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Pets is a welcome publication that should be on the bookshelf of every veterinarian who practices on exotic pets. It covers a large array of species, including birds (separate chapters for psittacines and passerines), reptiles (snakes, turtles

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

as during investigations of abortion storms in small ruminants (Q fever), abnormally high mortality rates among poultry (avian influenza), respiratory disease in an M bovis –positive herd (bovine tuberculosis), and ill psittacines (avian chlamydiosis

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infectious agents that are transmitted via inhalation of small particles. Although the need for this type of protection is limited in veterinary medicine, it is appropriate in certain situations, such as during investigations of ill psittacines (avian

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