Beloved bovine is home
after successful surgery at UF

Fourth-year veterinary student Carley Trcalek and Dr. Myriam Jimenez, a resident with the Food Animal Reproduction and Medicine Service, with Penny, an 11-year-old Jersey cow owned by Morningside Nature Center in Gainesville, before her surgery May 8 at UF's Large Animal Hospital. (Photo by Sarah Carey)

Fourth-year veterinary student Carley Trcalek and Dr. Myriam Jimenez, a resident with the Food Animal Reproduction and Medicine Service, with Penny, an 11-year-old Jersey cow owned by Morningside Nature Center in Gainesville. Penny received successful surgery to remove an abscess within her udder on May 8 at UF’s Large Animal Hospital. (Photo by Sarah Carey)

May 2015

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Ocala PETS clinic receives Level 3 certification

The UF Pet Emergency Treatment Center in Ocala has received Level 3 certification from a national group.

Sophomore student Kate Peper's father assisted in her coating. (Photo by Sarah Carey)

Coating ceremony marks students’ transition into clinical rotations

The college’s Professional Coating Ceremony marked the Class of 2017’s transition into clinical rotations.

Dina Michaels and Dr. Dan Brown

Scientist wins university-level Superior Accomplishment Award

A biological scientist at the UFCVM is honored with university-level Superior Accomplishment Award.

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IFAS’ Bug Week features two new Protect Our Pets videos

IFAS’ Bug Week features two new videos that are part of the popular “Protect Our Pets” series.