The anatomic pathology service provides necropsies, surgical pathology and dermatopathology of domestic and exotic animals.
The aquatic, amphibian and reptile pathology service works with aquariums and conservation societies.
The clinical pathology service performs hematology, chemistry, endocrinology, urinalysis, fluid analyses and cytology tests for domestic and exotic species.
The veterinary forensic pathology service performs forensic services for companion animals, livestock and wildlife.
The microbiology, parasitology and serology service provides results to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of infectious disease.
News FROM AROUND THE COLLEGE
Two new programs spearheaded by Dr. Adam Stern aim to bring justice to victims of animal abuse.
Successful surgery was performed to remove a shoe from the stomach of a 10.5 foot, 341-pound Nile crocodile on Feb. 5.
Ten years later, Animal Airwaves is nationally syndicated on public radio and going strong.
Routine dental care is a key component of pet wellness, UF veterinarians say.
Florida’s beloved state marine mammal, the manatee, is facing difficult times in parts of the state. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is presently investigating a high level of…
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Dogs keep themselves pretty clean under normal circumstances. But how often should we bathe them for a deeper cleaning? Your sense of smell can help you make the call. If…
Payment methods accepted
Fees for visits are to be paid in full at the time of service. For your convenience we accept cash, checks, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express and Care Credit. Individuals other than the owner admitting an animal must provide written treatment authorization signed by the owner or be able to assume financial responsibility for the total cost of the visit. Pay your bill online.