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Poisonous Pasture Plants

Published: Oct 19th, 2015

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

State Veterinarian Releases Interactive Equine Disease Map

State Veterinarian Releases Interactive Equine Disease Map

Published: Jun 17th, 2015

The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services has released a new webmap to track equine diseases. Florida’s Equine Reportable Disease Map is an interactive way to look at disease occurrence […]

Name that Foal Contest Winner

Published: May 26th, 2015

Congratulations to five-year-old Cailyn for being the winner of our Name That Foal Contest this year! The filly, also named Cailyn, was part of the annual “Name That Foal” contest […]

Technique Developed at UF for Equine Sinus Surgery

Published: Jul 18th, 2013

A new technique has been developed at UF for bilateral sinus disease in the horse.

Horse Owner Alert: Pythiosis

Published: May 2nd, 2013

We have experienced a recent increase in horses being admitted to the UF Large Animal Hospital with a diagnosis of cutaneous pythiosis, an infectious disease caused by the pathogen Pythium insidiosum, which leads to granulating skin lesions.

EHV-1 Information Seminar from UF Veterinary Hospitals

Published: Feb 25th, 2013

Join us on Tuesday, February 26, 2013 for a free evening seminar for information that horse owners should know about EHV. Click on the link for more information.

CE Opportunity for Veterinarians

Published: Nov 14th, 2012

Please join us for a fun and informative veterinary business event. Learn how to grow your veterinary practice and achieve all of your business goals, whether you are an owner, associate or student. Registration is free for the first 100 to sign up and practitioners can receive up to 5 CE credits!

Stallion Treated at UF is Now 2012 Celebration Breyer Horse Model

Published: Jun 27th, 2012

An American Drum Horse stallion named Mariah’s Boon was a model patient when he received two surgeries for an abdominal abscess caused by a wire that had penetrated his stomach. Watch the video of Boon’s successful outcome and life as a Breyer Horse Model.