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RJN0000PC0083

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Veterinarians are prone to all kind of zoonotic diseases as they are daily in contact with animals needing assistance, and they are unaware of the disease previous to the diagnosis which makes Veterinary Medicine somehow a high risk profession. Only made for those who love it.. Afonso. Instituto de Ciências Biomédicas Abel Salazar (ICBAS)(sigarra.up.pt/icbas/pt/uni_geral.unidade_view?pv_unidade=46) Porto, Portugal.

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animalhealth | animalwelfare | rectalpalpation | zoonoses | horses | mare | svmsvet | vph | portugal

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RJN0000PC0087

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This cat was purring and asking for attention while in the waiting room before being neutered. Afterwards though he had second thoughts about vets! Javier, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (veterinaria.ucm.es/) Madrid, Spain.

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animalhealth | animalwelfare | cat | neutering | spain | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0088

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Though veterinarians are friendly this little bull terrier seems frightened during his first visit ever to the vet. Javier, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (veterinaria.ucm.es/) Madrid, Spain.

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animalhealth | animalwelfare | dog | vetvisit | spain | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0091

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Panoramic view of an operating theater during a hemilaminectomy in a cat. Javier, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (veterinaria.ucm.es/) Madrid, Spain.

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animalhealth | animalwelfare | cat | pet | surgery | hemilaminectomy | spain | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0076

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One of the many cows in a field in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. There were no forms of identification on the cows ? no ear tags. Maybelle Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies. University of Edinburgh (www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/vet).

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traceability | eartag | animalhealth | foodsafety | indonesia | vph | svmsvet

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RJN0000PC0089

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Emergency intubation in an barbary sheep (Ammotragus lervia), also known as arrui. Javier, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (veterinaria.ucm.es/) Madrid, Spain.

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animalhealth | animalwelfare | arrui | barbarysheep | spain | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0090

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Osteosynthesis due to a a metacarpal fracuture in a two days old calf. Javier, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (veterinaria.ucm.es/) Madrid, Spain.

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osteosynthesis | calf | surgery | animalhealth | animalwelfare | spain | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0079

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"The circle of parasitology': Animal carcases from fallen stock should be disposed properly, otherwise they can be available to both wild and domestic animals which help to perpetuation of parasitic cycles. Harry. School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, U of Nottingham (www.nottingham.ac.uk/vet)

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fallenstock | anymalbyproducts | parasitecycle | animalhealth | animalwelfare | vph | svmsvet

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RJN0000PC0070

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A group of children bringing their rabbits for a Myxomatosis vaccination for disease control and prevention in Tamale, Ghana (Africa). Ana. School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, U of Nottingham (www.nottingham.ac.uk/vet)

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africa | ghana | mixomatosis | rabbits | animalhealth | animalwelfare | vaccination | vph | svmsvet

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RJN0000PC0069

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Emergency caesareans are performed every day at this veterinary centre in Tamale (Ghana) due to the unawareness of the signs of dystocia from the animal owners. Most of the time it is too late, and there is not much more the vets can do. This young doe died straight after the surgery and the kit inside her was already dead. Ana. School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, U of Nottingham (www.nottingham.ac.uk/vet)

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africa | ghana | animalhealth | animalwelfare | foodsecurity | subsistencefarming | vph | svmsvet

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RJN0000PC0067

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This devoted owner created a way of transporting his suffering ewe to seek veterinary assistance urgently. Some farmers are willing to do a lot to save the life of their animals, as losing a single animal can have a big impact economically. Tamale, Ghana (Africa). Ana. School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, U of Nottingham (www.nottingham.ac.uk/vet)

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africa | ghana | ewe | sheep | animaltransport | animalhealth | animalwelfare | vph | svmsvet

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RJN0000DF0005

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Group of calves that have been vaccinated for brucellosis. Orange tag indicates that cattle has been vaccinated, while blue mark on their ears is where they have been tattooed to show they have been vaccinated.

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brucella | brucellosis | treaceability | animalhealth | cattle | dairycattle | california | vph | svmsvet

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RJN0000PC0064

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Valley fever in a lowland gorilla, fungal diseases in immuno-compromised primates, comparative infectious diseases. China, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota (www.cvm.umn.edu/), USA.

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gorilla | infectiousdiseases | animalhealth | animalwelfare | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0076

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One of the many cows in a field in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. There were no forms of identification on the cows – no ear tags. Maybelle Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies. University of Edinburgh (www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/vet).

