Instruction for Authors


• Manuscript submitted to this journal are considered if they have submitted only to it, they have not been published already, nor are they under consideration for publication in press elsewhere. • Plagiarism is not tolerated.


• Manuscripts should not exceed 6 standard pages, including abstract, captions, references and figures • The text should be in Times New Roman, 12 pt, size A4, Unilaterally, Margins: Top -30 mm; Bottom, Right, Left – 20 mm, Line spacing – Single • English language should be checked by a native speaker


1. Title page. The first page should indicate the title (in capital letters, without abbreviations, 12 pt, Bold), the author’s name (name and surname with uppercase and lowercase letters, 12 pt, Bold) and the name of institute where the work was conducted (Institute, Zip code, City and Country, e-mail address, 12 pt, Italic). If correspondence is handled by someone else, indicate this accordingly.

2. Abstract. Must provide information on the study including the aim, materials and methods, results and conclusion about the priority and about the significance of this study. It should contain no more 150 words, 11 pt.

3. Key words. A list of up 5 key words in English is essential.

4. Inrtroduction. As short as possible, just to introduce the reader with the purpose and significance of the work

5. Materials and methods. Include sufficient information for the reader to be able to replicate the work, techniques described in detail in other publications need not be repeated, major modifications to methods should be clearly described. The name and location of the manufacturer of drugs, reagents and special equipment should be provided. When using abbreviation, the term must be in full form followed by the abbreviation in parentheses, when it is first used in case of Latin names, follow the International Rules for Nomenclature. Use SI units and include statistical treatment of data.

6. Results. Results and Discussion might be presented in a common section. Includе only actual results obtained (do not repeat information from the Materials and Methods section), where more informative, use tables and figures but avoid repetition of data.

7. Discussion. should interpret and evaluate the results clearly and concisely, and be as short as possible. Do not repeat data from the Introduction or Results, use citations correctly (ordered according to year).

8. Conclusion or recommendation can be added at the end of Discussion.

9. Acknowledgements. Should be brief, and acknowledge only direct contribution to the work reported, financial or other support. Provide details of the sources of financial support, including grant number.

10. References. They should be indicated in the text by giving the corresponding numbers in pa­rentheses. The names of authors should be arranged alphabetically – first the articles in Cyrillic alphabet, followed by the articles in Roman alphabet. Articles should induce the name(s) of au­thors), full title of the article or book cited, the standard abbreviation of the journal – the year of publication, the volume, the number and the pages cited. For books – the city of publication and publisher. In case of more than one author, the initials for the next authors precede their family names.

Example: Pathan M. M., Siddiquee G. M., Latif A., Das H., Khan J. Z., Shukla M. K. (2011). Eclampsia in the Dog: An Overview. Veterinary World, 4(1), 45-47.

Nikov, S. (1977). Veterinary toxicology. Zemizdat, Sofia, pp. 190-195.

11. Tables and illustrations (photos, graphs and diagrams). All illustrations should be referred as „figures“ and given in abbreviation „Fig.“, tables should be referred as „Table“. Should be pre­sented in a separate file in the original format of the program that are made. They should be num­bered in Arabic numerals according to their sequence in the text.

12. Animal research ethics. Studies performed on experimental animals should be carried out according to internationally recognized guidelines for animal welfare. These should be precisely described in the respective section „Material and Methods“.


Submission fee: There is no submission fee for TRADITION AND MODERNITY IN VETERINARY MEDICINE.

Page charges: There are no page charges for TRADITION AND MODERNITY IN VETERINARY MEDICINE


Authors must ensure that research reported in submitted manuscripts has been conducted in an ethical and responsible manner, in full compliance with all relevant codes of experimentation and legislation. All manuscripts which report in vivo experiments, clinical or epidemiological trials with humans or animals must include a written Statement in the Methods section that such work was conducted with the formal approval of the local human subject or animal care committees, and that clinical clinical trials have been registered as international legislation requires.


All manuscripts are subject to editorial review. Manuscripts are given to two anonymous reviewers for evaluation.

Тhe acceptance of submitted manuscripts for publication depends strongly on the reviewers’ recommendations. The publishing of the paper does not mean that the editors are in agreement with the points of view advocated by the authors