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An up-to-date, concise resource for performing local anesthetic techniques in small animal patients.
The most comprehensive reference available on cardiac mapping is now in its fourth edition.
Just in Time for the Holidays: Dog Photography For Dummies Helps You Capture the Best of Your Four-Legged Friend
Dog Photography For Dummies gives you practical guidance for capturing your dog's personality and turning ordinary shots into priceless memories that will last a lifetime.
The Sixth Edition of Adams and Stashak’s Lameness in Horses includes a valuable DVD packed with informative video clips demonstrating key procedures.
A pilot study of the prevalence of cardiac risk factors in a group of agricultural workers and of their decision-making abilities with regard to when and how they would seek help when experiencing chest pain has found that most put themselves at risk of dying.
The Deepwater Horizon oil spill of 2010 devastated the Gulf of Mexico ecologically and economically. However, a new study published in Conservation Letters reveals that the true impact of the disaster on wildlife may be gravely underestimated. The study argues that fatality figures based on the number of recovered animal carcasses will not give a true death toll, which may be 50 times higher than believed.
Whether you’re just considering keeping chickens or you’re a veteran poultry owner, there are many reasons to build your own coop.
Researchers in Ethology have used ‘virtual mates’ to discover if female parrots judge male contact calls when deciding on a mate challenging current views on the difference between bird 'songs' and 'calls'.
Rising temperatures and changes in rainfall patterns have strong effects on ape behaviour, distribution and survival, pushing them even further to the brink of extinction, reports the Journal of Biogeography
Scientists have discovered that arthritis is not just a human problem as a study lasting 50 years reveals how moose suffer from an identical form of the condition. The research, published in Ecology Letters, also casts new light on how malnutrition early in life can lead to the disorder in both moose and humans.
If you’ve got lots of land to tend and little time or money to do it, consider a new (and nonconventional) landscaping solution: goats! Google used goats instead of landscaping company and you can too!
The book covers simple tricks, like tail wagging on command, to more complex moves like fetching the keys. It also helps readers design agility exercise around the specific needs and abilities of their dogs.
HOME-PREPARED DOG AND CAT DIETS, SECOND EDITION (Wiley-Blackwell, April 2010) provides an introduction to nutrition of the healthy dog and cat and an extensive discussion of medical disorders that can be managed in part through diet. Presenting easy-to-follow recipes that can be prepared at home, the new edition has been completely rewritten to reflect the latest nutritional recommendations based on current research.
“Animalkind raises all the important ethical questions about how we should treat animals. Whether you are a meat-eater or a vegan, after reading Jean Kazez's lively and concise book, you'll be provoked to think long and hard about her arguments.” —Peter Singer, Author of In Defense of Animals (Wiley-Blackwell, 2005)
"This book will make readers on both sides of animal issues think very deeply. Essential reading for everyone who is interested in ethical issues regarding the use of animals." —Temple Grandin, Author of Animals Make Us Human and Animals in Translation
Research published in Molecular Ecology reveals that Alligators display the same loyalty to their mating partners as birds and may lead to a better understanding of Dinosaur mating
New research published in Ecology Letters into the social networks of Tasmanian devils may be the key to understanding and preventing the further spread of an extinction-threatening disease. .