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RJN0000PC0062

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Anthrax Meeting Rancapinang (Rancapinang, Java, Indonesia): Veterinarians organize meetings with villages so that water buffalo owners are aware of the zoonotic potential of anthrax. They are taught to look for cutaneous lesions and to avoid areas where buffalo have died suddenly. Chelsea, College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University, (www.vet.cornell.edu/) USA

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anthrax | zoonoses | publiceducation | knowledgetransfer | java | indonesia | cornell | usa | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0061

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Chimpanzee Intervention (Hoima, Uganda): Veterinarians must weight the risks and consequences of disease transmission and disrupting a wild group of animals while intervening to save a wild chimpanzee that was caught in a mantrap. Chelsea, College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University, (www.vet.cornell.edu/) USA

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chimpanzee | wildlife | zonoses | animalwelfare | uganda | cornell | usa | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0060

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Meat Market (Sabah, Malaysia): Food markets present a unique opportunity for meat, vegetables, live animals, and people to come together in a crowded environment. Aside from the bacteria that are brewing in this chicken meat, countless other diseases can be transmitted. Chelsea, College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University, (www.vet.cornell.edu/) USA

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fodmarkets | foodhygiene | zoonoses | malasya | cornell | usa | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0059

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Mouth Pipetting (Java, Indonesia): An outdated method for plating, mouth pipetting these samples was particularly dangerous as they were diluted soil samples with anthrax spores. Chelsea, College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University, (www.vet.cornell.edu/) USA

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anthrax | zoonoses | biosecurity | laboratory | java | indonesia | cornell | usa | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0058

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Pig (Cuttington University, Liberia, West Africa): These Liberian pigs are fed leftover scraps from the University cafeteria, which in a nation where the people are frequently starving or hungry themselves, one can see that the animals regularly go without food. Chelsea, College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University, (www.vet.cornell.edu/) USA

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animalwelfare | zoonoses | pigs | liberia | cornell | usa | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0049

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Cats may get infected with Toxoplasma gondii through ingestion of birds or rodents with tissue cysts (bradyzoites) . The picture was taken in a zoo where the presence of feral cats not only can increase the T. gondii zoonotic risk, but also can become a problem for animals kept in captivity. Camila, Universidad Austral, Chile (www.veterinaria.uach.cl/)

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zoo | animalwelfare | animalhelth | toxoplasmagondii | toxoplasma | svmsvet | valdivia | chile | vph

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RJN0000PC0050

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Keeping of live native wildlife in captivity by privates is illegal in Chile; however, more monitoring on the compliance of the law is required. The consequences of captivity on animals when there is lack of proper husbandry and welfare can be seen everyday in wild animal rehabilitation centres. Camila, Universidad Austral, Chile (www.veterinaria.uach.cl/)

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wildlife | puma | animalwelfare | captivity | svmsvet | valdivia | chile | vph

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RJN0000PC0051

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Keeping the cold chain in sea food products is essential. Lack of refrigeration will result not only in chemical and organoleptical changes, but also in an increase in the bacterial count. Camila, Universidad Austral, Chile (www.veterinaria.uach.cl/)

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seafood | foodsafety | octopu | foodborneillness | coldchain | refrigeration | svmsvet | valdivia | chile | vph

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RJN0000PC0052

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Illegal private ownership of exotic animals in South America is becoming more frequent. Veterinary professionals have a duty to to educate the population about the associated animal welfare issues and zoonoses risks. Camila, Universidad Austral, Chile (www.veterinaria.uach.cl/)

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monkey | primates | pets | exoticpets | ilegal | zoonoses | svmsvet | valdivia | chile | vph

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RJN0000PC0053

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Pathogenic and spoiler microorganisms can easily multiply in food products stored improperly. In order to protect human health it is essential to have in place an integrated food safety and quality assurance system. Camila, Universidad Austral, Chile (www.veterinaria.uach.cl/)

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svmsvet | valdivia | chile | vph

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RJN0000PC0054

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Educating the community about zoonotic diseases in a rural area of Chillan (El Zarzal, El Carmen). Daniela, Universidad de Concepcion, Chilan, Chile (www.veterinariaudec.cl/?)

