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Equine Extended Care Service

Equine Extended Care Service

Published: Jun 29th, 2016

Your First Choice for Long-term Healing at the University of Florida The UF Large Animal Hospital is pleased to announce an exciting new service exclusively for our clients. As of […]

Stallion treated at UF is now true model horse

Published: Jan 6th, 2014

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.

Equine Education Day 2014

Published: Dec 23rd, 2013

Join the UF College of Veterinary Medicine and Sunshine Region Pony Club on Jan. 11, 2014 for a day of equine education!

West Nile Virus: Transmission, Diagnosis and Prevention

Published: Oct 1st, 2012

The last two weeks of September and the first two weeks of October usually represent the highest activity for mosquitoes in North Florida. Click to read about West Nile Virus transmission, diagnosis and prevention.

Justin McNaughten

Justin McNaughten

Published: Jun 26th, 2012

Resident, Large Animal Reproduction Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences Equine & Large Animal Reproduction PO Box 100136 2015 SW 16th Ave Gainesville, FL 32610 352-392-2229 FAX 352-846-0207 Education […]

Summer Season and Your Horse

Published: Jun 7th, 2012

Horses and large animals will need more water in the hotter months, and Florida’s tropical climate can promote some infections or make existing medical problems worse. Read tips from UF Large Animal Hospital veterinarians about keeping your horse healthy in the summer months of Florida.

Equine Gestation Timeline

Published: Apr 16th, 2012

First Trimester Day 0: Date of Ovulation Days 14-16: Initial pregnancy ultrasound and evaluate for twins Day 18: Additional ultrasound examination may be needed for evaluation of twins Days 25-30: […]

What are some eye problems that are specific to certain horse breeds and why?

Published: Mar 29th, 2012

Ocular diseases are diagnosed at a higher frequency in certain breeds and may be attributable to genetic defects that affect the body’s own response to the disease.

Our Facilities

Our Facilities

Published: Mar 23rd, 2012

The UF Large Animal Hospital provides state-of-the-art veterinary diagnostic and treatment techniques to equine and large animals from Gainesville, Ocala, Jacksonville and all other areas. Contact us to schedule an […]

Does my horse need psyllium or a supplement if I feed him good-quality hay?

Published: Mar 7th, 2012

We might not have a good answer for every situation. The reason is that certain horses might be at greater risk than others because they are less discriminating eaters than other horses or have an underlying digestive disorder that predisposes them to impactions. The other important issue is sand access.