Hannah Campbell

Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh, EH11 4BN

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Anatomical evaluation of brachycephalism in cats and rabbits

Brachycephalic animals can be identified by their distinctive skull shape with a high cephalic index. Cat breeds affected by extreme brachycephaly include Exotic Shorthairs, Himalayans and Persians....

Nursing implications of over-breeding brachycephalic canines, focusing on British and French Bulldogs

‘Brachycephaly’ describes skulls with a high cephalic index (where width to length skull ratio is high). Genetic mutations in these breeds cause skull bones to grow shorter and wider, displaying a...