OAHN Update - June 2023
Mike Deane, Tanya Rossi
Animal Health Laboratory, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON
This spring, the OAHN networks held multiple meetings, released reports, and completed many research projects. Read on to find out what new communications and resources are now available. To view any of our network reports and research projects, go to OAHN.ca and navigate to the species you are interested in.
New Resources and Completed Research Projects:
- OAHN Companion Animal Network Project: Rabies titres in imported dogs
- OAHN Swine Network Project: CanSpot ASF submissions and communications
- OAHN Equine Network Project: Investigation into the seasonal variations in ACTH levels in Ontario’s senior horses
- Infographics: Treat Me Right – Acute diarrhea and giardia in cats and dogs
Continuing Education Videos:
Lactococcosis in rainbow trout
Trace mineral status in beef herds
The OAHN Aquaculture Network organized a talk with Dr. Veronique LePage who shared the Ontario rainbow trout aquaculture perspective on lactococcosis. The video can be viewed here: https://www.oahn.ca/resources/video-lactococcosis-the-ontario-rainbow-trout-aquaculture-perspective-with-dr-veronique-lepage/
The OAHN Bovine Network organized a webinar to discuss the findings from its Trace mineral status in Ontario beef herds research project. Dr. Cheryl Waldner from the University of Saskatchewan gave a talk on ‘Micronutrients deficiencies and their contribution to a variety of herd problems’. The recording of this webinar and Dr. Waldner’s talk can be found here (must be registered with OAHN and logged in to view): https://www.oahn.ca/resources/video-trace-status-in-ontario-beef-herds/
Most OAHN networks create reports once per quarter. To view any of the veterinary reports below, please click on the OAHN icon for each network, or go to OAHN.ca and navigate to the species in which you are interested.