Best Veterinary Epidemiology Books
Here you will get Best Veterinary Epidemiology Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.
1. Veterinary Physiology Animals Workbook and Coloring | Anatomy Magnificent Learning Structure for Students & Even Adults
Author: by patrick crown
NEW UPDATE 2nd EditionEnabling the students and individuals of different kinds to make the most out of their interest in animal anatomy and physiology coloring book comes with a thoroughly amazing structure.
2. The French Bulldog Handbook: The Essential Guide for New and Prospective French Bulldog Owners (Canine Handbooks)
Author: by Linda Whitwam
The No.1 Bestseller on Frenchies!”This is a very complete & comprehensive book about French bulldogs. I would highly recommend this book to new puppy owners, SUSAN SIMON, Secretary, FRENCH BULL DOG CLUB OF AMERICA”Great book for any owner/ breeder of the French Bulldog.
Highly recommended,” LINDSEY SCANLON, founder, FRENCH BULLDOG SAVIOURS & Committee Member, FRENCH BULLDOG CLUB OF ENGLANDFrenchies are brachycephalic (flat-faced) dogs that need a little extra care from their humans. This book prepares you for the challenge & rewards of owning one of these unique, lovable dogs.
Part of The Canine Handbooks, Amazon’s top dog breed series, this is the biggest & most detailed book on French Bulldogs ever published. It’s recommended by The French Bull Dog Club of America & the UK’s French Bulldog Saviours. Puppies LearnPreparing Your HomeTypical Frenchie BehaviourGetting Through the First Few Days & NightsWhere Should Puppy Sleep?
Understanding Your Puppy & Building a BondExercising Puppies – How Much & How OftenCrate Training & HousebreakingSocializationObedience Training, incl. Sit, Stay, Recall, Lead & Clicker TrainingDealing with Puppy Biting & Chewing Feeding, including Raw DietBreeders give their personal advice on looking after your puppy right through to old age & the pitfalls to avoid.
3. The Bulldog Handbook: aka English Bulldog & British Bulldog (Canine Handbooks)
Author: by Linda Whitwam
New 2020 edition of Amazon’s No.1 Bulldog book! Remarkable book, very informative and comprehensive. Even seasoned bulldoggers could stand to learn a few things from this book, W.J. SHOPLAND, EXTREMEBULLS, MIDDLESEX, UK”This is a fabulous book filled with very helpful information and top tips on keeping your bulldogs happy and healthy.
Well written and clear,” T. FARNAN, TRACHAZ BULLDOGS, UKThe easy-to-read The Bulldog Handbook, is the biggest book about Bulldogs ever published. With 242 pages packed with the latest Bully advice, pics & tips, it’s the only reference you’ll ever need. Bulldogs are brachycephalic (flat-faced) dogs that need a little extra care from their humans.
This book prepares you for the challenge & rewards of owning one of these stunning dogs with the huge heart. Part of The Canine Handbooks, Amazon’s No. 1 Bestselling dog breed series, this ‘Bulldog Bible’ is full of detailed step-by-step advice, insider tips & photos.
It provides a blueprint for a successful lifelong partnership between you & your Bully. Puppies LearnPreparing Your HomeTypical Bulldog BehaviourGetting Through the First Few Days & NightsWhere Should Puppy Sleep? Understanding Your Puppy & Building a BondExercising Puppies – How Much & How OftenCrate Training & HousetrainingSocializationObedience Training, incl.
4. Veterinary Epidemiology
Author: by Michael Thrusfield
A comprehensive introduction to the role of epidemiology in veterinary medicine This fully revised and expanded edition of Veterinary Epidemiology introduces readers to the field of veterinary epidemiology. The new edition also adds new chapters on the design of observational studies, validity in epidemiological studies, systematic reviews, and statistical modelling, to deliver more advanced material.
This updated edition begins by offering an historical perspective on the development of veterinary medicine. It then addresses the full scope of epidemiology, with chapters covering causality, disease occurrence, determinants, disease patterns, disease ecology, and much more. Veterinary Epidemiology, Fourth Edition: Features updates of all chapters to provide a current resource on the subject of veterinary epidemiology Presents new chapters essential to the continued advancement of the field Includes examples from companion animal, livestock, and avian medicine, as well as aquatic animal diseases Focuses on the principles and concepts of epidemiology, surveillance, and diagnostic-test validation and performance Includes access to a companion website providing multiple choice questions Veterinary Epidemiology is an invaluable reference for veterinary general practitioners, government veterinarians, agricultural economists, and members of other disciplines interested in animal disease.
5. Pets at Risk: From Allergies to Cancer, Remedies for an Unsuspected Epidemic
Author: by D.V.M. Alfred J. Plechner
“Pets at Risk” is an informative book on the breakthrough clinical discoveries by veterinariam Al Plechner,. For more than 35 years he has treated tens-of-thousands of cats and dogs in his Los Angeles veterinary clinic, and has identified a widespread, but unrecognized deficiency in the endocrine-immune system of cats and dogs.
These deficiencies result in symptoms ranging from allergies to serious immunological diseases and cancer. Over that time he has spoken to dozens of veterinarians who report seeing more and more animals unresponsive to conventional treatment. Dr. Plechner, DVM, has developed a program for treating pets facing endocrine-immune deficiencies and hormonal imbalances.
This book is written for the layperson to understand the root of disease and symptoms animals suffer. The author hopes that the reader will work with his or her veterinarian in using the treatment program. This book requires a working partnership between the pet owner and the veterinarian since a part of the treatment includes pharmaceuticals or natural supplements as well as a healthy diet and careful attention to food allergies.
