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  1. Corrigendum to “Schmallenberg virus epidemic: Impact on milk production, reproductive performance and mortality in dairy cattle in the Netherlands and Kleve district, Germany” [Prev. Vet. Med. 116 (2014) 412–422]

    Preventive Veterinary Medicine 119(3-4) (2015)

  2. Corrigendum to “Participatory assessment of animal health and husbandry practices in smallholder pig production systems in three high poverty districts in Uganda” [Prev. Vet. Med. 117 (2014) 565–576]

    Preventive Veterinary Medicine 119(3-4) (2015)

  3. Corrigendum to “Zero-inflated models for identifying disease risk factors when case detection is imperfect: Application to highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 in Thailand” [Prev. Vet. Med. 114 (2014) 28–36]

    Preventive Veterinary Medicine 119(3-4):237 (2015)

  4. Response to the Letter to the Editor by Prof. Viroj Wiwanitkit

    Preventive Veterinary Medicine 119(1-2):91 (2015) PMID 25727378

  5. Breed, gender and age pattern of diagnosis for veterinary care in insured dogs in Japan during fiscal year 2010

    Preventive Veterinary Medicine 119(1-2):54 (2015) PMID 25746927

    We calculated the annual prevalence of diseases of 18 diagnostic categories in the insured dog population in Japan, using data from 299,555 dogs insured between April 2010 and March 2011. The prevalence was highest for dermatological disorders (22.6% for females and 23.3% for males), f...
  6. Molecular and serological in-herd prevalence of Anaplasma marginale infection in Texas cattle

    Preventive Veterinary Medicine 119(1-2):1 (2015) PMID 25732914

    • A. marginale infection in-herd prevalence in 11 Texas cattle herds was assessed using RT-qPCR and cELISA. • Both RT-qPCR and cELISA results identified herds with...
  7. Antimicrobial resistance risk factors and characterisation of faecal E. coli isolated from healthy Labrador retrievers in the United Kingdom

    Preventive Veterinary Medicine 119(1-2):31 (2015) PMID 25732912

    Antimicrobial resistant bacteria are increasingly detected from canine samples but few studies have examined commensal isolates in healthy community dogs. We aimed to characterise faecal Escherichia coli from 73 healthy non-veterinarian-visiting and non-antimicrobial treated Labrador r...
  8. Primary bone cancer in Leonbergers may be associated with a higher bodyweight during adolescence

    Preventive Veterinary Medicine 119(1-2):48 (2015) PMID 25732913

    Weight-bearing stress may be a risk factor for both human and canine primary bone cancer. A cohort of Leonbergers (LB) was followed from birth to death and the cause of death recorded. We hypothesised that dogs dying due to primary bone cancer would be larger; measured by bodyweight (B...
  9. Prelim 3: Full title (Editorial Board) (issue 1 only)
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    Preventive Veterinary Medicine 119(1-2):iii (2015)

  10. Inside front cover (Editorial Board)
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    Preventive Veterinary Medicine 119(1-2):IFC (2015)