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
Dr. Rhoel Dinglasan and his industry collaborators have won 2nd place in a tech competition sponsored by the NIH for a smartphone-based, rapid saliva test they developed that can be…
The reptile, owned by St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park, came to the UF Veterinary Hospital for x-rays to determine a cause for lameness.
Dr. David Pascual has held the post on an interim basis for over two years. His appointment is effective immediately.
The new professorship honors Dr. Michael Schaer for his contributions to the college and the veterinary profession.
Bubonic plague isn’t the scourge it was centuries ago, but it’s still around. Yersinia pestis [yer-SĬN-ē-ah PESS-tiss], the bacteria responsible, is carried in fleas that live mostly on rodents. Animals…
During your pet’s wellness exam, do your eyes glaze over when your veterinarian recommends bloodwork? After all, isn’t that just for sick pets? Sure, that’s one reason. Results of blood…
Many people grow up hearing that animals are color blind, or that dogs and cats only see in black and white. The truth is much more muted and complex. On…
Koalas — those adorable marsupials from Down Under — don’t seem to have much in common with people. But they’re very susceptible to the same infection that wreaks havoc in…
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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.