Veterinary Science is the science of diagnosing, treating and curing the diverse types of diseases in birds and animals. It broadly covers the study of animal physiology, treatment and prevention of diseases among animals. It also involves taking care of animal health and scientific breeding as well as handling of livestock.

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George Stoica | Editor-in-Chief

Department of Veterinary Pathobiology, Texas A&M University, USA, Tel: 979-845-5089; Fax: 979-862-1147; Email:


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Hongyu Ma | Editor-in-Chief

Shantou University, China, Tel: +86 15917902158; Email:


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2021-03-18 Research Article

Efficacy of ozonized sunflower oil as treatment of canine generalized demodicosis

Zullyt Zamora Rodriguez*, Marielys Lemus, Eduardo Fleitas González and Oscar Ernesto Ledea Lozano


Background: The acaricidal action of Ozonized sunflower oil (OSO) has demonstrated in different clinical cases of different animal species, such as psoroptic rabbits and pig sarcoptic scabies and recently in demodesic goat.

Objectives: This study evaluated the effec...

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2021-03-17 Research Article

Comparative Osteometric study of some selected bones of local domestic turkey and guinea fowl

Bello Abdulrahman* and Aisha Yusuf


The research was conducted in the Gross section of Veterinary Anatomy laboratory with the aim of preparation and comparing some skeleton bones of local domestic turkey and guinea fowl. Samples were purchased, sacrifice, feather and excess flesh were removed and boiled using w...

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2021-01-15 Research Article

Pig raising practices by unprivileged, ethnic people in Bangladesh

Ausraful Islam*, Ashika Akbar Trisha, Md. Safiul Ahad Sardar, Mohammady Akbor, Abdulla Al Mamun Bhuyan, Md. Sazzad Hossain, Md. Ashraf Zaman Faruk, Sheikh Muhammad Khaled Sharif, Zannatun Nahar and Anisuzzaman


We interviewed 207 pig raisers from seven different districts of Bangladesh to explore their practices related to their pig farming. We used structured questionnaires to interview the pig raisers and used descriptive statistics for analysis. Most of the pig raisers (54%) were...

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2020-12-11 Research Article

Characterization of Salmonella spp. isolated from small turtles and human in Republic of Korea

Su-Jin Chae, Jin-Suk Lim and Deog-Yong Lee*


In 2013, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that small, pet turtles had caused multistate Salmonella outbreaks in the United States, from where small turtles were subsequently exported into the Republic of Korea. We investigated cases of salmonellosis in South Korea...

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2020-11-02 Case Report

Gastrointestinal stromal tumor resulting in recurrent colic in a arabian horse gelding a report of case

Abelardo Morales Briceño* and Harmon Oliva


Background: A Grey 12-year-old Arabian endurance horse gelding was referred to the SHS Veterinary Center for anorexia, mild colic of 5 days duration, and melena of 1 day duration. The owner reported recurring colic, 12 episodes of mild colic in the previous year.


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2020-08-28 Review Article

Veterinary vaccine development: The helical project

Iyasu Angani Dereja*


Vaccine production process have been fuzzy journey to the public and, in some degrees, to those in the setting. By clearly showing the lengthy and challenging journey of vaccine development process, thereby suggesting the economic and health implication of improper use of vete...

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2020-08-10 Research Article

Consequence of birth year, type, sex, season and flock on birth weight trait of Kajli sheep

Farmanullah*, Khalid Javed, Mohammad Salim, Momen Khan, Sajid Ali, Talpur Hira Sajjad, Muhammad Altaf Hussain, Ihsanullah Kakar, Inayat Ur Rehman, Asma Babar, Sajjad Ahmad, Bhunesh and Sami Ullah Khan


The liaison of birth weight to neonatal and mature vigor is especially given important if have the acquaintance of factors distressing in birth weight. Unbiased Best linear prediction of breeding values was estimated from pedigree birth weight records of 13715 Kajli sheep of ...

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2020-07-27 Research Article

Evaluation of Single Bilateral Intratesticular Injection of Cetrimide for Nonsurgical Sterilization of Adult Male Albino Mice

Haben Fesseha* and Guesh Negash


Nonsurgical fertility control is increasingly advocated as more cost-effective than surgical sterilization to manage stray animal populations in a different part of the world. An experimental study was conducted from December 2018 to April 2019 at Mekelle University to evalua...

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2020-05-22 Review Article

Review on impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on life animals and dairy product processing industries of the world

Lammifyad Chimde*


This review was conducted for the objective of assessing causes of COVID-19 pandemic impacts on life animals and dairy product processing industry of the world. Since its outbreak in Wuhan town of China, the newly emerged strains of corona virus COVID-19 causes incredible cri...

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2020-04-14 Research Article

In vitro antimicrobial activity of a black currant oil based shampoo versus a chlorhexidine 4% shampoo on bacteria strains isolated from canine pyoderma: A comparative study

Antonio Corona*, Paola Persico, Antonella Vercelli, Alessandro Gramenzi and Luisa Cornegliani


Over the last few years, antimicrobial shampoo therapy has been increasingly used to treat skin infections in order to reduce systemic use of antibiotics. This study was aimed to compare the in vitro bactericidal effect of a black currant oil based shampoo (S1) to a chlorhexid...

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