This guide to identifying health problems covers all breeds of dog, helping to narrow the range of possible ailments. It includes information on accidents and emergencies, male and female ailments and the elderly dog, and there is also guidance on preventing health problems in the future.
This jargon-free guide to identifying health problems covers all breeds of dog, helping to narrow the range of possible ailments. It includes a chapter on accidents and emergencies, with advice on dealing with bleeding, breathing difficulties, fits and convulsions, and separate sections on male and female ailments and the particular problems of the elderly dog. The book also contains guidance on preventing health problems in the future, vaccination and worming, and homeopathic alternatives.
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James McKay is a zoologist, TV presenter - Tracks, It's A Vet's Life - as well as author of numerous books and magazine articles. He also breeds and trains owls, hawks, falcons and gun dogs.
Table of Contents
Accident and emergency; ear conditions; eating and drinking - inputs and outputs; movement; breathing and circulation; the skin; male dog problems; female dog problems; elderly dog problems; other medical disorders.
Dogs by James McKay
Vet Clinic S.
Used - Very Good
Octopus Publishing Group
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