How to be Your Own Veterinarian (sometimes)
by Ruth B. James, DVM
Easy-to-read style translates your veterinarian's technical jargon into understandable terms. Includes: common sense horse feeding, medication, bandages and bandaging, lameness and soundness, injuries and their treatment, reproduction and foaling, back problems, skin problems, and equine restraint and safety. This book covers the latest breakthroughs and newest treatments, as well as tried-and-true remedies that really work! Also includes completely new information on laminitis and disaster preparedness.
Paperback. 496 pages. Copyright 2007.
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