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Virtual commencement offers echos of tradition in unique format to honor new D.V.M. graduates

Virtual commencement offers echos of tradition in unique format to honor new D.V.M. graduates

May 24, 2020

Although commencement was online this year, there was no shortage of well-wishes for these new D.V.M. graduates.

College to honor Class of 2020 in virtual commencement ceremony

College to honor Class of 2020 in virtual commencement ceremony

May 16, 2020

Mark your calendars! College plans virtual commencement ceremony to honor new graduates.

Congratulations to our Spring M.S. and Ph.D. recipients

April 30, 2020

We congratulate our spring recipients of M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in this video presentation.

UF researchers shine light on dearth of research on how anti-cancer drugs impact aquatic ecosystems

UF researchers shine light on dearth of research on how anti-cancer drugs impact aquatic ecosystems

April 28, 2020

A group of UF graduate students developed a critical review of what’s known — and unknown — about the effects of certain cancer drugs on aquatic ecosystems. Their conclusion: few studies...

Animal Airwaves

Urinary Tract Disease in Pets

May 29, 2020

Original Airdate: Aug. 23 2019 Does your dog or cat urinate more frequently than usual, or for longer or shorter periods? Does your pet strain to urinate, or have accidents...

Blood Donation in Dogs and Cats: Why Transfusion Medicine Saves Lives

May 22, 2020

Original Airdate: Sept. 27, 2019 The gift of blood in a medical emergency saves animal as well as human lives. Learn more about the blood types of dogs and cats,...

Why veterinarians contributing to public policy makes sense

May 19, 2020

When you consider people making public policy, chances are veterinarians don’t come to mind first. But involving veterinarians makes perfect sense. Certain governmental agencies and departments,...

Ticks and dogs: an unholy alliance

May 18, 2020

As the weather gets warmer, it’s time to focus once again on protecting our dogs against ticks and the diseases they can transmit. If your pooch spends any amount of...

Crushing the curve on dog bites

May 15, 2020

More than 4.5 million people sustain dog bites each year and over 800,000 require medical treatment. The good news is that most dog bites are preventable. Dogs usually bite as...

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