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education | zoonoses | svmsvet | chillan | chile | vph

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RJN0000PC0055

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Teaching the community about parasites by showing animal organs with parasitic lesions. Daniela, Universidad de Concepcion, Chilan, Chile (www.veterinariaudec.cl/?)

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svmsvet | chillan | chile | vph

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RJN0000PC0056

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Working with the community in knowledge transfer. Focusing in parasites, parasitic diseases and zoonoses. Daniela, Universidad de Concepcion, Chilan, Chile (www.veterinariaudec.cl/?)

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parasites | knowledgetransfer | svmsvet | chillan | chile | vph

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RJN0000PC0057

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Filling rabies vaccination certificates during a public health campaign aiming to vaccinate dogs against rabies after a bat analysed by the Chilean Institute of Public Health was found to be positive to Lyssavirus. Daniela, Universidad de Concepcion, Chilan, Chile (www.veterinariaudec.cl/?)

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rabies | vaccination | zoonoses | dogs | bats | svmsvet | chillan | chile | vph

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RJN0000PC0047

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This image demonstrate the close confinement that sheep are kept in, increasing the risk of disease; the fun and cheekiness of lambs, and also their naivity towards disease/injury. Hopefully this bring a smile to faces but also drive us to become responsible vets for these dependant animals. Ellyn, University of Liverpool School of Veterinary Science, UK

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animalwelfare | sheep | lamb | productionsystems | svmsvet | vph | uk

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RJN0000PC0048

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This image demonstrate the close confinement that sheep are kept in, increasing the risk of disease; the fun and cheekiness of lambs, and also their naivity towards disease/injury. Hopefully this bring a smile to faces but also drive us to become responsible vets for these dependant animals. Ellyn, University of Liverpool School of Veterinary Science, UK

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animalwelfare | sheep | lamb | productionsystems | svmsvet | vph | uk

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RJN0000PC0046

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A baby southern-elephant-seal (Mirounga leonina) in a curious approach. Elephant Island, Antarctica. Marina, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil.

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seal | antartica | brazil | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0042

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A female Antarctic fur seal (Arctocephalus gazella) minutes after giving birth to her cub. Elephant Island, Antarctica. Marina, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil.

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seal | antartica | brazil | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0043

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Collecting blood of spectacled caiman (Caiman crodilus) for viral analysis in Pantanal. Mato Grosso State, Brazil. Marina, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil.

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caiman | virus | pantanal | brazil | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0044

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Collecting biological sample of chinstrap penguin (Pygoscelis antarcticus) for viral analysis. Elephant Island, Antarctica. Marina, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil.

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penguin | virus | antartica | brazil | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0045

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Backyard pig farming in the city of Afuá, Pará State, Brazil. The risk of virus mixing, such as influenza, can increase in this kind of production systems. Marina, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil.

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backyardfarming | pigs | brazil | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0032

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Lack of proper biosecurity in areas where food products are processed may mean that animals can get access to food, compromising food hygiene and food safety. This is a common problem in Moroccan harbours, specially in fishing villages and coves, where cats can get easy access to fish intended for human consumption. Salma, Institute of Agronomy and Veterinary Medicine, Morocco.

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cats | zoonoses | animalwelfare | responsableownership | morrocco | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0033

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Early diagnoses and treatment of lameness in this horse allowed it to fully recover and run again. Proactivity is essential to ensure animal heath and welfare. Salma, Institute of Agronomy and Veterinary Medicine, Morocco.

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animalhealth | animalwelfare | horse | morrocco | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0034

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On summer 2013, after recovering from a colic this mule had to stand a very hot and sunny day at Fes (Fez). Water, shade and some good company were provided while at the animal hospital in the old medina of Fes. Salma, Institute of Agronomy and Veterinary Medicine, Morocco.

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animalhealth | animalwelfare | mule | donkey | morrocco | fes | fez | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0035

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When ill, what a sick pet can?t say in words, they will demonstrate through symptoms and behavioral changes. Hence, although vets could save a dog's life, owners should be responsible and vigilant to identify signs of illness. Salma, Institute of Agronomy and Veterinary Medicine, Morocco.

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dogs | zoonoses | animalwelfare | responsableownership | morrocco | svmsvet | vph

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