Summary and Info
This reference gives the small animal practitioner a complete information source for the basics of avian medicine and surgery. It pulls together the international expertise of the avian veterinary community by incorporating the knowledge of authors world-wide. The first six chapters cover the basic medical information needed to run a primary care avian practice. The focus here is on introductory level material and the average companion animal practice. If you see between one and five birds a week, this text is for you. The later chapters are species-specific and help the veterinarian in evaluating, treating, and/or referring various bird species. The new edition builds on the success of the first edition and includes full colour illustrations throughout.First 6 chapters: cover basic information needed to run a primary care avian practiceLater chapters: species-specific helping veterinarians to build up their knowledge in order to evaluate, treat and/or referMulti-author text combining best practice tips and different techniques from avian experts worldwide: the editors are from 3 different countries and the chapter authors from many moreProvides quick access to crucial information for the non-specialistOffers the basics of avian medicine and surgeryFully up-dated throughoutFull colour throughoutIncrease of line drawings and illustrations in generalBetter quality imagesIncludes practice tip highlights throughout
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Thomas Tully (1620–1676) was an Anglican clergyman.