Veterinary Notes For Cat Owners
A comprehensive and accessible manual of feline medicine and surgery, it explains the symptoms and treatment of every disease or injury that a cat owner is likely to encounter. Written in a straightforward manner by experts in their fields, the book contains detailed sections on anatomy and physiology; the organ systems (digestive, cardiovascular reproductive, urinary, nervous, endocrine, locomotor, ear/eye/nose, immune, blood and skin); infectious diseases (bacterial, viral, parasitic etc); and poisoning. Including chapters on nursing, first aid medicines, dentistry, nutrition and feeding as well as advice for new owners and sections on showing, breeding, insurance and behaviour. This book will become the standard work on feline health care.
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Sid Jenkins MRIPHH
Palsy Bloom Associate Member BSAVA
Normal Feline Behaviour
Dr an H Robinson BSc
l Nutrition and Feeding
The Locomotor System
The Endocrine System
The Nervous Sysrem
Administration of Medicines
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