Handbook of veterinary drugs

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Lippincott-Raven, Jun 15, 1998 - Medical - 886 pages
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The newly updated Third Edition of the popular Handbook of Veterinary Drugs is now available for PDA, providing instant access to information on drug therapies for dogs, cats, horses, ruminant species, pigs, birds, rodents, rabbits, ferrets, and reptiles. Entries on over 1,000 drugs include indications, formulations, interactions, common side effects, and adverse effects. Dosages for each species are included. The PDA format offers direct links from animal sections to the formulary and a variety of search options--alphabetical, subject, and species. Icons speed users' access to related topics.

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This book is a MUST for anyone with multiple pets and/or one who pays extra close to attention to pets' health. It can be pricey - around $70 - but well worth the cost. It is easy to read, easy to ... Read full review

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Contents

Conversion of Body Weight to Body
3
Antimicrobial Agents in Dogs and Cats
51
Description of Drugs for Small Animals
63

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About the author (1998)

Dodie (Dorothy) Smith was born in 1896 in Northern England. Although she studied drama, she turned her talents to writing, successfully submitting a screenplay to a silent movie company and writing the script for "Autumn Crocus," which opened in 1931 to rave reviews. In 1934, Dodie's husband Alec brought home a Dalmatian puppy named Pongo, a gift that would eventually inspire her to write on of the greatest works of literature today.

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