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.99 . Veterinary Medicines in the Environment Reviewed by E. Murl Bailey Jr, DVM, PhD, DABVT Veterinary Medicines in the Environment is a compilation of a series of reports given at the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Pellston Workshop on

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read the previous editions, I found this edition to contain enough new information to warrant its addition to my library. In particular, the chapters entitled Pet Rabbit Feeding and Nutrition, Nutrition and Climatic Environment, Feeding Behavior of

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necessary entity. In this book, the welfare piece of the puzzle is championed by the author as a logical extension of caregiving that emphasizes the well-being of animals, humans, communities, and the environment. Such an approach is a necessary step that

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examples to optimally convey ideas. This approach has the added benefit of inspiring readers; feasible methods are detailed, which enables readers to apply the information in their own unique learning environments. This innovative, comprehensive resource

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can impact the flora of other animals nearby as well as the environment, regardless of whether that environment be the stockyard or the veterinary hospital. The fifth edition of Antimicrobial Therapy in Veterinary Medicine is a comprehensive

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subsequent editions of this text.— By Walter H. Hsu. 550 pages; illustrated. Blackwell Publishing, 2121 State Ave, Ames, IA 50014-8300. ISBN 978-0-8138-2837-4. 2008. Price $74.99 . Veterinary Medicines in the Environment Reviewed by E. Murl Bailey Jr

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, occurrence, and form in the environment; and their potential developmental or toxic effects on the reproductive system, which would have sometimes made the information easier to understand. The structure for this second edition is similar to that of the

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are the same for both countries. The major difference readers should remember is that within the United Kingdom and Europe, the emphasis is for more naturalistic environments within research settings. However, what is best for the animals should be

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control as they apply to the animal shelter environment is worth review by veterinary professionals associated with the animal care-and-control field. The manual is well-designed for a task that few shelter veterinarians have adequate time for: educating

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problems in the highly technological environment in which many veterinarians work. Most examples in the book relate to animals used for commercial production or laboratory research. Veterinarians, managers, and technicians involved with intensive animal

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