Clinical Veterinary Advisor

Clinical Veterinary Advisor : Birds and Exotic Pets

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Providing accurate, at-a-glance information on managing the diseases of birds and exotic pets, "Clinical Veterinary Advisor: Birds and Exotic Pets" is the only comprehensive resource on the market covering birds, reptiles, small mammals, and other non-traditional pets. Concise summaries of hundreds of common medical problems help you consider differential diagnoses, recommend diagnostic tests, interpret results mindful of unique species differences, utilize important concepts of species-specific husbandry and nutrition, prescribe treatments, and provide follow-up care. With contributions from recognized avian and exotics experts and edited by Jorg Mayer and Thomas M. Donnelly, this clinical reference provides all the information you need in one book!

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Product details

  • Mixed media product | 784 pages
  • 220.98 x 281.94 x 35.56mm | 1,814.36g
  • Elsevier - Health Sciences Division
  • Saunders
  • Philadelphia, United States
  • English
  • Approx. 202 illustrations
  • 1416039694
  • 9781416039693
  • 157,453

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"This book provides a useful resource with information that is easy to access rapidly and provides the clinician with a working therapeutic plan to recognise and investigate exotic animal cases...The book is laid out, with an index that makes it easy to manoeuvre through the appropriate sections...In summary, this book would make a good addition to the bookshelf of small animal practices that see exotics. Information can be easily accessed for consultations and phone calls. For practices seeing exotics on a regular basis, this book is a useful addition to other texts can provide some additional titbits on many topics." Veterinary Record, March 2013

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