Located at the main campus of the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, the Veterinary Hospitals are composed of the Small Animal Hospital and the Large Animal Hospital.
Each year the Small Animal Hospital treats more than 16,000 dogs, cats and other small animal domestic and wildlife species. In the Large Animal Hospital, approximately 4,000 horses are treated annually. More than 1,000 farm animals, such as beef and dairy cattle, are seen and treated in their home farm environments by veterinarians associated with the Large Animal Hospital’s Food Animal Reproduction and Medicine Service (FARMS).
University of Florida Veterinary Hospitals
The UF Large Animal Hospital is the only equine veterinary hospital in Florida within a College of Veterinary Medicine. Our equine veterinarians treat horses and large animals at the hospital from Gainesville, Ocala, Jacksonville and surrounding areas in Alachua, Marion, and surrounding counties.
The Small Animal Hospital offers medical and surgical care for dogs, cats, birds and exotic pets. Diagnostic imaging, modern surgical suites, an intensive care unit and cutting-edge technologies assist our clinicians in the diagnosis and treatment of difficult and complex diseases in your pet.