Dog and Cat

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Mosby-Wolfe, 1996 - Medical - 464 pages
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This text, focusing on the dog and cat, is the third of three atlases of veterinary anatomy. It presents the exact topography of the animal, and then shows a detailed dissection. Each chapter covers a particular body region, and there are photographs of the surface anatomy and articulated skeleton.

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I wonder, what about a dog! was he alive in the beginning and became a bone in the end for sake this book? was he or she vivisected and tortured? this informations crucial for the reader?

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