To Richard Gonzmart, president and a member of the family that runs Tampa's historic Columbia Restaurant, Rusty is more than a dog. He’s part of the family.
A new “gene chip” developed at the UF CVM sheds light on brain response in horses infected with West Nile virus.
The movie Dolphin Tale has a character loosely based on none other than UF's Dr. Mike Walsh.
Tennis star Venus Williams’ revelation that she had Sjogren’s syndrome not only increased the world’s familiarity with the disease, it also caused some buzz in living rooms and laboratories right here in Gainesville.
Although the journey has been long and painful for a rescued 2-year-old quarter horse named “Baby Girl,” the gentle filly is now recovering well, thanks to successful surgery Oct. 11 at UF’s Large Animal Hospital and an ongoing regimen of advanced medical therapy.
The use of lasers in veterinary medicine is not new, but UF veterinarians are now using the procedure postoperatively with great success in dogs with paralysis caused by intervertebral disc disease.
University of Florida researchers, in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, report that a single dose of an immunocontraceptive vaccine controls fertility over multiple years in adult female cats.
The college unveiled a new, high-tech auditorium in a grand opening dedication held Aug. 19. The facility will enhance teaching and learning opportunities for students and faculty.
A 9-year-old Chihuahua recently became the first patient at the UF Small Animal Hospital to receive a procedure known as laser lithotripsy to remove a stone lodged in his urethra.
Steve Roberts is shown with his dog, Tucker, several months after treatment at UF's Small Animal Hospital to remove an obstruction…