Journal of Advances in International Veterinary Research is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal that publishes high quality and insightful review and research articles focusing on all aspects of veterinary medicine, including food animals, equines, companion animals, laboratory animals, wild animals, and so on.

The scope of the papers in this journal includes, but is not limited to:

  • Animal infectious diseases
  • Animal epidemiology
  • Animal Immunology
  • Animal drugs and drug resistance
  • Veterinary anatomical pathology
  • Veterinary clinical pathology
  • Veterinary public health
  • Animal science and technology
  • Animal protection……

Vol. 4 , Iss. 1 (April 2022)

  • Case Report

    Delivery of Bull Dog Calf from a Hydroallantoic Murrah Buffalo

    Ankit Kumar Ahuja, Vasu Sharma, Amit Sharma, Rohit Mankotia, Tyson Negi, Pankaj Sood
    1-4

    Article ID: 4097    DOI:https://doi.org/10.30564/jaivr.v4i1.4097
    164  (Abstract) 95  (Download)

    Abstract:

    An 8 years old Murrah buffalo in its 5th party was presented with the history of 9 month of gestation and sudden bilateral abdominal distension since last 25 days. Animal was 7 anorectic with pale mucus membrane and had staggering gait. Per vaginum examination revealed closed cervix with intact cervical seal. By transrectal palpation only the fluid... More

  • Review

    An Insight into Different Strategies for Control and Prophylaxis of Fasciolosis: A Review

    Hafiz Muhammad Rizwan, Muhammad Sohail Sajid, Haider Abbas, Sadia Ghazanfer, Mamoona Arshad
    5-14

    Article ID: 4665    DOI:https://doi.org/10.30564/jaivr.v4i1.4665
    266  (Abstract) 142  (Download)

    Abstract:

    Fasciolosis is one of the important diseases of livestock and has zoonotic importance. Fasciolosis can cause huge economic losses due to decrease in milk and meat production, decreased feed conversion ratio, and cost of treatment. Treatment and prophylaxis strategies for Fasciola infection are formed based on epidemiological data. The control of Fasciola infection can be attained by treating... More

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