Veterinary Medicine

Jones, Susan D.

Valuing Animals: Veterinarians and Their Patients in Modern America

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Univ. of Colorado, Boulder. Text traces the rise of veterinary medicine and its impact on the conflicting ways Americans assess the utility and worth of domesticated creatures. Includes observations on the eclipse of the horse, veterinary education, the livestock industry, and house pets. Height 9.50, Width: 6.50;

0801871298

1st edition, JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV PRESS *

2003

Majors title #:9780790001

213 pages

U.S. Contributors:: Foreign Contributors:

49.00

LC: SF623 LCCN:0200325

 

Veterinary Medicine, Large Animals

* Marlin, David

Equine Exercise Physiology

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Text explains the scientific reasoning behind the training of horses for competition. Discusses why training methods succeed and, if the horse is over-stressed, why those methods might fail. Covers how to achieve the highest standards in competition horses. Includes halftone graphs, figures, and illustrations. For trainers, students, and veterinarians. Softcover. Height 9.50, Width: 7.50;

0632055529

1st edition, BLACKWELL PUBLISHING *

2002

Majors title #:2041474001

296 pages

U.S. Contributors:: Foreign Contributors:

50.00

LC: SF287 LCCN:0202604

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