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Saving Neo: UF veterinarians beat odds, revive dog on Christmas Day

Saving Neo: UF veterinarians beat odds, revive dog on Christmas Day

January 28, 2020

By Sarah Carey Moments after a young French bulldog named Neo arrived at UF’s Small Animal Hospital early Christmas morning, bleeding heavily with severe trauma wounds, his heart gave out. […]

Dressage champion horse beats odds, is back in the show ring

Dressage champion horse beats odds, is back in the show ring

December 18, 2019

By Sarah Carey Thanks to a village of committed equine professionals — including University of Florida veterinarians and owners who refused to give up on him — a 9-year-old American […]

UF veterinary college names new interim dean following national search

UF veterinary college names new interim dean following national search

December 9, 2019

Dr. Dana Zimmel, a UFCVM alumna and longtime administrator, will lead the college.

Stray sulcata tortoise gets new home for the holidays

Stray sulcata tortoise gets new home for the holidays

December 5, 2019

The 40-pound tortoise was found wandering loose in High Springs. UF veterinarians were unable to locate her original owner, but one of their own took her in.

Animal Airwaves

Wobbly Cats and Dogs: Why Are They Dizzy?

February 21, 2020

Have you noticed your dog or cat walking with an unsteady gait and looking like they have vertigo? Chances are, if you’ve noticed any type of imbalance in your furry...

Dental disease: avoiding the preventable

February 18, 2020

It’s sort of amazing that dental disease remains one of the most common medical problems in pets, because most of it is preventable. For one thing, make it a habit...

The sinister threat of snack bags

February 17, 2020

Before you dig into your favorite bag of snacks, think twice about the dire impact that bag could have on your pet. Every year, hundreds of pets — dogs and...

Dr. Rob Ossiboff: Amphibian health

February 14, 2020

Amphibians, such as frogs, toads and salamanders, may not get the attention that other animal species do, but their importance to ecosystem health around the globe cannot be overstated. Many...

Diabetes 101 for cat parents

February 13, 2020

Diabetes mellitus — which is usually shortened to just ‘diabetes’ — is pretty common in cats. So it’s important for you cat parents out there to become familiar with the...

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