About the Journal

Aim and Scope

Cluj Veterinary Journal (ISSN:2066-9399) is a peer-reviewed, open-access international journal dedicated to publishing original research articles, reviews, communications, and short notes relevant to any veterinary field sciences, including prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease, disorder, and injury in animals. 

The frequency of publication: three-time per year

CVJ does not charge publication fees.

Subject Areas

This journal covers almost all topics related to animal health and veterinary medicine. Research fields of interest include but are not limited to:

  • anaesthesiology
  • anatomy
  • animal breeding and husbandry
  • animal production
  • bacteriology
  • biochemistry
  • cardiology
  • dentistry
  • dermatology
  • embryology
  • endocrinology
  • ethopathology and behavior
  • epidemiology
  • food hygiene and safety
  • genetics
  • histology
  • immunology
  • microbiology
  • molecular biology
  • mycology
  • neurobiology
  • oncology
  • ophthalmology
  • parasitology
  • pathology
  • pharmacology
  • physiology
  • radiology and medical imaging
  • surgery
  • theriogenology
  • toxicology
  • virology

Each paper published in Cluj Veterinary Journal is assigned a DOI number. The online published articles can be cited using the format widget available on the website.

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Current Issue

Vol. 28 No. 2 (2023): Cluj Veterinary Journal
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Published: 2023-10-27

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  • Welfare assessment of the sheltered dogs using behavioral in-dicators

    Anamaria Luciana Blaga Petrean, Silvana Popescu, Liviu Bogdan, Ioana-Diana Campean
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.52331/cvj.v28i2.52
  • A pilot study about multiple congenital ocular anomalies in trait Comtois horse breed

    Mihai Borzan, Marina Cagnon, Pasca Ioan, Pall Emoke, Cenariu Mihai, Cimpean Adrian, Tabaran Alexandra
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.52331/cvj.v28i2.50
  • Effect of Nigella sativa Seed Supplementation on Hematology, Acid-base Parameters, and Serum Biochemical Parameters in Nubian Goat Fed an Aflatoxin Contaminated Diet

    Mahmoud O. A. Elfaki, Nawal M. Elkhair
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.52331/cvj.v28i2.48


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