EHV-1 Response and Update: Experts at the UF Large Animal Hospital have answers about equine herpesvirus infection (EHM) as well as current information for owners and practitioners.
NEWS FROM AROUND THE COLLEGE
UF study finds Black and white ancestral origins show no difference in susceptibility to COVID-19
But some patients, whose genetic makeup gives them more protection, have a better chance of fending off infection from the virus.
Stallion with rare form of colic survives after surgery at UF
The procedure used to successfully remove the horse’s gastric impaction was developed at UF.
Petco Love invests in UF Shelter Medicine Program to increase shelter veterinarians amidst national shortage
A $510,000 grant will fund an accelerated one-year internship program for six veterinarians.
Bald eagle released back into the wild after treatment at UF and Audubon Center for Birds of Prey
The eagle was released at Alligator Lake park, near the spot of its original rescue.
Pain Management in Large and Small Animals
Whenever an animal requires surgery, the administration of anesthetic is key to minimizing pain and maximizing patient comfort and safety throughout the procedure. Each case is different, however, and it’s…
Weaning your puppy off whining in the crate
A key part of training a puppy usually includes crate training, to keep your buddy safe and out of mischief. But what if your dog whines in the crate? It…
The Unique Benefits of Integrative Medicine (original air, March 12, 2021)
Integrative veterinary medicine, along with sports medicine and rehabilitation are a subset of complementary and alternative therapies used in tandem with conventional veterinary care for pets. This unique group of…
Considering standing sedation for equine surgeries
Equine surgery is challenging. But consider that one of the most daunting aspects is protecting the horse during recovery from general anesthesia. General anesthetics can cause weakness and disorientation as…