The Veterinarian

- Published December 15, 2016

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 – 2023.

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!

A ballooning environmental problem

COVID-19 also a risk for wildlife

Koalas’ bushfire care under the microscope

Bruce Englefield: the devil made him do it 

Could marine mammals catch COVID-19?

Koalas’ bushfire care under the microscope

Measuring devils’ population decline 

Closing the pregnancy gap 

In dingoes, colour is critical

Solving the poo puzzle

Halting cats killer instinct

RSPCA chief scientist recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours

Questions over seal deaths

For the birds: a chat with Eric Woehler

Predicting trends in live reptile smuggling

Australian frog species at risk of extinction

Not a load of bull

Something to crow about

Vaccine rollout for koalas

Devils: fussy about food

RSPCA again urges end to live exports

Birds suffering in a changing climate

Vets acting on climate change

No bones about this diet

Tasmanian devils’ diversity found to be robust

Tick of approval

‘Island ark’ suggested for bird safety

Urban rewilding could help wildlife conservation

COVID-19 vaccine technology benefits devils

RSPCA calls for end to calf roping

Vets’ wellbeing highlighted

Salmon farming a risk for marine life

The evolutionary fight against megafires