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...a beautifully presented… compact, concise and very well illustrated guide…has a great evidence base with an excellent list of references…a very useful resource for practitioners and researchers…easy to read and can be dipped into as a reference, although the reading is compelling in that it really invites the reader to explore the subject broadly and in depth…well researched…provides a concise resource of the current state of the art. I would recommend this book for small animal practitioners, researchers and students of the RCVS Cert/WP
—Dr. Paul R Manning, Veterinary Practice, September 2010
...should have nearly universal appeal to practicing small animal veterinarians... This book is short, well presented and easy to read... it provides a good review of the subject.
—Dylan Clements, Veterinary Record, August 2010
The multimodal approach is predicated on the benefit an animal, afflicted with OA and already receiving an NSAID, would derive from additional non-medical therapies... This book will allow veterinarians to incorporate some or all of these therapeutic agents into a programme that suits their own practice.
—Andrew Worth, Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Surgery, New Zealand Veterinary Journal, October 2010
This is a very good guide to the recognition and conservative management of canine osteoarthritis. It provides small animal practitioners, students, and veterinary professionals up-to-date and clinically pertinent information. (3 stars)
—Guillaume Ragetly, DVM, PhD, University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, Doody's Review Service