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Register now! Join us on Friday, July 7, from 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for the 9th Annual Healthy Horses Conference at the UF College of Veterinary Medicine.
No one knows your horse better than you do. Identifying subtle changes will help improve communication with your veterinarian should an issue arise.
Read about Bandit, a 12-year-old Paso Fino gelding, who underwent fracture repair surgery and extensive postoperative care at the UF Large Animal Hospital.
Read about the 7-year-old Tennessee Walking Horse, Wonder, and her recovery from pericarditis and pleuropneumonia at UF.
Be watchful of these potentially toxic pasture plants and make sure your horse, cattle, goats, poultry, and dogs do not have access to them.
The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services has released a new webmap to track equine diseases. Florida’s Equine Reportable Disease Map is an interactive way to look at disease occurrence […]
It’s mosquito season, which recalls the life-threatening effects of heartworm disease. So if you’re the parent of a dog, cat or ferret, listen up. Adult heartworms living inside dogs or wild...
While waiting nearly a year — 340 days on average — for your mare to foal, there’s a whole host of things you can do to help things run smoothly. Providing daily exercise lets your mare stay in...
Pets feel the unsettling effects of moving as much as anyone in your family. So if you’re a pet parent on the move, you’ll need to create security in the midst of chaos and set up a routine...
Iris came to the clinic with lameness in her back and hind limb. The exam was very thorough, by examining her and riding her in the fabulous new riding ring at the clinic.