6. The Full Colour German Shepherd Handbook: The Essential Guide For New & Prospective German Shepherd Owners (Canine Handbooks in Colour)
Author: by Linda Whitwam
New for 2020!The FULL COLOUR German Shepherd Handbook has over 150 colour photos. It’s packed full of the latest training techniques & insider tips for raising a happy, well-adjusted German Shepherd. WARNING: This is a big book! 240 pages written by experts with 100s of years of combined experience with German Shepherds.
Only buy it if you want an in-depth insight into GSDs – and lots of colour photos. Will this book answer every single question you have on GSDs?Probably not. Is this book a must-have guide to raising & training a relaxed, obedient German Shepherd who’s a joy to live with & the envy of your dog-loving friends?DEFINITELY!
German Shepherds are unique dogs. They are incredibly loyal, affectionate, courageous & intelligent, & can be trained to a level higher than any other canine. There’s just one snag – they don’t arrive in your home as the finished article! This book guides you through puppyhood:Coping with the First Few Days & NightsGetting Your Pup Used to You & Your HomeUnderstanding Your Puppy’s MindHousetraining & Crate TrainingWhen & When Not to Reward Your GSD PuppyBuilding a BondHow to Avoid Separation AnxietyObedience Training inc.
7. Spatial Analysis in Epidemiology
Author: by Mark Stevenson
Oxford University Press
This book provides a practical, comprehensive and up-to-date overview of the use of spatial statistics in epidemiology – the study of the incidence and distribution of diseases. Used appropriately, spatial analytical methods in conjunction with GIS and remotely sensed data can providesignificant insights into the biological patterns and processes that underlie disease transmission.
In turn, these can be used to understand and predict disease prevalence. This user-friendly text brings together the specialised and widely-dispersed literature on spatial analysis to make thesemethodological tools accessible to epidemiologists for the first time. With its focus on application rather than theory, Spatial Analysis in Epidemiology includes a wide range of examples taken from both medical (human) and veterinary (animal) disciplines, and describes both infectious diseases and non-infectious conditions.
Furthermore, it provides worked examples ofmethodologies using a single data set from the same disease example throughout, and is structured to follow the logical sequence of description of spatial data, visualisation, exploration, modelling and decision support. This accessible text is aimed at graduate students and researchers dealing withspatial data in the fields of epidemiology (both medical and veterinary), ecology, zoology and parasitology, environmental science, geography and statistics
8. Speaking for Spot: The Definitive Guide for Helping Your Dog Live a Happy, Healthy, Longer Life
Author: by Dr. Nancy Kay
May 23, 2011
Award winning veterinarian and author Dr. Nancy Kay provides an insider’s guide to navigating the often overwhelming, confusing, and expensive world of veterinary medicine. With warmth, candor, and humor cultivated over 25-plus years of working with canine patients and their human companions Dr. Kay explains how to initiate and nurture a healthy relationship with your veterinarian.
She provides expert advice and insider tips about: Finding a fabulous vet-Choosing a vaccination protocol for your dog-Pet health insurance-When and how to get a second opinion-How to deal with a cancer diagnosis and the tough choices that are bound to follow-How to know when it’s time to say goodbyePlus, you’ll find descriptions of hundreds of common diseases and related points you should be certain to clarify before leaving your vet’s office with a treatment plan in hand.
Additionally, SPEAKING FOR SPOT provides you with lists of important questions to ask your vet when contemplating a new medication, general anesthesia, a major procedure, spaying/neutering, or breeding for your dog. Whether you are new to dogs or a seasoned veteran, and whether you share your home and heart with a healthy pup or an under-the-weather mature dog, Dr. Kay will provide you with a wealth of insights.
9. Cane Corso for Absolute Beginners: The Concise Guide on Buying, Grooming, Food, Health, Caring and Training your Cane Corso Puppy or Dog(Cane Corso dog book)
Author: by Mildred Joel
At nearly 28 inches at the shoulder and often weighing more than 100 pounds, with a large head, alert expression, and muscles rippling beneath their short, stiff coat, Corsi are at a glance intimidating creatures. Their imposing appearance is their first line of defense against intruders.
As one writer put it, An understated air of cool competence, the kind of demeanor you’d expect from a professional bodyguard, is the breed’s trademark. Corso are intelligent, loyal, eager to please, versatile, and intensely loyal to their humans, but are also assertive and willful, and can end up owning an unwitting owner.
As with any other big guardian dog, responsible breeding and early socialization with people and other dogs is vital. This beginners manual gives important information on the origin, physical characteristics, how to buy, temperament, health issues, feeding, training, understanding and socialization of this wonderful dogsGet your copy today by scrolling up and clicking Buy Now to get your copy today
10. Epidemiology with R
Author: by Bendix Carstensen
Oxford University Press
This practical guide is designed for students and researchers with an existing knowledge of R who wish to learn how to apply it in an epidemiological context and exploit its versatility. It also serves as a broader introduction to the quantitative aspects of modern practical epidemiology.
Thestandard tools used in epidemiology are described and the practical use of R for these is clearly explained and laid out. R code examples, many with output, are embedded throughout the text. The entire code is also available on the companion website so that readers can reproduce all the results andgraphs featured in the book.
Epidemiology with R is an advanced textbook suitable for senior undergraduate and graduate students, professional researchers, and practitioners in the fields of human and non-human epidemiology, public health, veterinary science, and biostatistics.