Articles Tagged ‘AA Live’

Animal Airwaves—Live is an hour-long call-in show that airs between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturdays on WUFT-FM in Gainesville. The show features faculty members from the UF Veterinary Hospitals who address a variety of topics relating to pet health care, including companion animals, exotic pets and horses. Call in your questions to 352-392-8989 during the show or email questions about whatever topic is being discussed that day to

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Audio LIVE: Evaluating Lumps and Bumps in your Pet

Feb 16, 2013 • By Speaker: Dr. Heather Wamsley

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadAny abnormal lump or bump on your pet should be check by a veterinarian immediately. Although some lumps, called lipomas, are due to fat deposits and generally harmless, others could be signs of serious disease, such as cancer. Dr. Heather Wamsley, a board-certified veterinary clinical pathologist, returns to the […]

Audio LIVE: Small Animal Ultrasound

Feb 9, 2013 • By Speaker: Dr. Clifford “Kip” Berry

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadDiagnostic ultrasound imaging is one of many tools available to veterinarians these days for determining the cause of disease in pets. Ultrasonography makes use of sound waves to provide information about the body’s internal organs and has a variety of applications in veterinary medicine. Ultrasound is also economical and […]

Audio LIVE: Effects of Disease on Marine Life: Why You Should Care

Feb 2, 2013 • By Speaker: Dr. Don Behringer

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadThe effects of disease on marine animals can be wide-ranging. Lobsters, crabs, sponges and corals often share habitat but when disease strikes, the effects can ripple through the ecosystem in remarkable ways. Dr. Don Behringer, an expert in marine disease ecology, will discuss some of the impacts of disease […]

Audio LIVE: Taking Shelter Medicine to the Next Level

Jan 26, 2013 • By Speaker: Dr. Terry Spencer

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadCaring for animals in a shelter environment requires a unique set of skills beyond what veterinary students learn routinely while in school. Managing disease in a large population of animals; examining animal victims of cruelty that are medical evidence; and preventing or modifying behavior problems common in shelter environments […]

Audio LIVE: Fighting Melanoma in Dogs and Horses

Jan 19, 2013 • By Speaker: Dr. Rowan Milner

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadUniversity of Florida veterinarians have actively been involved for years in efforts to stop the spread of melanoma, a common cancer, in dogs and horses. Through the development of a vaccine, progress has been made. Learn more about what melanoma is, how it commonly appears in dogs and horses […]

Audio LIVE: Foal Care and Vaccinations

Jan 12, 2013 • By Speaker: Dr. Amanda House

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadNewborn foals have special needs. On this show, Dr. Amanda House will offer some critical tips and a vaccination timeline for the newborn foal, focusing on disease prevention and how to recognize if you have a problem. Important vaccines for foals and when to administer them will also be […]

Audio LIVE: Pet ER: What is a Medical Emergency

Jan 5, 2013 • By Speaker: Dr. Bobbi Conner

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadHow do you know when your pet is experiencing a medical emergency? Obvious trauma cases would include animals being hit by a car, bleeding profusely from an injury or accident, or being bitten by a poisonous snake. Other situations may be life-threatening but not as obvious. If your animal […]

Audio LIVE: Demystifying cancer in pets

Dec 29, 2012 • By Speaker: Dr. Nick Bacon

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadReceiving a diagnosis that your pet has cancer can be frightening at many levels. How common is cancer in pets? What types of cancers are common in pets and what sorts of treatments exist for the various manifestations of this disease? Can an any types of cancer in animals […]

Audio Live: Animal CSI

Dec 15, 2012 • By Speaker: Drs. Jason Byrd and Rachel Touroo and Amanda Fitch

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadWhen animals are abused, often determining the cause of death or injury requires specific forensic analysis, which in turn becomes evidence that can be used in court. The University of Florida plays a key role in providing veterinarians with knowledge about forensic investigations and evidence collection, and also provides […]

Audio LIVE: Small Animal Mythbusters-Setting the Record Straight

Dec 8, 2012 • By Speaker: Dr. Alex Gallagher

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadDogs are color blind. Cats always land on their feet. The dog’s nose is warm, therefore it must be sick. True or false? Actually, these are just a few of many myths passed along in our culture which can affect not only how animals are perceived, but also human […]

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