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Dr. Murray Brown with his family

Dr. Murray Brown, a professor of large animal surgery, has retired from the large animal clinical sciences faculty after 35 years of service to UF. He is shown here with members of his family during a reception held in his honor on Oct. 28. We wish him all the best! (Photo by Sarah Carey)

Fracture stabilization for equine transport/lab

Participants in the annual Veterinary Technician Symposium, held Oct. 25 at the UF Veterinary Hospitals, are shown getting hands-on experience in a lab focusing on training in fracture stabilization for equine transport. (Photo by Sarah Carey)



Dr. Cate McManus, left, sent UF this special “selfie” taken with Dallas nurse Nina Pham, who survived Ebola, and Pham’s dog, Bentley on Nov. 1. Pham and Bentley were reunited that day following Bentley’s release from quarantine. McManus, a former resident with the UF Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program, now serves as operations manager for Dallas Animal Services and played a key role in Bentley’s care. (Photo courtesy of Dr. Cate McManus)

Dr. Sarah Bostin and Ilene Silverman

Dr. Sarah Boston, left, with her dog, Rumble, and local TV show host, Ilene Silverman. Boston taped an interview on the Ilene Silverman Show this past month to discuss her new book, Lucky Dog. (Photo courtesy of Ilene Silverman)

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November 2014

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The recent suicide of a prominent veterinarian prompted a class on compassion fatigue.

Christine Ashman and Caitlin Spindler

Attorney holds ice cream social to thank dog’s care team

A local attorney sponsors an ice cream social in appreciation of the care provided to his dog, Buddy.

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Dog’s owners show appreciation with luncheon, donation

The owners of a Boston terrier who has been a longtime client of UF’s Small Animal Hospital host a luncheon for her care team.

Rottweiler rescued from sinkhole by UF VETS team

The UF VETS team helped rescue a 55-pound rottweiler puppy was rescued from a sinkhole on Oct. 15.

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