UF veterinarians collaborate to correct a rare eye abnormality in an endangered okapi calf.
A new lifetime study in Dobermans aims to shed light on the role of genetic mutations in a heart disease common to the breed.
The event drew students, practice owners and associates to the college for a full day of discussion on the benefits of practice ownership.
The college's dean, Dr. James W. Lloyd, has been honored by a national veterinary medical business group.
The college's newest Distinguished Award recipients were honored May 26 during UFCVM commencement exercises.
The college rallied to provide assistance to pet owners, veterinarians and animals of many species throughout the state after Hurricane Irma.
UF has played a major role in managing the emergence of a highly contagious strain of dog flu.
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Read the special 40th Anniversary issue of Florida Veterinarian magazine here.
Dr. Paul Nicoletti, a professor emeritus of infectious diseases, benefactor and longtime advocate for students, has died.