International Journal on Veterinary Medicine (IJVM)

ISSN 2837-4444

Introduction: Veterinary medicine deals with the prevention, diagnosis, and management of disease in animals. This branch of medicine has wide scope includes all the animal species both domestic and wild.

About the Journal: International Journal on Veterinary Medicine (IJVM) is an open access peer-review journal published by Skeena Publishers. The published articles are mostly useful for Veterinary Professionals and Students. IJVM publishes original research, review, mini review, perspective/opinion, and commentary articles related to Veterinary Medicine.

Latest Articles

Research Article

Immunological Response to the Use of Leptospira Bacterins and Its Correlation with Serovases Present in Dairy Cattle from FMVZ-BUAP
Aguirre Espindola Gabriel Gerardo*, Larios García Mari Carmen, Galicia Domínguez José Alfredo, Ortíz González Sandra, Fernández Meneses Erik Cecilio, Vázquez Flores Felicitas and Zambrano González Miguel Angel

Research Article

Vitiligo in Arabian Horses: Histopathological, Immunohistochemistry and Electron Microscope Investigations
Rawhya M Emran, Naglaa M Alkalamawy, Dawlat M Amin*, Amthal A Fouad, Momtaz A Shahen and Ahmed H Emam

Case Report

Micro needling Associated with Orchiectomy as a Treatment for Alopecia X in A German Spitz Dog
Fernanda Letícia de Aguiar Mello*, Virgínia Paula Couto Vigas Sodré, Humberto Santos da Silva, Antônio Fernando Uzêda Sodré

Research Article

Use of Turnera Diffusa Wild (Damiana of California) Lyophilized in Pigs with Underweight to the 28 Days of having Weaned
Vazquez Flores Felicitas, Mendez Palacios Nestor*, Galicia Domínguez José Alfredo, Mendez Palacios Netzi Naidi, Mendez Mendoza Maximino

Research Article

Identification of Salmonella Choleraesuis in Pigs with Gastrointestinal Problems
Méndez Palacios Néstor*, Vázquez Flores Felícitas, Méndez Mendoza Maximino, Galicia Domínguez José Alfredo and Mendez Palacios Netzi Naidi

Review Article

Balanced Anaesthesia in Sheep: A Review
Jimcaale Hassan A*

Research Article

Severity of Footrot in Sheep through Experimental Infection with Fusobacterium necrophorum and Dichelobacter nodosus
Z Bamouh1*, Z Elkarhat, K Omari Tadlaoui, Z Zouagui, O Fassi Fihri and M Elharrak