Merck/Merial Manual for Pet Health: The Complete Pet Health Resource for Your Dog, Cat, Horse or other Petsby Merck Publishing and Merial
The Merck/Merial Manual for Pet Health delivers animal health expertise in everyday language that all pet owners can understand. This in-depth new resource, authored by over 200 veterinary experts, covers the full spectrum of today’s pets, from dogs, cats and horses to birds, reptiles, fish and other exotic pets. No other book provides as much health/i>… See more details below
The Merck/Merial Manual for Pet Health delivers animal health expertise in everyday language that all pet owners can understand. This in-depth new resource, authored by over 200 veterinary experts, covers the full spectrum of today’s pets, from dogs, cats and horses to birds, reptiles, fish and other exotic pets. No other book provides as much health information on as many types of animals. The one resource for a lifetime of pets.
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This is the best pet health book I have read. It is easy to read and understand so that anyone can understand it and help their pet. It can save your pets life!
has good resources for animal science research projects highly recommendable..excellent guide book to care enough for your pet.
i bought a book from this seller and waited for a week and after that stated that sold to some one else and cant ship that book to me and you can buy same book and i was just use to know that was almost 3 times of the price of price at which i bought before so thats the game any ways i am doen with that that thanks for wasting time
Its textbook sized with lots of details regarding different ailments for different pet species. I have 2 dogs and an aquarium full of goldfish and a tadpole. I've found this book very helpful when something seems unusual in any of my pet's behaviors. But keep in mind, even though symptoms may be uncanny to those in the book, do not self diagnose or medicate without consulting a professional (and in this case, your vet.)
As a dog's owner, I found few informative facts about some manifestation of distress by my two rescue-dogs. It helped me to understand and eventually trust the diagnosis by my veterinarian--who happened to be my daughter--. You need to have some medical understanding in order to benefit from the information. I do believe that having it in one's library is comforting indeed; Just like Dr. Spock for parents with young children. Nevertheless, don't dare be your own vet; you must have a competent veterinarian
I thought that this book was utter rubbish. It had outdated information, for instance, on kitten care and at that only a few sentences. If you just want to read very short, outdated blurbs about everything under the sun though, this book is for you. Very disappointing book. What were they thinking writing this?