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Fall 2019 Florida Veterinarian Magazine

October 25, 2019

The latest issue of the college's magazine, Florida Veterinarian, is now online.

UF researchers develop first-ever protocol for treating rare infection in dogs

UF researchers develop first-ever protocol for treating rare infection in dogs

October 25, 2019

A UF graduate student helped develop a protocol to successfully treat a dog in Thailand with a rare disease.

Our story: Challenge Accepted

October 9, 2019

Learn more about UFCVM's impacts on animal, human and environmental health.

Malaria’s spit solution: New grant will aid development of diagnostic test

October 8, 2019

A new $1.29 million grant from the Global Health Innovative Technology Fund will support Dr. Rhoel Dinglasan’s work to develop a novel saliva-based malaria diagnostic test.

Animal Airwaves

Salt lamps can endanger curious pets

November 8, 2019

Himalayan salt lamps are popular decorative item, and some folks even claim they have health benefits. That remains unproven, but one thing’s for sure: salt lamps can pose risks for...

How to Avoid Dietary Indiscretion in Pets Over the Holidays

November 8, 2019

(original air-date: Nov. 19, 2011) The holidays mean many things to many people, but almost always involve food not typically served in the household. While the temptation to allow our...

The “why” behind the Coggins test

November 7, 2019

If you have a horse, chances are your buddy has had a Coggins test. That’s because all states require it. But do you actually know what it’s for? The Coggins...

As climates warm, risks of zoonotic disease can increase

November 5, 2019

Climate change is impacting our lives in many ways. But one that might not be on your radar is an increase in zoonotic diseases. Those are infections that can spread...

Debunking myths about feline nutrition

November 1, 2019

With all the buzz about nutrition, let’s set a few things straight about feline food. Some folks think it’s best for cats to eat raw meat. That might work if...

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