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Hurricane Preparation Tips

Hurricane Preparation Tips

Published: May 27th, 2016

Hurricane season in the United States is from June 1 to November 30, with most of the storms forming in the months of August, September and October. Horse owners and […]

First Aid Checklist

Published: May 27th, 2016

Information provided by Dr. Amanda House, Veterinarian of UF Large Animal Internal Medicine, Clinical Assistant Professor, DACVIM, Equine Extension Specialist and Course Director of the Practice-Based Equine Clerkship Program. Know Your […]

Equine & Large Animal Rescue

Published: Jan 19th, 2012

Horse and large animal rescue is available and made possible by the Veterinary Emergency Response Team. If you have a large animal emergency, visit the Veterinary Emergency Response Team webpage […]

Emergencies

Published: Dec 9th, 2011

Video Endoscopy

Published: Dec 5th, 2011

Colic Emergencies

Colic Emergencies

Published: Dec 2nd, 2011

Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: 352-392-2229 Map and Directions Contact Us Emergency procedures The equine veterinarians at the UF Large Animal Hospital provide advanced emergency colic […]

Emergencies

Emergencies

Published: Nov 10th, 2011

Emergency Contact Information Emergency & Office phone: 352-392-2229 Directions to the UF Large Animal Hospital UF Large Animal Hospital 2015 SW 16th Ave Gainesville, FL 32610 Link to address on […]

Digital or Computed Radiography

Published: Nov 9th, 2011

The UF Veterinary Hospitals has Direct Digital Imaging and Computed Radiology. How it works Digital or Computed Radiography uses a cassette system with an imaging plate that contains photostimulable (light-stimulated) […]

Nuclear Scintigraphy

Published: Nov 9th, 2011

The University of Florida Veterinary Hospitals utilize an MIE digital nuclear scintigraphy unit. How it works An animal is injected with a radioactive isotope which travels to inflamed or damaged […]

Computed Tomography

Computed Tomography

Published: Nov 9th, 2011

The UF Veterinary Hospitals have an Aquilion Toshiba 160-Slice Multidetector-row CT Scanner capable of scanning small and large patients. The large patients are scanned by using our specially designed table […]