Best Small Animal Veterinary Medicine Books
Here you will get Best Small Animal Veterinary Medicine Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.
1. The Ultimate Pet Health Guide: Breakthrough Nutrition and Integrative Care for Dogs and Cats
Author: by Gary Richter MS DVM
As a holistic veterinarian and scientist, Dr. Gary Richter helps dog and cat owners to navigate the thicket of treatment options and separate the fact from the fiction. He wants us to use what actually works, not just what Western science or alternative medicine say “should” work.
This multifaceted approach to health is known as integrative medicine. Dr. Richter examines traditional medicine from many cultures alongside modern medical techniques, describing the best of complementary care and the best of conventional veterinary medicine. Every treatment he recommends has the backing of scientific research or years of successful outcomes in his clinical practice.
After explaining the treatment, he offers specific recommendations for an integrative approach to common diseases, including allergies, skin conditions, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. A holistic approach to health includes nutrition, as it sets up the foundation for your pet’s health.
Dr. Richter cuts through the hype in the pet-food world and explains how to choose the best commercial foods and supplements, and even includes both raw and cooked dog- and cat-food recipes for general diet as well as to treat specific needs.
2. Feeding Dogs: The Science Behind The Dry Versus Raw Debate
Author: by Dr Conor Brady
“Modern canine nutrition demands we trust the science more so than actually understand it because to pull back the curtain just a little reveals the magic show for what it is a very clever illusion.”From the vet health professional to canine professional to the avid canine enthusiast, Feeding Dogs is a fascinating, at times shocking and utterly essential portrayal of canine nutrition today.
With a clear and tangible passion for the subject but with an entertaining, highly readable style, Dr Conor Brady forensically translates the available research on a great variety of topics, detailing for us not only what dogs should eat but what they are currently being fed.
Crucially, modern diet strategies are linked to many of the diseases that plague our pets today, including obesity, cancer, pancreatitis and bloat. As the scientific and corporate tricks reveal themselves, the fantasy of a ‘complete’ diet falls away, replaced with the knowledge that formulating a balanced dog diet by ourselves is not only uncomplicated but utterly essential to their health and longevity.
3. Small Animal Surgery
Author: by Theresa Welch Fossum DVM MS PhD Dipl ACVS
From basic procedures like spays, castrations, and declaws to advanced surgeries like craniotomy, vertal slots, and lung lobectomy, Fossum’s Small Animal Surgery, 5th Edition is the go-to, full-color guide for everything that general veterinarians and vet students need to know about both soft tissue and orthopedic surgery.
Five editors bring their expert perspective as they discuss the latest advances in key areas such as imaging modalities, regenerative medicine, minimally invasive surgery, and neurology. With each book adoption, you’ll also have access to the Expert Consult website, which includes a fully searchable version of the book plus step-by-step video clips and animations of surgical procedures, aftercare instruction handouts, case presentations, references linked to full text articles on PubMed, and an extensive image collection.
There is no better resource to keep you up to date on the latest advances and techniques in small animal surgery! Well illustrated, step-by-step instructions for surgical techniques provide quick reference to practical how-to information in emergency and clinical situations.
4. Emergency Procedures for the Small Animal Veterinarian
Author: by Signe J. Plunkett DVM
Small animal veterinarians of all specialties and at all stages in their careers will find the new edition of Emergency Procedures for the Small Animal Veterinarian their invaluable one-stop shop for the information they need to provide optimal patient care in an emergency situation.
Readers familiar with the previous edition will be pleased to see the text comprehensively updated, with much new content and many new features including an all-color design to make finding information easier than ever. Those coming to the book for the first time will appreciate its clarity of structure, its concise and practical approach and its step-by-step presentation of key information, all of which will prove their worth time and again in each new emergency, whatever the species.
For those working as a solo doctor in an emergency practice, Emergency Procedures for the Small Animal Veterinarian third edition will fulfil the role of a substitute colleague when further information is needed quickly. No small animal clinician will want to be without a copy.
