All parties, author(s), editors, reviewers, and publisher, involoved in publishing at Iraqi J.Vet.Med must adhere to guidelines of Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), which complies with Iraqi J.Vet.Med Editorial Board Codes of Conduct. Iraqi J.Vet.Med ethical policy is legally responsible to decide which of the research articles submitted to the journal should be published in the concerned issue. The Editor-in-Chief and editors will evaluate submitted manuscripts regardless the authors' race, gender, sexual orientation, religious belief, ethnic origin, citizenship, or political philosophy. The judgment will be based on the paper’s importance, originality, clarity, study’s validity, and its relevance to the Iraqi J.Vet.Med scope. Legal requirements about libel, copyright violation, and plagiarism should also be considered by the editors. The reviewers of the journal assist editors and the editorial board in making editorial decisions and they also serve to help the author(s) in improving the submitted manuscript. The reviewers should keep up the confidentiality of submitted manuscripts and must not use the ideas, material, and any information obtained through peer review for their own advantage. Authors of the original article should precisely present their research results and include an objective discussion of these significant results. Authors guarantee to the Iraqi J.Vet.Med that the manuscript submitted has not been published simultaneously elsewhere, and it is not under consideration for publication by another journal or publisher. Different forms of plagiarism, including copying and paraphrasing data or text without giving any recognition to the original source, claiming results or ideas from research performed by others, are unacceptable. For information on this matter in publishing and ethical guidelines please visit.