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|Author by||: Julie Barton|
An honest and deeply moving debut memoir about a young woman’s battle with depression and how her dog saved her life A New York Times Bestseller “Dog Medicine simply has to be your next must-read.” —Cheryl Strayed At twenty-two, Julie Barton collapsed on her kitchen floor in Manhattan. She was one year out of college and severely depressed. Summoned by Julie’s incoherent phone call, her mother raced from Ohio to New York and took her home. Haunted by troubling childhood memories, Julie continued to sink into suicidal depression. Psychiatrists, therapists, and family tried to intervene, but nothing reached her until the day she decided to do one hopeful thing: adopt a Golden Retriever puppy she named Bunker. Dog Medicine captures the anguish of depression, the slow path to recovery, the beauty of forgiveness, and the astonishing ways animals can help heal even the most broken hearts and minds.
|Author by||: Hussein Abdelhay Essayed Kaoud|
|Editor||: BoD – Books on Demand|
There is a possibility that during a pet's lifetime, medication may be recommended to treat medical conditions or problems. This book Canine Medicine - Recent Topics and Advanced Research provides the knowledge in diagnosis and treatment of some important diseases and problems that the canines face. I believe that this book offers broader perspective to the readers in the recent advances in canine medicine, starting from recent topics to application in clinical diagnosis and therapeutics for practitioners and veterinarians. The main purpose of the book is to point out the interest of some important topics of canine medicine and the progress in this field and to clear its importance in veterinary medicine.
|Author by||: Chris Zink,Janet B. Van Dyke|
|Editor||: John Wiley & Sons|
Canine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation, Second Edition offers a thoroughly revised and updated new edition of this gold standard reference for all aspects of sports medicine and rehabilitation, encompassing basic science and integrated veterinary and physical therapy approaches. Presents current, state-of-the-art information on sports medicine and rehabilitation in dogs Offers perspectives from an international list of expert authors Covers all topics related to veterinary care of the canine athlete and all active dogs Includes illustrations and photographs throughout to demonstrate key concepts Provides clinical cases that set the information in context
|Author by||: Kate A. W. Roby,Lenny Southam|
|Editor||: Bantam Dell Publishing Group|
An easy-to-follow guide written to help pet owners understand and take control of their animal's health features profiles of more than two hundred drugs and their side effects, the latest in alternative medicine, a directory of pet organizations, and much more. Reprint. 40,000 first printing.
|Author by||: Julia Szabo|
|Editor||: Rowman & Littlefield|
Julia Szabo was a nationally-recognized pet reporter when her dog Sam collapsed from osteoarthritis. Diligently researching how to restore his quality of life, she discovered Vet-Stem, a service that provides cutting-edge regeneration therapy for pets, using stem cells harvested from animals' own tissue. Just hours after receiving IV and intra-joint injections, Sam began aging backward--which left Julia wondering why this simple, effective treatment was not available for humans. Julia suffered from chronic inflammatory bowel disease, and after witnessing Sam's astonishing recovery, she set out on a curious quest: to be treated like a dog by a doctor as competent as her vet! After a four-year wait, Julia became the first American to be successfully cured of a perirectal fistula with stem cells derived from her own fat. With this amazing true story of how a pack of shelter dogs she rescued from death row came to save her life, Julia hopes to inspire and inform readers about exciting healthcare options available to them and their cherished animal companions.
|Author by||: Karen Overall|
|Editor||: Elsevier Health Sciences|
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|Author by||: Jon Wray|
|Editor||: John Wiley & Sons|
A unique, case-based guide to diagnosing and treating a wide range of conditions encountered in canine internal medicine Canine Internal Medicine: What's Your Diagnosis? is an ideal guide to how internal medicine cases are handled in the clinical setting. This text is part of an exciting series, which combines problem-based learning, case studies, and questions and answers. Designed for veterinarians in practice and students, the series presents material in a format designed to enhance critical thinking and understanding. Adopting a case-based approach, chapters are built around body systems and are directed by questions to test the reader's ability to interpret clinical history, illustrative images and diagnostic results in order to provide differential diagnoses, diagnostic plans and treatment options. Common pitfalls in diagnosis and management are discussed, and you will benefit from the experience of the author as a busy and experienced clinician. An innovative and interesting way to increase knowledge and skills in canine internal medicine, Canine Internal Medicine: What's Your Diagnosis? is an indispensable resource for veterinary students, veterinarians in small animal practice, and those studying for post-graduate qualification in small animal medicine.
