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    Cool Rapid Review of Exotic Animal Medicine and Husbandry

    Rapid Review of Exotic Animal Medicine and Husbandry Pet Mammals, Birds, Reptiles, Amphibians, and Fish
    by Karen Rosenthal and Neil Forbes



    Karen L Rosenthal
    MS DVM DiplAVBP
    University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

    Neil A Forbes
    BVetMed CBiol MIBiol RFP DipECAMS FRCVS
    Great Western Referrals, Swindon, Wiltshire, UK

    Fredric L Frye
    BSc, DVM, MSc, CBiol, FIBiol, FRSM
    Cloverdale, California, USA

    Gregory A Lewbart
    MS VMD DiplACZM
    North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA

    Pages: 321
    Publisher: --
    Edition: 1st., 2008
    Language: English
    ISBN: 978-1840760552

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    Exotic animal medicine has evolved over the last two decades. Although gradual, the changes are profound. These changes are actually accelerated by the expectations of our clients, not necessarily by wide-ranging discoveries at our centers of learning. In fact, centers for research may lag behind the day-to-day cases we see in practice. As
    veterinarians, it is important for us to understand and recognize both the common and uncommon cases that enter our examination rooms. It is hoped that what follows in this book will help in this process.Two decades ago veterinarians probably knew more about their avian patients than they did about their reptile or amphibian ones. And if veterinarians wanted to become familiar with the diseases of one particular group of exotic patients, they usually concentrated on the group where the most information could be found, which tended to be birds. Also, some veterinarians were content
    to be known as the ‘doctor down the road’ who could handle, take blood from, and treat your macaw or iguana. It was difficult to find concise, helpful information on just one group of exotic patients, but to find such information on more than one group was almost impossible. In fact, it was impossible. Veterinarians who treated birds were usually content knowing all they could about birds. Reptile patients were referred around the corner (if they were lucky), but it could be many miles around the corner if the nearest reptile colleague was not close by.

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