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A human placenta-derived compound is being used with promising results by UF veterinarians to treat animals with severe bone loss.
UF’s array of veterinary cardiology services convinced horse’s owners to drive him to Gainesville for treatment.
UF researchers are studying whether approved drugs can block transmission of virus behind COVID-19.
Interim Dean Dana Zimmel shared the following statement in response to the killing of George Floyd.
The viral pandemics we’ve encountered over decades can all be traced back to animals. And unless we change our ways, we’re likely to see many more such pandemics. Animals aren’t…
On mild summer days when you’re tempted to open your windows wide, think twice if you have a cat in the house–especially if you’re way up off the ground. Cats…
When dealing with pain, cats respond very differently than dogs. That’s why painful conditions, like arthritis, are often underdiagnosed in our feliPne friends. More than 90% of cats over 10…
Heat and humidity can exacerbate certain problems your dog has been managing up to now. One of these is called laryngeal paralysis, sometimes called “lar par” for short. The larynx…