5. Yin & Yang Nutrition for Dogs: Maximizing Health with Whole Foods, Not Drugs
Author: by Judy Morgan DVM
Why should you prepare food for your pets?It’s simple. The pet food industry has let you down. You have depended on them to provide wholesome nutrition to keep your pets healthy. They advertise ingredients as holistic, natural, and human grade; in reality, ingredients are often waste products from the human food industry or rendered meals from diseased animal carcasses.
The pet food industry has spent millions of advertising and teaching dollars to convince veterinarians and the pet-owning public that the only way to provide a complete diet is to feed processed industrial food. Unfortunately, since the advent of processed food for pets, the pandemic of degenerative health problems has escalated in dogs and cats.
Veterinarians continually treat inflammatory and degenerative diseases, yet they fail to see any correlation between the highly processed diets and disease. The profession has been talked into believing that industrial food cannot possibly be a causative factor in disease. In fact, they have been taught by the major pet food companies that the only way to treat chronic disease is to prescribe more processed industrialized foods.
6. Small Animal Medical Differential Diagnosis: A Book of Lists, 3e
Author: by Mark Thompson DVM DABVP(Canine and Feline)
Get instant access to the critical data you need to make accurate diagnoses and effectively plan treatment. Small Animal Medical Differential Diagnosis, 3rd Edition combines over 400 expert resources and boils them down into one easy-to-use reference covering the differential diagnosis, etiology, clinical signs, and relevant laboratory abnormalities of the most common conditions you will encounter in dogs and cats.
And because of its pocket size and intuitive organization, you can have it on hand as a quick consultative device throughout the day to make reliable on-the-scene decisions. More than 400 lists bring the most important medical diagnostic information from multiple resources into a single quick reference.
Easy identification of the likeliest diagnosis is attributed by the possibilities being listed in order of incidence. Intuitive organization presents differential diagnosis by sign, symptom, and disorder to facilitate quick access to information. Alphabetical listing of all relevant laboratory tests makes information easy to find.
7. McCurnin's Clinical Textbook for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses, 10e
Author: by Joanna M. Bassert VMD
Master all the animal care duties of a veterinary technician! McCurnin’s Clinical Textbook for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses, 10th Edition provides a solid foundation in every aspect of veterinary technology, including care of small and large animals, birds, reptiles, and small mammals.
Procedure boxes offer step-by-step guidelines to performing key tasks, and use of the veterinary technician practice model helps to improve your critical thinking and decision-making skills. Written by vet tech experts Joanna Bassert, Angela Beal, and Oreta Samples, this illustrated guide prepares you for success on the Veterinary Technician National Exam (VTNE) and in clinical practice.
2017 winner of the William Holmes McGuffey Longevity Award (“McGuffey”) from the Text & Academic Authors Association (TAA), which recognizes textbooks and learning materials whose excellence has been demonstrated over time. Case presentations provide real-life scenarios, so students can practice critical thinking and decision-making skills.
8. Blackwell's Five-Minute Veterinary Consult: Canine and Feline
Author: by Larry P. Tilley
CANINE AND FELINE THE VERY LATEST INFORMATION ON DISEASES AND CLINICAL PROBLEMS IN DOGS AND CATSBlackwell’s Five-Minute Veterinary Consult: Canine and Feline, 7th Edition provides up-to-date information on feline and canine disease in the familiar, popular, and trusted 5-Minute Veterinary Consult format.
This reference puts all the necessary information regarding common diseases and conditions in dogs and cats at the reader’s fingertips. Covering 845 specific disorders, Blackwell’s Five-Minute Veterinary Consult is the most comprehensive and timely reference on canine and feline medicine available today.
It is carefully designed for fast and easy access to vital and accurate information. The companion website allows the reader to access more than 350 downloadable client education handouts, as well as images and video clips. The book makes it easy to find essential details on:845 different diseases and conditions, from amebiasis to zinc toxicosisDiagnosisCommon treatments and prognosesBlackwell’s Five-Minute Veterinary Consult: Canine and Feline is the leading quick-access reference for veterinary practitioners and students everywhere.
