Dr. Chris Adin

Dr. Christopher Adin named department chair

The UF College of Veterinary Medicine has named Christopher Adin, DVM, chair of the college’s department of small animal clinical sciences. His arrival is expected on September 1.

Dr. Amara Estrada

UF participates in new lifetime study of heart disease in Doberman Pinschers

A University of Florida faculty member is one of a three-person team of veterinary cardiology specialists who are conducting a first-ever lifetime study evaluating the influence of genetic mutations on […]

Allison Okell

UF Veterinary Medicine scientist receives national award

Dr. Allison O’Kell, a small animal internal medicine specialist and clinical assistant professor at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, has received a Mentored Clinical Scientist Research Career […]

PBSAC

Practice-Based Small Animal Clerkship

The purpose of this course is to provide students with in-clinic primary care experience treating small animals (dogs, cats, and small exotics if treated by the practice), emphasizing physical examination, […]

Slide Miami-Dade Surgery

Shelter Animal Sterilization and Population Management

Students in the two-week elective Shelter Practice Clerkship will learn how to care for these animals as individuals and as a population via an immersive, hands-on experience in a large-sized […]

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UF College of Veterinary Medicine to launch new open heart program

January 11, 2019

The program will be a collaboration between UF and renowned veterinary cardiologist Masami Uechi, D.V.M., Ph.D., of Japan.

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Grey Wolf acquires Veterinary Healthcare Solutions

January 15, 2019

A provider of animal health products and services, Grey Wolf Animal Health, has acquired Veterinary Healthcare Solutions (VHS)....

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Anesthesia of Wildlife and Zoo Animals

January 11, 2019

When wildlife or zoo animals need surgery, special concerns come into play. Before these animals can be operated on, anesthetic drugs are almost always used to minimize pain and movement...