Twin sisters’ fundraising drive
helps save unofficial soccer team mascot

Dr. Katie Barry, left, and third-year UF veterinary student Jessica ? are shown with Calvin, a dog owned by twin sisters Lauren and Brooke Smith, third and fourth from left, on Dec. 2, the day of Calvin's discharge from the UF Small Animal Hospital. (Photo by Sarah Carey)

Dr. Katie Barry, left, and third-year UF veterinary student Jessica O’Neill are shown with Calvin, a dog owned by twin sisters Lauren and Brooke Smith, third and fourth from left, on Dec. 2, the day of Calvin’s discharge from the UF Small Animal Hospital. (Photo by Sarah Carey)

December 2015-January 2016

40th-Anniversary-logo

College celebrates 40th Anniversary in 2016

The UF College of Veterinary Medicine celebrates its 40th Anniversary in 2016. Events marking this milestone will be held throughout the year.

Calvin and his owners

Soccer twins’ drive, UF veterinarians save dog

Soccer team unofficial mascot saved thanks to UF veterinarians, twin sisters’ drive and support from the Gator Nation.

Dr. Amy Stieler with foal

Article by UF equine researchers lauded by journal

UF equine researchers’ study of the effect of antibiotics in treatment of a medical condition common in foals is recognized by a leading veterinary journal.

Student Animal Welfare contest winners 2015

Students win fourth place in animal welfare contest

University of Florida veterinary students received fourth place overall in the 15th Annual Intercollegiate Animal Welfare Judging and Assessment Contest.

Dr. Brian DiGangi

Faculty member now board-certified in new shelter medicine specialty

Dr. Brian DiGangi has become one of only four veterinarians to become certified in the new specialty of Shelter Medicine Practice.