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Students, residents and goat

Third-year veterinary student Jordi Behrens, Dr. Anastacia Munro, a visiting human anesthesiologist from UF Health Shands Hospital, and UF CVM anesthesia resident Dr. Sharon Tenenbaum are shown with Melba, a goat treated at UF for severe mastitis. Melba, owned by Elisa Anderson, had her udder removed surgically and is recuperating well. (Photo by Sarah Carey)


National Service Dog Eye Exam photo, 5/30/14

UF participated in the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmology’s National Service Dog Eye Examination event on May 30, providing free eye screening exams to 23 dogs. Here members of the ophthalmology service pose with Judy Thigpin, second from right, and her three service dogs, Journee, Ryker and Kylee. (Photo by Sarah Carey)

Veterinary technician Robert Reeves, left, and Dr. Sarah Boston at book signing.

Veterinary technician Robert Reeves, left, and Dr. Sarah Boston at a book signing event held June 9 at the UF Small Animal Hospital. The college’s department of small animal clinical sciences organized the luncheon event, at which Dr. Sarah Boston, a UF veterinary surgical oncologist and budding book author, read from and signed copies of her new book, Lucky Dog. (Photo by Dr. Kelvin Kow)

Students prepare flowers for graduation

Students from the Class of 2015 prepare flowers on May 23 for sale during commencement exercises the following day. (Photo by Sarah Carey)

Flowers thrown in air

Here’s to the Class of 2014. Cheers! (Photo by Sarah Carey)

Gator Nation map

This map shows pins placed by members of the Class of 2014 at locations where they will be working after graduation from the UFCVM. The Gator Nation is everywhere! (Photo by Sarah Carey)

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June 2014

Veterinary Academic Building

Strategic planning update

The college has developed a live, evolving strategic plan to guide its future growth.

Graduate selfie

Class of 2014 graduates tip tassels to left

The Class of 2014 recently celebrated completion of four years of veterinary school.

Students performing exam on horse

Equine program benefits veterinary, undergraduate students

A collaborative program between the UF CVM and IFAS helps students with interests in the equine industry.

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