In this issue – November 2013: Cutaneous adverse food reactions in cats · Reference intervals for sighthound breeds · Cutaneous xanthoma in a cat · Calf scours in beef herds · Ureaplasma diversum in bull semen · Lesser loosestrife poisoning of cattle · Angiostrongylus a potential human health problem · Population dynamics of feral horses in central Australia
Cutaneous adverse food reactions in cats: retrospective evaluation of 17 cases in a dermatology referral population (2001–2011)
Haematological and biochemical variations among eight sighthound breeds
Unique presentation of normolipaemic cutaneous xanthoma in a cat
Incidence of calf scours and associated risk factors in southern New South Wales beef herds
Ureaplasma diversum in bull semen in Australia: its detection and potential effects
Tell your dog you're pregnant: an essential guide for dog owners who are expecting a baby.
Suspected Lythrum hyssopifolia (lesser loosestrife) poisoning of cattle
Neuroangiostrongyliasis due to Angiostrongylus cantonensis in gang-gang cockatoos ( Callocephalon fimbriatum )
Population dynamics of feral horses ( Equus caballus ) following above-average rainfall in a semi-arid environment of Australia
Dog breeding, whelping and puppy care.