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Wild dogs (Canis lupus dingo and hybrids) are routinely controlled to protect beef cattle from predation yet beef producers are sometimes ambivalent as to whether wild dogs are a significant problem or not. This paper reports the loss of calves between birth and weaning in pregnancy-tested herds...

Author(s)
Allen, L. R.
Publisher
CSIRO, Collingwood, Australia
Citation
Animal Production Science, 2014, 54, 2, pp 214-220
Abstract

Background: Mycoplasmas primarily cause respiratory or urogenital tract infections impacting avian, bovine, canine, caprine, murine, and reptilian hosts. In animal husbandry, mycoplasmas cause reduced feed-conversion, decreased egg production, arthritis, hypogalactia or agalactia, increased...

Author(s)
Valentine-King, M. A.; Cisneros, K.; James, M. O.; Huigens, R. W., III; Brown, M. B.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
BMC Veterinary Research, 2020, 16, 107, pp (6 April 2020)
Abstract

This article discusses the aetiological factors of lactation disorders and agalactia and the suggested prevention and treatment programmes to correct milk secretion in dogs and cats.

Author(s)
Lévy, X.
Publisher
NÉVA Europarc, Créteil, France
Citation
Le Nouveau Praticien Vétérinaire Canine - Féline, 2012, No.51, pp 41-43
Abstract

These proceedings comprise research and review articles on: Dietary fiber for dogs and cats - an historical perspective; In vitro fermentation as a predictor of fiber utilization; Dietary fiber and colonic morphology; Physiological response to short chain fatty acid production in the intestine;...

Publisher
Orange Frazer Press, Wilmington, USA
Citation
Recent advances in canine and feline nutritional research: Proceedings of the 1996 Iams International Nutrition Symposium., 1996, pp xv + 284 pp.
Abstract

The abortifacient efficacy of prostaglandin F2alpha products (PGF) involves induction of luteolysis, stimulation of uterine contraction and cervical dilation. PGF will induce luteolysis and depress progesterone (P4) concentrations to nearly non-detectable levels very easily after day 25 or 30...

Author(s)
Romagnoli, S.
Publisher
Colégio Brasileiro de Reprodução Animal, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Citation
Revista Brasileira de Reprodução Animal, 2017, 41, 1, pp 59-67
Abstract

Author(s)
Marti, J. A.; Fernandez, S.
Publisher
British Small Animal Veterinary Association, Quedgeley, UK
Citation
BSAVA manual of canine and feline reproduction and neonatology, 2010, Ed.2, pp 155-165
Abstract

Substantial improvements in therapeutic options for companion animal reproduction and gynecologic emergencies have been made over the last decade. New, alternative drug treatments, with fewer side effects and improved efficacy, are available. This has widened the spectrum of therapeutic...

Author(s)
Wiebe, V. J.; Howard, J. P.
Publisher
Elsevier Inc, Orlando, USA
Citation
Topics in Companion Animal Medicine, 2009, 24, 2, pp 71-99
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Author(s)
Twardoń, J.; Dejneka, G. J.
Publisher
Krajowa Izba Lekarsko Weterynaryjna, Warszawa, Poland
Citation
Życie Weterynaryjne, 2001, 76, 5, pp 267-269
Abstract

The protozoan intracellular parasite Neospora caninum is considered a major cause of abortions and reproductive failure in dairy cattle. The transplacental transmission from infected dams to offspring appears to be a major natural route of the infection, but neonatal calves may become infected by...

Author(s)
Reiterová, K.; Špilovská, S.; Pošivák, J.; Dubinský, P.; Novotný, F.; Valocký, I.
Publisher
University of Veterinary Medicine, Košice, Slovakia
Citation
Folia Veterinaria, 2009, 53, Supplement 1, pp 88-91
Abstract

Group G streptococci in animals usually belong to the species Streptococcus canis and are most commonly found in dogs and cats. Occasionally, Strep. canis is detected in milk from dairy cows. An outbreak of Strep. canis mastitis in a dairy herd is described. Based on results from bacterial culture...

Author(s)
Tikofsky, L. L.; Zadoks, R. N.
Publisher
American Dairy Science Association, Savoy, USA
Citation
Journal of Dairy Science, 2005, 88, 8, pp 2707-2713

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