9. Oops, I Became a Manager: Managing the Veterinary Hospital Team by Finding Unicorns
Author: by Amy Newfield
Imagine a hospital where your team wants to come to work. They laugh and love their job. Sounds like a fairy tale, right? Well, it doesn’t have to be. Complete with step-by-step instructions of how to reshape your team and change your culture, “Oops, I Became a Manager,” is a must-read if you want to develop happy, cohesive teams.
Oops, I Became a Manager is focused on best practices for coaching veterinary teams to be successful. It is a thorough reference packed with humorous real-life stories and practical information that can be applied to every veterinary hospital. Amy Newfield, MS, CVT, VTS (ECC) is a leader in the veterinary industry, a well-respected international lecturer, and author.
After Amy “oops, became a manager,” she recognized a gap in the veterinary industry. No matter how many conferences, workshops, books, or podcasts Amy reviewed she struggled to find references that were specific to leading veterinary teams. Drawing on over 20 years of experience in the veterinary profession and a master’s degree in leadership, Amy wrote Oops, I Became a Manager to fill that gap.
10. The Dog Cancer Survival Guide: Full Spectrum Treatments to Optimize Your Dog's Life Quality and Longevity
Author: by Demian Dressler
Maui Media, LLC
If your dog has cancer, you need this book. No matter what you’ve heard, there are always steps you can take to help your dog fight (and even beat) cancer. This scientifically researched guide is your complete reference for practical, evidence-based strategies that can optimize the life quality and longevity for your dog.
No matter what diagnosis or stage of cancer your dog has, this book is packed with precious advice that can help now. Discover the Full Spectrum approach to dog cancer care: Everything you need to know about conventional western veterinary treatments (surgery, chemotherapy and radiation) including how to reduce their side effects.
The most effective non-conventional options, including botanical nutraceuticals, supplements, nutrition, and mind-body medicine. How to analyze the options and develop a specific plan for your own dog based on your dog’s type of cancer, your dog’s age, your financial and time budget, your personality, and many other personal factors.
11. The Goldendoodle Handbook: The Essential Guide For New & Prospective Goldendoodle Owners (Canine Handbooks)
Author: by Linda Whitwam
The No.1 Bestseller on Goldendoodles! Learn from the experts how to raise & train a happy, healthy & well-behaved Goldendoodle that’s a joy to live with. This is the most complete book about Goldendoodles to date. Anyone raising a Goldendoodle or contemplating one in the future should read this book!
AMY LANE, founder, GANA, Goldendoodle Association of North America, & creator of the Mini GoldendoodleA must-have for anyone with a goldendoodle. This is just jam packed with fab useful info and it’s easy to read!! KIRSTY LEWIS, UKThis is a big book 274 pages written by British canine author Linda Whitwam & 16 experienced Goldendoodle breeders.
Only buy it if you want an in-depth insight & step-by-step advice with this stunning breed. Part of The Canine Handbooks, Amazon’s leading dog breed series, this detailed manual is easy to read & packed full of tips. This is the only book approved by GANA, the world’s leading organisation for Goldendoodles,Puppies – Learn:Surviving the First Few Days & NightsWhere Should Puppy Sleep?
12. Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine Expert Consult, 8e (2Volumes)
Author: by Stephen J. Ettinger DVM DACVIM
Your days spent fruitlessly scouring textbooks and websites for credible vet information are over! Now you can get the whole story the accurate story all in one place. Introducing The Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Expert Consult, 8th Edition. Still the only comprehensive resource for veterinary internal medical problems, this faculty-and-student-favorite offers unparalleled coverage of pathophysiology, diagnosis, and disease treatments for dogs and cats.
In addition to new chapters and discussions on the industry’s most topical issues, this “gold standard in vet medicine” comes with hundreds of original videos, algorithms, and learning tools to really bring all the information to life. There’s no better source to help you unlock the secrets of veterinary medicine than Ettinger’s!
Fully searchable online text offers quick access to the most trusted information in the field. Complete library of over 500 original clinical videos you can believe in. Instead of fruitless YouTube searches, each video expertly breaks down veterinary procedures and important signs of diseases and disorders that are difficult or impossible to understand from written descriptions alone.
