as from across the US and around the world.

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The UF Small Animal Hospital

The UF Small Animal Hospital offers cutting-edge medical services for dogs, cats and exotic animals.

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UF, UF Veterinary Hospitals are now open

Sep 9th, 2017

As we are now beyond Hurricane Irma, the college and the UF Veterinary Hospitals have resumed normal business hours. As always, our hospital emergency services are open 24/7. UF PETS in Ocala  re-opened on Sept. 12.

Dr. Jenna Rooks prepares to administer the canine flu vaccine to a dog belonging to a UF veterinary medical student during a clinic held on June 22 at the UF Small Animal Hospital.

UF plays key role in managing new dog flu emergence

Jul 13th, 2017

UF has played a major role in managing the emergence of a highly contagious strain of dog flu.

Bradybaena similaris, a type of snail that harbors the dangerous rat lungworm parasite. (Courtesy of Florida Museum of Natural History)

Potentially lethal rat lungworm parasite found throughout Florida

Jun 28th, 2017

UF researchers report finding the potentially lethal rat lungworm parasite throughout Florida.