In this issue – December 2014 : Anthelmintic resistance in sheep · Fetal mummification in pigs · Immunomodulatory feed additives in dairy cows · Use of pentosan polysulfate for equine osteoarthritis · Hyponatraemic encephalopathy in foals · Influence of olfactory stimulation on cat behaviour · Canine acute undifferentiated leukaemia · Phalaris toxicity in kangaroos · Measurement of heart rate in adult chickens
A comment on the influence of dingoes on the Australian sheep flock
Martin Copland : 1942–2014
Prevalence and severity of anthelmintic resistance in ovine gastrointestinal nematodes in Australia (2009–2012)
Investigating risk factors and possible infectious aetiologies of mummified fetuses on a large piggery in Australia
Effect of an immunomodulatory feed additive on markers of immunity in pasture-fed dairy cows
Survey of the therapeutic approach and efficacy of pentosan polysulfate for the prevention and treatment of equine osteoarthritis in veterinary practice in Australia
Hyponatraemic encephalopathy in azotaemic neonatal foals: four cases
Keith John Curtin : 1929–2014
Influence of olfactory enrichment on the exploratory behaviour of captive-housed domestic cats
Acute undifferentiated leukaemia in a dog
Chronic phalaris toxicity in eastern grey kangaroos ( M acropus giganteus )
Dilemmas in animal welfare. Edited by MC Appleby, DM Weary and P Sandoe. CABI Publishing, Oxfordshire, 2014. 220 pages. A$129.00. ISBN 9781780642161.
Comparison of the measurement of heart rate in adult free-range chickens ( Gallus domesticus ) by auscultation and electrocardiography