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Vet News

  • Retinal photoreceptor damage produced in guinea pigs by tunicamycin

    Thursday, Jul 9 '20 04:48

    Australian Veterinary Journal, EarlyView. Read more...

  • Histological survey for oxalate nephrosis in Victorian koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus)

    Thursday, Jul 9 '20 04:48

    Australian Veterinary Journal, EarlyView. Read more...

  • Intramyocardial haematoma causing right ventricular outflow obstruction after brown snake (Pseudonaja species) envenomation in a dog

    Thursday, Jul 9 '20 04:47

    Australian Veterinary Journal, EarlyView. Read more...

  • Knowledge, attitudes and management of bovine viral diarrhoea virus among eastern Australian cattle producers: results from a 2013 cross‐sectional study

    Thursday, Jul 9 '20 04:43

    Australian Veterinary Journal, EarlyView. Read more...

  • Anaesthesia of hatchling green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas) with intramuscular ketamine‐medetomidine‐tramadol

    Thursday, Jul 9 '20 04:43

    Australian Veterinary Journal, EarlyView. Read more...

Vet News

  • Catnip: What do we know about the feline drug?

    Thursday, Jan 23 '20 03:00

    Catnip is the most famous stimulant for cats. How does it work, why does it not affect all cats, and are there any catnip alternatives? We investigate. Read more...

  • Are some parrots selfless?

    Sunday, Jan 12 '20 10:00

    Recent experiments involving African gray parrots and blue-headed macaws suggest that some parrot species may be naturally kind and altruistic. Read more...

  • Could probiotics benefit cats?

    Saturday, Jan 11 '20 07:00

    With the growing popularity of probiotics, some researchers are asking whether they might benefit felines. A recent, small-scale study investigates. Read more...

  • Why are scientists painting stripes on cows?

    Monday, Jan 6 '20 07:00

    A group of scientists recently concluded that painting black and white stripes on cows might help protect them from biting insects. Read more...

  • Why are baby pandas so small? Study explores

    Sunday, Jan 5 '20 10:00

    Researchers have examined and compared panda skeletons with the skeletons of bears and other animals in an effort to answer an intriguing question. Read more...