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UF Veterinary Hospitals Closed Friday, Oct. 17

The UF Veterinary Hospitals will be open for emergencies only this Friday in accordance with Campus for UF Homecoming. The Veterinary Diagnostic Labs will also be closed and will reopen Monday, Oct. 20.

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Equine Reproduction: Behavior & Transition Phases

Do you know why horses are called “seasonal breeders”? Audrey Kelleman, DVM, DACT, explains the seasonal transitions for broodmares.

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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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Dr. Morton & New Equine Sports Performance Arena

The Fall 2014 issue of Florida Veterinarian magazine, featuring Dr. Alison Morton, is now online and available for viewing as a PDF.

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2014 Small Ruminant Production Conference

The program will focus on goat and sheep health, nutrition, production efficiency and management for your herd or flock. Click to access the registration flyer.

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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.

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