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We’ve Expanded!

Our clinic has expanded to better serve veterinarians and pet owners in the Marion County area. Click to read more about how we’ve progressed!

Get the Facts about Canine Influenza

Have questions about canine influenza? Veterinarians and pet owners can visit our canine influenza page to get answers to frequently asked questions.

UFPETS Achieves High Level of Veterinary Excellence

Our hospital was recently evaluated on approximately 900 rigorous veterinary standards of excellence. We are proud to be among the top AAHA-accredited hospitals in the United States and Canada!

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Recent News

Dressage champion horse beats odds, is back in the show ring

Dressage champion horse beats odds, is back in the show ring

December 18, 2019

By Sarah Carey Thanks to a village of committed equine professionals — including University of Florida veterinarians and owners who refused to give up on him — a 9-year-old American […]

UF veterinary college names new interim dean following national search

UF veterinary college names new interim dean following national search

December 9, 2019

Dr. Dana Zimmel, a UFCVM alumna and longtime administrator, will lead the college.

Stray sulcata tortoise gets new home for the holidays

Stray sulcata tortoise gets new home for the holidays

December 5, 2019

The 40-pound tortoise was found wandering loose in High Springs. UF veterinarians were unable to locate her original owner, but one of their own took her in.

Fall 2019 Florida Veterinarian Magazine

October 25, 2019

The latest issue of the college's magazine, Florida Veterinarian, is now online.

Animal Airwaves

Pet Emergencies: How Proper Awareness, Action and Prevention Can Save Lives

January 24, 2020

Emergencies by nature are unexpected, and create high levels of stress for everyone concerned. If your pet suddenly experiences any of the following signs — severe or unstoppable bleeding;...

Lumps and Bumps in Your Pet: What Cells Can Tell

January 17, 2020

If you’ve ever found lumps and bumps on your pet’s skin, chances are you’ve felt concern — even alarm. However, most of these types of growths will prove to be...

Old-dog eyes: setting the record straight

January 16, 2020

As dogs age and their eyes get cloudy, pooch parents may think it’s due to cataracts. But there are more common and less drastic reasons for the change. By the...

Millennials and their fur babies

January 16, 2020

Move over Baby Boomers. Millennials — people born between 1980 and 2000 — now have more pets than any other generation. In fact, about 35% of pet owners are millennials,...

Kids with a mission: helping shelter animals

January 16, 2020

For you kids who want to help shelter animals, there are so many things you can do! First, teach those around you how important it is to spay and neuter...

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.