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and Reptiles (4th edition) Laurie J. Vitt & Janalee P. Caldwell 757 pages. 2014. Elsevier. ISBN 978-0-12-386919-7. Price $89.95 . The release of the fourth edition of Herpetology: An Introductory Biology of Amphibians and Reptiles comes

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every clinic. Reviewed by Colleen S. Koch, DVM, DACVB Mizzou Animal Behavior Clinic Wentzville, Mo and Animal Behavior Services Lincoln Land Animal Clinic Jacksonville, Ill Reptile Medicine and Surgery in Clinical Practice Bob Doneley

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Zoonoses , coauthored by a veterinarian and a physician, provides a thorough compilation of zoonotic diseases of pets, such as dogs, cats, rabbits, pocket pet mammals, and small reptiles. Diseases are described in chapters on the basis of organism category

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reptiles. The authors' goal “to provide the fundamentals for recognizing morphologic features of blood cells” is admirably achieved without extraneous details. The text remains straightforward and unencumbered and includes descriptions of cell morphology

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. Overall, this text is an excellent resource for veterinarians who treat rabbits, whether occasionally or on a daily basis. Reviewed by Matthew Ford, DVM Scarborough Animal Hospital Scarborough, Me Current Therapy in Reptile Medicine & Surgery

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, 11830 Westline Industrial Dr, St Louis, MO 63146. ISBN 978-0-7020-2827-4. 2007. Price $110.00 . Infectious Diseases and Pathology of Reptiles: Color Atlas and Text Reviewed by Michael D. Stafford, DVM Infectious Diseases and Pathology of

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that summarize the prevalence of zoonotic pathogens in wild mammals, birds, amphibians, and reptiles and the context, transmission modes, and risk factors for food system–associated disease events. The authors of this book have certainly attained

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. Overall, this text is an excellent resource for veterinarians who treat rabbits, whether occasionally or on a daily basis. Reviewed by Matthew Ford, DVM Scarborough Animal Hospital Scarborough, Me Current Therapy in Reptile Medicine & Surgery

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-written text; chart or table formats are enhanced by shading, and photographs, figures, and diagrams supplement the chapters. There is new content from a dozen additional authors and 8 new chapters, including chapters on analgesia in cats, birds, reptiles, and

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reptiles, birds, small mammals, and livestock. A useful accompaniment is the CD-ROM that contains all of the infection control training and educational tools included in Chapter 5. These materials are also available online at the Iowa State University

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