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Veterinary Hospitals Technician Continuing Education Program

Join us Saturday October 25, 2014 in Gainesville, Florida for a full day of cutting edge veterinary technician continuing education.

Colic Care at UF Large Animal Hospital

What is a veterinary specialist?

The UF Veterinary Hospitals have more than 60 board-certified veterinarians, but what is the advantage of having specialty veterinary care for your equine or large animal?

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NOW OPEN – Equine Sports Performance Complex

The Equine Sports Performance Complex is now available for performance evaluations!

Dr. Chris Sanchez Equine Veterinarian

Equine & Large Animal Veterinary Care

The primary goal of the UF Large Animal Hospital in Gainesville, Florida is to improve your animal’s quality of life through comprehensive care and state-of-the-art diagnostics and treatment options. Click to learn more.

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UF Supports Time To Ride

Time To Ride is designed to connect American families, specifically moms, to horse opportunities in their local area. We hope you find it helpful in making first, second, or third steps towards a horse experience.

Mariah's Boon treated at UF Large Animal Hospital

Stallion treated at UF is now true model horse

An American Drum stallion named Mariah’s Boon was treated in Gainesville at UF in 2009 and is now the 2012 Celebration Breyer Horse. Click on the link to watch the video.

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Helpful Links: Poisonous Pasture Plants

Be watchful of these potentially toxic pasture plants and make sure your horse, cattle, goats, poultry, and dogs do not have access to them.

Showy crotalaria and horses

Planting some ideas for equine liver health

Toxins called pyrrolizidine alkaloids, found in certain types of vegetation, can pose big problems for your horse. Click to learn which plants are toxic, and how they affect your horse over time.

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Get a jump on laminitis

Laminitis, a crippling hoof disease, is one of the most common reasons horses are euthanized. However, this excruciating syndrome is often preventable by controlling your horse’s diet.

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