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traceability | eartag | animalhealth | foodsafety | indonesia | vph | svmsvet

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RJN0000PC0100

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Dog with Sarcoptic mange. Street dog captured as part of Animal Birth Control program run at "Help in Suffering" in Jaipur. Extreme pruitis and secondary skin infections due to Sarcoptes scabiei . How would you feel? Sinjun. School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, University of Nottingham (www.nottingham.ac.uk/vet), United Kingdom.

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animalwelfare | animalhealth | sarcoptesscabiei | india | zoonoses | mange | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0102

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In the hindu religion cows are revered as they provide five products (pancagavya) ? milk, curds, ghee butter, urine and dung ? are all used in puja (worship). In India they are a protected animal, with this protection deciding on euthansia based on welfare grounds is difficult to overcome. Sinjun. School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, University of Nottingham (www.nottingham.ac.uk/vet), United Kingdom.

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cow | india | animalwelfare | animalhealth | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0103

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Annually thousands of camels converge for Pushkar camel Festival along with livestock. Here they are traded, raced and receive free veterinary care from the charity "Help In Suffering". The harsh conditions and large numbers of animals increase the risk of disease transmission. www.his-india.in/ Sinjun. School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, University of Nottingham (www.nottingham.ac.uk/vet), United Kingdom.

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camel | india | animalwelfare | animalhealth | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0101

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Rhipicephalus sanguineus abundant everywhere in India and across the globe, they are vectors for many diseases such as canine ehrlichiosis (Ehrlichia canis) and canine babesiosis (Babesia canis) in dogs and also Rickettsia ricksettsii, causing Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever (RMSF) in humans in the United States of America. Sinjun. School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, University of Nottingham (www.nottingham.ac.uk/vet), United Kingdom.

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animalwelfare | animalhealth | ticks | zoonoses | india | rhipicephalussanguineus | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0104

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Myiasis of a wound cause by traditional wooden nose pegs (reins attach), the incidence can be reduced with longer plastic nose pegs. However trying to change traditions is not received and will take time. www.his-india.in/? Sinjun. School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, University of Nottingham (www.nottingham.ac.uk/vet), United Kingdom.

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camel | india | myasis | animalwelfare | animalhealth | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0108

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Sheep post-treatment of rectal prolapse due to dog attack. This animal was suffering for a long time, being able to do this intervention not only improve its health and welfare, but it was also very rewarding for us. Virginia. Medicina Veterinaria, Universidad Santo Tomas (www.santotomas.cl/ust/facultad/portada/r_naturales), Chile.

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sheep | prolapse | animalwelfare | animalhealth | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0109

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Infestation of dog with ticks (Rhipicephalus sanguineus) Malleco, Chile. Ticks are widely spread in the area compromising animal health and welfare. Virginia. Medicina Veterinaria, Universidad Santo Tomas (www.santotomas.cl/ust/facultad/portada/r_naturales), Chile.

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chile | malleco | renaico | pets | companionanimals | animalwelfare | animalhealth | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0107

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Destruction on farm of a pig carcase positive to Trichinella test. Activity carried out by Official Veterinarians as part of food safety and human health policies enforcement in rural areas. Virginia. Medicina Veterinaria, Universidad Santo Tomas (www.santotomas.cl/ust/facultad/portada/r_naturales), Chile.

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pig | trichinellaspiralis | trichinellosis | onehealth | foodsafety | zonoses | animalwelfare | animalhealth | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0105

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Illegal pig processing plant shut down by health service. Activity carried out by Official Veterinarians as part of food safety and human health policies enforcement in rural areas. Virginia. Medicina Veterinaria, Universidad Santo Tomas (www.santotomas.cl/ust/facultad/portada/r_naturales), Chile.

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pig | trichinellaspiralis | trichinellosis | foodsafety | zonoses | animalwelfare | onehealth | animalhealth | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0106

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Pig carcase confiscated as it was positive to Trichinella test. Activity carried out by Official Veterinarians as part of food safety and human health policies enforcement in rural areas. Virginia. Medicina Veterinaria, Universidad Santo Tomas (www.santotomas.cl/ust/facultad/portada/r_naturales), Chile.

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pig | trichinellaspiralis | trichinellosis | foodsafety | zonoses | animalwelfare | onehealth | animalhealth | svmsvet | vph

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RJN0000PC0083

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Veterinarians are prone to all kind of zoonotic diseases as they are daily in contact with animals needing assistance, and they are unaware of the disease previous to the diagnosis which makes Veterinary Medicine somehow a high risk profession. Only made for those who love it.. Afonso. Instituto de Cincias Biomdicas Abel Salazar (ICBAS)(sigarra.up.pt/icbas/pt/uni_geral.unidade_view?pv_unidade=46) Porto, Portugal.

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animalhealth | animalwelfare | rectalpalpation | zoonoses | horses | mare | svmsvet | vph | portugal

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