The Veterinarian is a national specialist, science-based, subscription-only, monthly magazine, published in Sydney. The focus, naturally enough, is on all creatures great and small, be they companion animals, wildlife, or farm animals. The readership is principally vets, conservationists, government primary industry department staff, and zoologists.
In addition to being published in the printed magazine, the following articles have also been selected for publication on the The Veterinarian website during 2016 – 2020.
1080 for Tasmania
Signs shown of genetic resistance to DFTD
Fish species failing to adapt to warming oceans
Seals assisting science
New research on devils’ decline
Honours for Harris: a vet’s story
Devil vaccine a step closer
Recognition for carp virus researcher
From little things, bigger things grow
Greyhounds to be muzzle-free in Tasmania
Whales with a case of wanderlust
$1 million raised for devil research
DFTD: still so many questions
Saving Tasmania’s handfish
New veterinary chief for Tasmania
Solving a piece of the DFTD puzzle
Face to Face: Wild, wild life: from volunteer to visionary
The ballooning problem of plastics
New hope for wombat disease control
Tracking ecologically important marine regions
Groote heavens! A new gecko!