|Author by||: Stan Rubin,Anthony Carr|
|Editor||: Elsevier Health Sciences|
Part of the popular Secrets Series®, this new text provides essential, practical information for reviewing canine internal medicine topics commonly encountered in clinical situations. Organized by disorder type, it features numerous photos, a popular question-and-answer format, and a detailed index that makes it easy to find information quickly. In 10 concise chapters, expert contributors pose key questions and provide authoritative answers addressing the situations that confront small animal veterinarians every day. Authoritative coverage is provided by a team of nationally recognized canine internal medicine experts. All of the most important "need to know" questions and answers are offered in the concise, proven format of the acclaimed Secrets Series. More than 65 superior-quality illustrations highlight key concepts. A thorough, highly detailed index provides quick and easy access to specific topics.
|Author by||: Mordecai Siegal|
|Editor||: Collins Reference|
An authoritative, up-to-the-minute guide for dog owners, breeders and trainers that includes everything they need to know about the health and well-being of their dogs -- written by the faculty of a distinguished school of veterinary medicine and edited by Mordecai Siegal, who also edited The Cornell Book of Cats.
|Author by||: Al Carroll|
|Editor||: U of Nebraska Press|
As far back as colonial times, Native individuals and communities have fought alongside European and American soldiers against common enemies. Medicine Bags and Dog Tags is the story of these Native men and women whose military service has defended ancient homelands, perpetuated longstanding warrior traditions, and promoted tribal survival and sovereignty. Drawing on a rich array of archival records and oral traditions, Al Carroll offers the most complete account of Native veterans to date and is the first to take an international approach, drawing comparisons with Native veteran traditions in Canada and Mexico. He debunks the “natural warrior” stereotype as well as the popular assumption that Natives join the military as a refuge against extreme poverty and as a form of assimilation. The reasons for enlistment, he argues, though varied and complex, are invariably connected to the relative strengths of tribal warrior traditions within communities. Carroll provides a fascinating look at how the culture and training of the American military influenced the makeup and tactics of the American Indian Movement in the 1960s and 1970s and how, in turn, Natives have influenced U.S. military tactics, symbolism, and basic training.
|Author by||: Maria Goodavage|
New York Times bestselling author Maria Goodavage takes us on a thrilling, delightful, globe-trotting journey to discover the heartwarming and fascinating new world of doctor dogs. In this groundbreaking book, Goodavage brings us behind the scenes of cutting-edge science at top research centers, and into the lives of people whose well-being depends on their devoted, highly skilled personal MDs (medical dogs). With her signature wit and passion, Goodavage explores how doctor dogs are becoming our happy allies in the fight against dozens of physical and mental conditions. We meet dogs who detect cancer and Parkinson’s disease, and dogs who alert people to seizures and diabetic lows or highs and other life-threatening physical ailments. Goodavage reveals the revolutionary ways dogs are helping those with autism, anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, and post-traumatic stress disorder. And she introduces us to intrepid canines who are protecting us from antibiotic-resistant bugs, and to dogs who may one day help keep us safe from epidemic catastrophe. Their paycheck for their lifesaving work? Heartfelt praise and a tasty treat or favorite toy. The emotional element in Doctor Dogs delivers as powerfully as the science. You don’t have to be a dog lover to care deeply about what these dogs are doing and what we are learning from them—although if you’re not a dog lover, you probably will be by the end of the book.
|Author by||: Lynelle R. Johnson|
|Editor||: John Wiley & Sons|
Clinical Canine and Feline Respiratory Medicineprovides reliable information on the diagnosis and management ofrespiratory disease in a user-friendly format. With an emphasis onthe features of the history and physical examination that aid inefficient diagnostic planning, the book is an accessible, readableresource for optimizing treatment of patients with diseases of therespiratory tract. Offering comprehensive, accessible coverageof respiratory disorders, Clinical Canine and FelineRespiratory Medicine is a useful practice guide and studyaid for general practitioners and veterinary students. Beginning with introductory chapters on the localization ofdisease, diagnostics, and therapeutics, the heart of the bookfocuses on the full range of respiratory diseases, including nasaldisorders, diseases of airways, parenchymal diseases, pleural andmediastinal diseases, and vascular disorders. Each chaptertakes a common format with diseases subdivided by etiology intostructural, infectious, inflammatory, and neoplastic disorders.Clinical Canine and Feline Respiratory Medicine is auseful tool for students and practitioners engaged in studying,diagnosing, and treating respiratory disease.
