In this issue – March 2015 : Murray Valley encephalitis in horses · Canine tick-borne disease · Canine myocardial lymphoma · Lead residues in pigs · Astrocyte-associated motor neurone syndrome in sheep · Rehabilitation of flying foxes
A case of Murray Valley encephalitis in a 2-year-old Australian Stock Horse in south-east Queensland
Canine tick-borne pathogens and associated risk factors in dogs presenting with and without clinical signs consistent with tick-borne diseases in northern Australia
Canine rehabilitation and physical therapy : (2nd edn. Edited by DL Millis and D Levine. Saunders Elsevier, United States, 2013. 784 pages. A$124.95. ISBN 9781437703092.
Right-sided congestive heart failure in a dog because of a primary intracavitary myocardial lymphoma
An investigation into exposure of pigs to lead from contaminated zinc oxide in 2007–2008
Basic veterinary immunology : by GN Callahan and M Yates. University Press of Colorado, 2014. 337 pages. A$135.99. ISBN 9781607322184.
Molybdenum deprivation, purine ingestion and an astrocyte-associated motor neurone syndrome in sheep: assumed clinical effects of inosine
Kirk's current veterinary therapy XV. : by JD Bonagura and DC Twedt. Saunders Elsevier, United States, 2013. 1456 pages. Price: A$153.93. ISBN 9781437726893.
Tooth wear, body mass index and management options for edentulous black flying-foxes ( Pteropus alecto Gould) in the Townsville district, north Queensland, Australia