UF Small Animal Hospital receives Level I VECCS certification

The Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Society offers certification to veterinary facilities that meet and exceed their standards of emergency veterinary care.

UF Equine Sports Performance Complex Equine sports complex at UF a new resource for horse owners

The UF College of Veterinary Medicine has added a new equine sports performance complex to examine horses with subtle injuries. The main goal of the new complex is to treat horses before their injuries become irreversible.

UF Large Animal Hospital

The Large Animal Hospital offers comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services to horses, cattle, alpacas, llamas, pigs, goats and many other large farm or food animals.

Nightime image of the Small Animal Hospital UF Small Animal Hospital

The UF Small Animal Hospital offers specialists in over 15 disciplines, including Surgery, Oncology, Primary Care and more. The hospital treats dogs, cats, birds, exotics. We are here when you need us!

Puppy on blanket Ocala PETS Emergency Clinic

The UF Pet Emergency Treatment Services clinic is open in Ocala. Located centrally on SW 27th Avenue, the clinic is open 5pm-8am Monday through Friday and all day on weekends and holidays. Call 352-512-0886.

UF Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories Diagnostic Labs

The UF Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories provide accurate and timely laboratory results, phone consultations, courier-pickup of samples, a sample drop-off location in Ocala, and flat-rate overnight shipping.

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