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Infectious diseases of companion animals: an extended virtual issue

New Zealand Veterinary Journal

A special issue of the New Zealand Veterinary Journal was published in 2018 (volume 66 issue 5) featuring articles on infectious diseases of companion animals. In this virtual issue readers can also view articles previously published in the Journal related to this subject. These include reviews from the World Small Animal Veterinary Association Conference held in New Zealand in 2013, as well as some historical and more recent articles related to a variety of bacterial and viral infections of dogs and cats, which should be of interest to companion animal practitioners both within New Zealand and internationally.

The articles in this virtual issue are free to download via this page only. We recommend bookmarking the page for easy access later.

Article Title AuthorVolume Issue
Campylobacteriosis in dogs and cats: a reviewVolume 66 Issue 5 (2018)E Acke
Bacteriophage therapy for management of bacterial infections in veterinary practice: what was once old is new againRA SquiresVolume 66 Issue 5 (2018)
A survey of canine respiratory pathogens in New Zealand dogsHR Sowman, NJ Cave, M DunowskaVolume 66 Issue 5 (2018)
Biomarkers in canine parvovirus enteritisJP Schoeman, A Goddard, AL LeisewitzVolume 61 Issue 4 (2013)
Haemoplasmas: Lessons learnt from catsE Barker, S TaskerVolume 61 Issue 4 (2013)
Canine herpesvirus-1 ocular diseases of mature dogsEC LedbetterVolume 61 Issue 4 (2013)
Identification of Tritrichomonas foetus and Giardia spp. infection in pedigree show cats in New ZealandDD Kingsbury, SL Marks, NJ Cave, RA GrahnVolume 58 Issue 1 (2010)
Feline infectious peritonitis: a reviewBR JonesVolume 23 Issue 10 (1975)
Giardia infection of cats and dogs in New ZealandMC Tonks, TJ Brown, G IonasVolume 39 Issue 1 (1991)
A longitudinal serological survey of parvovirus infection in dogsBR Jones, AJ Robinson, LM Fray, EA LeeVolume 30 Issue 3 (1982)
Prevalence and risk factors for cats testing positive for feline immunodeficiency virus and feline leukaemia virus infection in cats entering an animal shelter in New ZealandMC Gates, S Vigeant, A DaleVolume 65 Issue 6 (2017)
First report of a mecA-positive multidrug-resistant Staphylococcus pseudintermedius isolated from a dog in New ZealandAG Bell, GW Coombs, B Cater, C DouglassVolume 64 Issue 4 (2016)
The serological response of working farm dogs to a vaccine containing Leptospira interrogans serovars Copenhageni and Pomona, and L. borgpetersenii serovar HardjoNJ Cave, AL Harland, SK AllottVolume 62 Issue 2 (2014)
A serological survey of leptospiral antibodies in dogs in New ZealandAL Harland, NJ Cave, BR Jones et al.Volume 61 Issue 2 (2013)
Characterisation of extended-spectrum β-lactamase and AmpC β-lactamase-producing Enterobacteriaceae isolated from companion animals in New ZealandA Karkaba, A Grinberg, J Benschop, E PleydellVolume 65 Issue 2 (2017)
NZVJ Volume 66 Issue 5

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Find the latest research on this topic in the September 2018 issue of the New Zealand Veterinary Journal.

Volume 66, Issue 5 (2018)

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New Zealand Veterinary Journal

The New Zealand Veterinary Journal (NZVJ) is an international journal publishing high quality peer-reviewed articles covering all aspects of veterinary science, including clinical practice, animal welfare and animal health. It is the flagship publication of the New Zealand Veterinary Association.

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