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FVSpring2016

Florida Veterinarian Magazine, Spring 2016

Published: Apr 21st, 2016

Read the special 40th Anniversary issue of Florida Veterinarian magazine here.

Supplies used for the novel stomach decompression method are borrowed from similar techniques used in human medicine. (Photo courtesy of Dr. Alex Fox-Alvarez)

UF seeks dogs with deadly stomach disease for study

Published: Apr 13th, 2016

The UF Small Animal Hospital seeks dogs with GDV, a deadly stomach disease, to participate in a study focusing on a new treatment technique.

AAHA story student Heather Jimenez

UF Small Animal Hospital gains accreditation from national group

Published: Aug 18th, 2015

The UF Small Animal Hospital has gained accreditation from the American Animal Hospital Association.

UF Pets Critical Care Level 3

UF PETS in Ocala certified as Level 3 emergency and critical care facility

Published: Jun 1st, 2015

The UF Pet Emergency Treatment Services clinic in Ocala has been certified as a Level 3 emergency and critical care facility.

SAH-Level 1 certification

UF Small Animal Hospital certified as Level 1 emergency center

Published: Feb 16th, 2015

The UF Small Animal Hospital is now a certified Level 1 veterinary emergency facility.

Liesl O'Dell and kids at Open House 2014

CVM Open House 2015

Published: Feb 10th, 2015

The college’s traditional free Open House, a fun event for the entire community, will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 11.

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.

Dr. Rae, Dr. Walden and cows

New species of parasite discovered as disease agent in domestic cats

Published: Jul 17th, 2013

UF researchers have identified a new species of Tritrichomonas in domestic cats. The parasite was long thought to be the same agent that affected both cats and cattle.

PatchesPupDappled

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.