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#1Constance N. White (OSU: Oregon State University)H-Index: 1
#2Lisa D. Morrow (University of Nottingham)H-Index: 3
#### Bottom line Sasha is a 12-year-old rough collie presenting to you with a history of gradual onset stiffness and reluctance to exercise. You perform a clinical examination and find reduced range of movement and pain on manipulation of several limb joints. You follow this up with radiographs to confirm your diagnosis of osteoarthritis. You plan to dispense meloxicam for Sasha. However, Sasha’s owner mentions that one of his previous dogs was treated for arthritis with carprofen, and he asks w...
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#1Daniella Dos Santos (Mansfield University of Pennsylvania)
January brings debate and discussion around ‘Veganuary’, including a number of television programmes. Unfortunately, there have been some worrying angles to the reporting, including raising livestock within potentially unsuitable home environments and showcasing on-farm activism. At the same time, we’re hearing anecdotally that there has been an increase in protester activity on farms, often to obtain undercover footage. The issue was …
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#1Fraje Watson (RVC: Royal Veterinary College)
#2Rowena Mary Anne Packer (RVC: Royal Veterinary College)H-Index: 3
Last.Holger A. VolkH-Index: 26
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Background Breed-specific and broader cohort studies have shown behavioural changes in dogs following the onset of idiopathic epilepsy (IE). Methods A cross-sectional, case–control questionnaire study was carried out to strengthen this body of evidence. Owners of eight breeds of dog completed an online questionnaire about their dogs’ behaviour; once for control dogs and twice for dogs with IE, for both pre-IE and post-IE onset behaviour. Results Ninety-six (24.74 per cent) dogs with IE and 292 (...
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#1Hiromi Kusaka (Kitasato University)H-Index: 1
#2Ryo Hasegawa (Kitasato University)H-Index: 1
Last.Minoru Sakaguchi (Kitasato University)H-Index: 3
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Background Uterine health status is a key factor for dairy management. Methods The uteri of 28 Holstein cows were assessed weekly by three different methods: ultrasonography (UT), Metricheck device (MT) and cytobrush (CYT), during two weeks to seven weeks postpartum. Results The percentage of cows with an MT-positive, UT-positive and CYT-positive result decreased dramatically at three weeks, four weeks and five weeks postpartum, respectively. The agreement of the results was poor or weak within ...
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The newly published Agriculture Bill promises the biggest reset in British agriculture since the 1940s. With the environment at its heart, its centrepiece is a new farm payment system that will reward farmers with money for ‘public goods’, such as better air, cleaner water, higher animal welfare standards, improved access to the countryside or measures that reduce flooding (see page 80). This so-called Environmental Land Management will be phased in over a seven-year transition period from 2021 ...
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#1William Weir (Glas.: University of Glasgow)H-Index: 22
#2Alexander Gray (Glas.: University of Glasgow)H-Index: 35
Last.Frank KatzerH-Index: 21
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Babesia venatorum is an emerging tickborne protozoal pathogen, which has been documented extensively in Europe and beyond. The application of modern discriminatory molecular methods has shown that this species is widely distributed in ticks in the UK. It was found to be the most frequently identified Babesia species in ixodid ticks collected from dogs in the UK1 following its first detection here in 2013.2 Our recent study documented the presence of B venatorum infection in a mammalian host in …
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There is an array of drugs available for the treatment of endo- and ectoparasites in dogs and cats. These come in a plethora of different combinations and formulations for oral and spot-on use, and in the form of collars. This cornucopia of products is evidence that this is a highly lucrative market. One active ingredient used in these products – the neonicotinoid imidacloprid – is believed to have contributed to the decline of insect populations due to its use as a pesticide.1, 2 Recent finding...
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#### What you need to know Postpartum endometritis is a common cause of infertility in dairy cattle, and most vets can discriminate between a normal cow and a cow with endometritis (Fig 1).1 However, vets are less confident when asked how they define endometritis, when cows should be examined, what the best method of diagnosis is and how accurate their diagnosis is. Fig 1: Postpartum endometritis in a dairy cow. The arrow indicates pus discharging from the vulva It is important for vets to be ab...
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#1Fernando Malalana-Martinez (University of Liverpool)H-Index: 5
#2Jo L. Ireland (University of Liverpool)
Last.Catherine M. McGowan (University of Liverpool)H-Index: 33
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Background Uveitis appears to be less prevalent in the UK compared with other parts of the world and studies characterising the disease in the UK are lacking. The objectives of this retrospective study were to describe acute and recurrent cases presenting for management of uveitis in a referral hospital on the North West of England and compare the signalment of horses presenting with uveitis with the equine hospital population during the same period. Methods Medical records of horses presented t...
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