13. Veterinary Surgery: Small Animal Expert Consult: 2-Volume Set
Author: by Spencer A. Johnston VMD DACVS
Focus on the “how” and “why” of medical/surgical conditions the critical issues that lead to successful outcomes for your patients with Veterinary Surgery: Small Animal, Second Edition. This two-volume full-color resource offers an authoritative, comprehensive review of disease processes, a thorough evaluation of basic clinical science information, and in-depth discussion of advanced surgeries.
With an updated Expert Consult website you can access anytime and detailed coverage of surgical procedures, it is the definitive reference for surgical specialists, practicing veterinarians, and residents. Expert Consult website offers access to the entire text online, plus references linked to original abstracts on PubMed.
Comprehensive coverage includes surgical biology, surgical methods and perioperative care, neurosurgery, and orthopedics in Volume One, and all soft tissue surgery organized by body system in Volume Two. Extensive references to published studies available on Expert Consult show the factual basis for the material.
14. Horse Anatomy Coloring Book: Incredibly Detailed Self-Test Equine Anatomy Color workbook | Perfect Gift for Veterinary Students, Horse Lovers & Adults
Author: by Anatomy Academy
Looking for an easy, fun and effective way to demystify the structures of the horse? Coloring equine physiology and its structures is the most effective way to study the anatomy and functions of the horse. You assimilate information and make visual associations with key terminology when coloring in the Horse Anatomy Book, all while having fun!
Whether you are following a veterinary anatomy course or just interested in the horse and its structures, let this book guide you. While other books give you the anatomy terminology immediately, our book is designed for convenient self-testing by providing the answer keys on the back of the same page so you can get the most out of your studies.
Plus, the detailed illustrations of the horse’s anatomical systems in a large page design without back-to-back drawings will make you say goodbye to bleed-through! The Horse Anatomy Coloring Book features:The most effective way to skyrocket your equine anatomical knowledge, all while having fun!
15. Small Animal Internal Medicine
Author: by Richard W. Nelson DVM
With hundreds of images, step-by-step procedures, and a practical clinical emphasis, Small Animal Internal Medicine, 6th Edition offers the foundation and tools you need to properly recognize, diagnose, and treat small animals with common internal conditions. Each section of the text takes a problem-oriented approach that begins with a discussion of clinical signs, diagnostic recommendations, and techniques; and then moves to therapeutic considerations and management.
This edition also includes two all-new chapters (neonatology and the effects of specific heart diseases respectively) as well as extensive updates throughout covering new advancements, techniques, and evolving best practices in the field of small animal internal medicine. And with access to the new online Expert Consult, you will have the 360-degree support you need to solve virtually any internal medical challenge.
Problem-oriented approach utilized in each section begins with a discussion of clinical signs, diagnostic recommendations, and techniques; and then moves to therapeutic considerations and management. Step-by-step procedures provide an easy-to-follow description of proper technique. Current drug and treatment tables ensure you are referencing the most up-to-date recommended dosages and indications.
16. From Fearful to Fear Free: A Positive Program to Free Your Dog from Anxiety, Fears, and Phobias
Author: by Marty Becker DVM
Health Communications Inc
Almost every dog owner has a pet who suffers from fear, anxiety, and stress (FAS). They are the underlying cause of many concerning behaviors such as excessive barking, aggression, destructive behaviors, and house-soiling. They are also the source for deterioration of the human-animal bond, and can make a trip to the veterinarian, pet groomer, or boarding facility miserable for pet and owner alike.
Left untreated, these negative experiences can lead to devastating consequences and permanent damage. Unfortunately, many well-meaning owners misinterpret or overlook the often subtle signs of emotional injury and turmoil, or think that the pet will simply “outgrow” it. This leads to unnecessary trauma and suffering.
Common FAS triggers include: Trips to the veterinarian (even for routine services such as vaccinations and nail trims) Bath time, brushing, or cleaning ears. Loud noises; thunderstorms; fireworks; the vacuum cleaner; construction; gunshots; or even buzzers on appliances. Less-familiar people or animals encountered on walks or near the home.