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    The Art of Veterinary Practice: A Guide to Client Communication

    The Art of Veterinary Practice
    A Guide to Client Communication
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    Myrna M. Milani




    Pages: 294
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    Edition: 1st., 1995
    Language: English
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    978-0812232608

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    This book discusses the medical science field of human-animal relationships of companion animals and veterinary acupuncture, and disciplines from veterinary medicine, psychotherapy, anthropology, to ethology.


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