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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.
Brr…it’s getting cold outside! Stay on top of your horse’s heath this winter with these tips from our veterinarians.
As we age, we must make changes to our lifestyle in order to maintain skeletal, muscle, and anatomical integrity. This is also true for horses. Read further for tips on senior health care.
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.
Ahh…Christmas. The smell of spiced cider, the glitter of lights—and the crash of tree ornaments your cat bats to the floor. Balancing Christmas tree love with your cat’s safety is challenging,...
What would a cat be without its winsome whiskers? But charming though they are, whiskers serve some important functions. These specialized hairs are controlled by their own muscles and nerves....
Keeping sick dogs away from healthy ones is easier said than done, since signs of illness aren’t always obvious. That’s why disease control guidelines are being developed for canine group...
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.