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College plays key role in Hurricane Irma relief

Published: Sep 28th, 2017

The college rallied to provide assistance to pet owners, veterinarians and animals of many species throughout the state after Hurricane Irma.

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

Published: Jul 13th, 2017

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

UF veterinary college faculty member honored by national shelter group

UF veterinary college faculty member honored by national shelter group

Published: Dec 1st, 2016

Dr. Julie Levy recently received an award from a national shelter group.

College faculty member receives national 2016 Hero Veterinarian Award

Published: Sep 14th, 2016

The American Humane Association has named a UF college faculty member its 2016 Hero Veterinarian.

Florida Veterinarian Magazine, Spring 2016

Published: Apr 21st, 2016

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

Dr. Julie Levy

DNA studies reveal that shelter workers often mislabel dogs as ‘pit bulls’

Published: Feb 17th, 2016

DNA studies reveal that shelter workers often mislabel dogs as ‘pit bulls’, UF researchers report.

Florida Veterinarian magazine: Fall 2015 issue

Published: Oct 5th, 2015

The Fall 2015 issue of Florida Veterinarian magazine is now online.

Isaza named Grevior Shelter Medicine Community Outreach Professor

Published: Jan 27th, 2015

Dr. Natalie Isaza has been named the Grevior Shelter Medicine Community Outreach Professor.

Veterinarian, dentist collaborate to help cat through unique dental procedure

Published: Nov 12th, 2014

UF veterinarian, dentist collaborate to help cat through unique dental procedure.

Operation Catnip

Targeted feral cat sterilization program yields multiple benefits

Published: Aug 20th, 2014

A recent UF study shows that a targeted feral cat sterilization program yields multiple benefits.