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Zebu receiving hemodialysis

Zebu recuperating at home after treatment at UF for kidney injury

Published: Dec 17th, 2014

A pet zebu is recuperating at home after receiving hemodialysis treatment at UF for kidney injury.

Leptospira bacteria shown in a scanning electron micrograph. (Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.)

UF veterinarians report spike in leptospirosis cases

Published: Mar 10th, 2014

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

Rattlesnake

Veterinarians seek dogs for snakebite anti-venom study

Published: Jun 25th, 2013

UF veterinarians are seeking dogs that were recently bitten by pit viper snakes for a study of an investigational anti-venom previously unavailable in the Southeast.

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UF veterinarians save pregnant dog with pancreatitis – and her puppies

Published: Apr 30th, 2013

Treatment at UF’s Pet Emergency Treatment Services in Ocala and in Gainesville saved pregnant dog and her puppies.

Tetanus Dog Mocha

UF veterinarians save dog with tetanus infection

Published: Jan 18th, 2013

A puppy with the most severe tetanus infection seen by UF veterinarians in recent memory survived and is now thriving.

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UF treats first animal in new hyperbaric chamber

Published: Oct 31st, 2012

UF veterinarians have treated their first patient in a new hyperbaric chamber at UF’s Small Animal Hospital. The dog is doing well at home after having survived multiple bites on its face from a rattlesnake.

Cali Snake Bite Dog

Dog survives rattlesnake bite, becomes social media celebrity

Published: Jul 25th, 2012

A young Labrador retriever is home with her family after surviving a rattlesnake bite it took veterinarians 24 vials of antivenin to treat.

Larry Ferguson of Gainesville with his two dogs, Max and Whiskey

Dog survives coral snake bite after emergency treatment at UF

Published: Jan 13th, 2012

A dog bitten by a deadly coral snake survived after emergency treatment at the UF Small Animal Hospital in December.