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1. When praise and support can backfire - Milani, Myrna

2. WR (Bill) Paisley — An old country “doc” - McAllister, Sandy

3. Answers to Quiz Corner

4. Three-week summer period prevalence of Clostridium difficile in farm animals in a temperate region of the United States (Ohio) - Rodriguez-Palacios, Alexander; Barman, Tim; LeJeune, Jeffrey T.
The cross-sectional (period) prevalence of Clostridium difficile in 875 farm animals from 29 commercial operations during the summer of 2008 in Ohio, USA was quantified. Compared to an external referent population of intensively managed race horses (12.7%), intensively managed commercially mature food animals (poultry, cattle, swine; < 0.6%) were infrequent shedders of C. difficile (P < 0.00001) during the warmest weeks of 2008.

5. Primary anestrus due to dietary hyperthyroidism in a miniature pinscher bitch - Sontas, Besim Hasan; Schwendenwein, Ilse; Schäfer-Somi, Sabine
A 2-year-old intact miniature pinscher bitch that had been on a bones and raw foods diet since birth showed no signs of estrus despite a 40-day course of cabergoline. Elevated levels of thyroxine were detected in the serum (51 nmol/L) and in the juice of the meat (183 nmol/L) fed to the dog. Change in diet and treatment with oral cabergoline resulted in signs of proestrus in 13 d, pregnancy, and normal birth of 5 puppies.

6. A review of current timed-AI (TAI) programs for beef and dairy cattle - Colazo, Marcos G.; Mapletoft, Reuben J.
This is a review of the physiology and endocrinology of the estrous cycle and how ovarian physiology can be manipulated and controlled for timed artificial insemination (TAI) in beef and dairy cattle. Estrus detection is required for artificial insemination (AI), but it is done poorly in dairy cattle and it is difficult in beef cattle. Protocols that synchronize follicle growth, corpus luteum regression and ovulation, allowing for TAI, result in improved reproductive performance, because all animals are inseminated whether they show estrus or not. As result, TAI programs have become an integral part of reproductive management in many dairy herds...

7. Effects of oral powder electrolyte administration on packed cell volume, plasma chemistry parameters, and incidence of colic in horses participating in a 6-day 162-km trail ride - Walker, Wade T.; Callan, Robert J.; Hill, Ashley E.; Tisher, Kelly B.
This study evaluated the effects of administering oral powder electrolytes on packed cell volume (PCV), plasma chemistry parameters, and incidence of colic in horses participating on a 6-day 162-km trail ride in which water was not offered ad libitum. Twenty-three horses received grain with powder electrolytes daily while 19 control horses received grain only. Horses were ridden approximately 32 km a day at a walk or trot. Packed cell volume and plasma chemistry parameters were analyzed daily. Episodes of colic were diagnosed and treated by a veterinarian unaware of treatment group allocation. Blood parameters and incidence of colic were compared...

8. Comparison of the tibial mechanical joint orientation angles in dogs with cranial cruciate ligament rupture - Fuller, Mark C.; Kapatkin, Amy S.; Bruecker, Kenneth A.; Holsworth, Ian G.; Kass, Philip H.; Hayashi, Kei
Use of the tibial mechanical joint orientation angles is now the standard of care for evaluating tibial deformities, although they have not been used to evaluate dogs with cranial cruciate ligament (CrCL) rupture. The objective of this study was to compare the tibial mechanical joint orientation angles and tibial plateau angle (TPA) between dogs with bilateral CrCL rupture (BR) and unilateral CrCL rupture with (UR-SR) and without subsequent contralateral CrCL rupture (UR-w/o-SR) as risk factors for subsequent contralateral CrCL rupture. Twenty dogs (21.7%) were classified as BR, 38 (41.3%) were classified as UR-SR, and 34 (37.0%) were classified as UR-w/o-SR....

9. Pilot project to investigate over-wintering of free-living gastrointestinal nematode larvae of sheep in Ontario, Canada - Falzon, Laura C.; Menzies, Paula I.; VanLeeuwen, John; Shakya, Krishna P.; Jones-Bitton, Andria; Avula, Jacob; Jansen, Jocelyn T.; Peregrine, Andrew S.
This study investigated the overwintering survival and infectivity of free-living gastrointestinal nematode (GIN) stages on pasture. The presence of GIN larvae was assessed on 3 sheep farms in Ontario with a reported history of clinical haemonchosis, by collecting monthly pasture samples over the winter months of 2009/2010. The infectivity of GIN larvae on spring pastures was evaluated using 16 tracer lambs. Air and soil temperature and moisture were recorded hourly. Free-living stages of Trichostrongylus spp. and Nematodirus spp. were isolated from herbage samples. Gastrointestinal nematodes were recovered from all tracer lambs on all farms; Teladorsagia sp. was the predominant species....

10. Benchmarks for evaluation and comparison of udder health status using monthly individual somatic cell count - Fauteux, Véronique; Roy, Jean-Philippe; Scholl, Daniel T.; Bouchard, Émile
The objectives of this study were to propose benchmarks for the interpretation of herd udder health using monthly individual somatic cell counts (SCC) from dairy herds in Quebec, Canada and to evaluate the association of risk factors with intramammary infection (IMI) dynamics relative to these benchmarks. The mean and percentiles of indices related to udder infection status [e.g., proportion of healthy or chronically infected cows, cows cured and new IMI (NIMI) rate] during lactation and over the dry period were calculated using a threshold of ≥ 200 000 cells/mL at test day. Mean NIMI proportion and proportion of cows cured...

11. Quiz Corner

12. Veterinary Medical Ethics - Rollin, Bernard E.

13. Veterinarian suicides - Gyles, Carlton

14. Prudent use of antibiotics - Bergeron, Joël

15. In memory of Mike Kaye - [Ted] Valli, V. E.

16. Diagnostic Ophthalmology - Grahn, Bruce H.; Bauer, Bianca S.; Sandmeyer, Lynne S.

17. Color Atlas of Diseases and Disorders of Cattle, 3rd edition - Patterson, Cathy

18. Public veterinary medicine is a specialty - Lees, V. Wayne

19. Non-DVM staff wages for 2013 - Osborne, Darren

20. Limited efficacy of Fever Tag® temperature sensing ear tags in calves with naturally occurring bovine respiratory disease or induced bovine viral diarrhea virus infection - McCorkell, Robert; Wynne-Edwards, Katherine; Windeyer, Claire; Schaefer, Al;
Temperature sensing ear tags were tested in 1) auction-derived calves with 50% incidence of bovine respiratory disease, and 2) specific pathogen-free calves infected with bovine virus diarrhea virus. There were no false positives, but tag placement, probe displacement, and a high threshold for activation all contributed to failure to reliably detect sick calves.

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