In this issue – January/February 2014
Taking action to preserve the miracle of antibiotics
Guidelines for treatment of lice in sheep with long wool based on a model of the development of wool damage
Use of REP-PCR and 16S rRNA gene sequencing for comparison of Mannheimia haemolytica isolates obtained from fatal cases of bovine respiratory disease in the USA and Australia
The costs and benefits of animal experiments.
Application of a real-time polymerase chain reaction assay to the diagnosis of bovine ephemeral fever during an outbreak in New South Wales and northern Victoria in 2009–10
Cattle herd inspections and fly trapping for the detection of the Old World screw-worm fly ( Chrysomya bezziana )
Prevalence of bacteriuria in dogs without clinical signs of urinary tract infection presenting for elective surgical procedures
Streptomyces cyaneus dermatitis in a dog
Adenoviral infection in a collection of juvenile inland bearded dragons ( Pogona vitticeps )
Diagnostic challenge: mare with clinical history of chronic respiratory disease
Community perceptions of veterinarians
Australia's newest veterinary school
Emergency Animal Diseases Bulletin
Contemporary professional conduct
Sheepmeat Council appoints vet as new CEO
New cats and dogs import policy
What's ahead in 2014
Sterile ‘Judas’ carp set to betray their own in Tasmania
Dealing with bullying
Adelaide's new koala and wildlife hospital
Prions, risks and policies
Request for Notice of Resolutions for the Annual General Meeting of The Australian Veterinary Association Ltd
“We're not guinea pigs, we're pioneers”
Let's set an example in preventing dog bites
Re: finding our veterinary heroes
Experiences of ritual slaughter