Photos Tagged as 'College of Veterinary Medicine'

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Rory

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Rory, a 5-year-old Australian shepherd, suffered from what is believed to have been a fibrocartilaginous embolism, or FCE. After a month of rehabilitation therapy at UF's Small Animal Hospital, she is back to her normal self.

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Rehabilitation at UF helps dog with ‘spinal cord stroke’

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Rory with UF staff

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From left to right, with Rory, are Lauren DiMartino; Rory's owner, Noelle Spielman; Monica Tschosik; Sarah Franz and Katie Hogan, all from the Class of 2013.

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Rehabilitation at UF helps dog with ‘spinal cord stroke’

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Small Animal Hospital

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UF Small Animal Hospital, including emergency and critical care, oncology, cardiology and internal medicine.

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UF College of Veterinary Medicine hosts open house April 16

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MareFoal

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The 4th Annual Healthy Horses Conferences at UF’s College of Veterinary Medicine offers a unique learning opportunity for horse owners.

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College’s 4th annual Healthy Horses Conference is April 9

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Paul S. Cooke, Ph.D.

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Paul S. Cooke, Ph.D., chairman of the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine’s department of physiological sciences

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ASPCA-Maddie’s Forensic Conference 2011

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Members of the ASPCA Field Investigations and Response Team during a dogfighting raid in Georgia.

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Blood sport investigations conference registration open

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Franky

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Dr. Ashley Allen, a small animal medicine intern at UF, examines Franky while the cat’s owner, John Prosser, looks on. Franky was successfully treated at UF for a deadly parasite known as cytauxzoon. (Photo by Sarah Carey/University of Florida)

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UF veterinarians help cat survive ‘bobcat fever’ parasite

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