|Author by||: Sid Gustafson|
"We love bringing our dogs along on outdoor adventures, whether backpacking , hiking, or hunting, and they love coming just as much. But just like humans, our canine partners can suffer an illnesses or accidents when we’re in the backcountry, a long way from home. If your dog should seem sick, do you know how to check? What would you do if he suddenly collapsed? These and many other obvious and not so obvious health issues are described in Canine Field Medicine. Veternarian Sid Gustafson provides tips on how to examine your dog, and what to do if he’s choking, coughing, wounded, bleeding, goes lame, or has a head injury. He discusses eyes, ears, and mouth health and the first aid that’s required for things like frostbite, heat stroke, hypothermia, and sunburn. "--Publisher's description.
|Author by||: Jerold Bell,Kathleen Cavanagh,Larry Tilley,Francis W. K. Smith|
|Editor||: CRC Press|
This book provides the veterinary practitioner, student, breeder and pet owner with a complete but quick reference to the diagnosis and management of breed-related medical conditions of dogs and cats. 171 recognized dog breeds and 42 cat breeds are included, organized alphabetically, with all information fully referenced and based on the most recent research. Appendices contain quick reference to condition by breed, available genetic tests and registries. Veterinary Medical Guide to Dog and Cat Breeds is a must have for the general practitioner and an ideal client education tool. Anyone concerned with educating the general public about the medical problems associated with purebred dogs and cats should have this title in their library.
|Author by||: Donald C. Plumb|
|Editor||: Iowa State Press|
The fourth edition of Donald Plumb's "Veterinary Drug Handbook" remains the resource every veterinarian needs within reach. This one-volume comprehensive coverage of the systemic drugs used in veterinary medicine and an extensive appendix makes it an essential tool.
|Author by||: Valerie J. Wiebe|
|Editor||: John Wiley & Sons|
Drug Therapy for Infectious Diseases of the Dog and Cat provides fast access to all the information needed to effectively and responsibly treat infectious disease in dogs and cats, with easy searching by either drug or organism. Provides fast access to essential information on prescribing antibiotics, antifungals, antiparasitics, and antivirals Offers alphabetical searching by either drug or organism Focuses on clinically relevant information Covers information on each drug using a common format for ease of use Presents a reliable quick reference to the correct use of antibiotics in veterinary practice Drug Therapy for Infectious Diseases of the Dog and Cat provides fast access to all the information needed to effectively and responsibly treat infectious disease in dogs and cats, with easy searching by either drug or organism. Provides fast access to essential information on prescribing antibiotics, antifungals, antiparasitics, and antivirals Offers alphabetical searching by either drug or organism Focuses on clinically relevant information Covers information on each drug using a common format for ease of use Presents a reliable quick reference to the correct use of antibiotics in veterinary practice
|Author by||: Happy Puppy Planet|
Whether you've added an adorable new puppy or a lovable older dog to your family, this "baby book" for dogs includes all the pages you will need. Record profile information, firsts, medical information, notes to give your petsitter or kennel and much more. Includes enough pages for 3 dogs. Features: My dog's story Profile information Favorites Vet visits log Vaccination charts Medical record Medication tracker Expense log Training record Important phone numbers page Sketch pages Journal pages
|Author by||: Don Winslow|
|Editor||: Vintage Crime/Black Lizard|
The seemingly disparate lives of a DEA agent, a drug lord, a call girl, a hit man, and a priest intertwine around a nexus of the drug trade involving the Latin American drug cartels, the American underworld, and the U.S. government, from the rise of the Mexican drug Federacion in the 1970s to the present day. Reprint. 17,500 first printing.
|Author by||: Frances E. Ruffin|
|Editor||: Bearport Publishing|
Stormy, a standard schnauzer, works in a lab to detect cancer. Belle, a beagle that's been called a "wonder dog," is trained to sense when her owner is about to lose consciousness from diabetes. In Medical Detective Dogs, children will read many fascinating stories about dogs such as Stormy and Belle that use their sense of smell to detect deadly human illness and alert people who suffer from life-threatening seizures. Full-color photographs and narratives of heroic dogs in action will entertain young readers.