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BSAVA Manual of Exotic Pets: A Foundation Manual

BSAVA Manual of Exotic Pets: A Foundation Manual

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Edited by Anna Meredith, Edited by Cathy Johnson Delaney

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  • Publisher: British Small Animal Veterinary Association
  • Format: Paperback | 300 pages
  • Dimensions: 210mm x 296mm x 20mm | 1,361g
  • Publication date: 1 June 2010
  • Publication City/Country: Quedgeley, Gloucs
  • ISBN 10: 1905319169
  • ISBN 13: 9781905319169
  • Edition: 5, Revised
  • Edition statement: 5th Revised edition
  • Illustrations note: colour illustrations, colour tables
  • Sales rank: 113,946

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This remains the Foundation Manual for information across the range of exotic pets, from small mammals, through birds, reptiles and amphibians, to invertebrates. Commoner pets, such as rabbits, rodents and budgies retain their place. However, the ever-increasing range of non-traditional pets encountered by the veterinary surgeon in practice is reflected in coverage of some new groups, such as marsupials, ratites and crocodilians.

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Anna Meredith The R(D)SVS Hospital for Small Animals, The University of EdinburghCathy Johnson Delaney Eastside Avian and Exotic Animal Medical Centre, Kirkland, WA 98034, USA

Review quote

"The book is well illustrated, and good use is made of tables for the species' biological data, laboratory data, common diseases and drug formularies . . . The fifth edition of the manual of exotic pets is a worthy addition to the range of BSAVA's manuals, and remains a ‘must-have' for the veterinary practice library, promoting good care and treatment of exotic pets." (Veterinary Record, 20 November 2010)

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This remains the Foundation Manual for information across the range of exotic pets, from small mammals, through birds, reptiles and amphibians, to invertebrates. Commoner pets, such as rabbits, rodents and budgies retain their place. However, the ever-increasing range of non-traditional pets encountered by the veterinary surgeon in practice, is reflected in coverage of some new groups, such as marsupials, ratites and crocodilians.