Small Animal Hospital
The UF Small Animal Hospital offers medical and surgical care for dogs, cats, birds and exotic pets. Sophisticated diagnostic imaging capabilities and cutting edge technologies assist our clinicians in the diagnosis and treatment of difficult and complex diseases in your pet.
Large Animal Hospital
Located at the main campus of the University of Florida in Gainesville, the Large Animal Hospital was built in 1994 to provide advanced diagnostics and veterinary care to horses, cattle, alpacas, llamas, goats, pigs, and other large farm or food animals.
The Ocala PETS emergency clinic serves pet owners in the Marion County region by bridging the gap during time periods when veterinarians’ offices are typically closed. Our goal is to provide a caring, compassionate environment for critically ill animals and their families.
The UF Veterinary Hospital at WEC
The new veterinary hospital at the World Equestrian Center in Ocala brings access to UF’s breadth of expertise to equine athletes and small animals visiting the center.
The Veterinary Pharmacy provides services to all areas of the Veterinary Hospitals and is a member of the Society of Veterinary Hospital Pharmacists.
Our labs offer clinical and anatomic pathology testing, in addition to a range of microbiology, parasitology and serology services. We also provide forensic pathology services.
Jaw-dropping recovery: UF veterinarians save injured dairy calf using creative 3D solution
A 3-D printed, cast-like device allowed the calf’s jaw fracture to heal.
Labrador retriever beats odds, remains cancer-free after treatment at UF
Riley has lived for four years since his initial diagnosis with splenic hemangiosarcoma.
New LINAC at UF veterinary college enhances cancer treatment for animals
UF’s veterinary oncology team began treating patients with the new LINAC in September.
Dog treated at UF survives sepsis from infection believed due to cat scratch
Suki’s owners refused to give up on her, despite the challenges they faced.
Dog recovering well after treatment at UF for rare case of botulism
The dog was believed to have contracted the disease by ingesting a carcass, and spent 30 days in the UF Small Animal Hospital’s ICU.
Bald eagle released back into the wild after treatment at UF and Audubon Center for Birds of Prey
The eagle was released at Alligator Lake park, near the spot of its original rescue.
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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.