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If you are responsible for an animal you need this book. Whether you are a owner, trainer, petsitter, groomer, boarder, behaviorist, veterinarian or other caregiver, you must have this book on your shelves and within reach. The author, Edward M. Barrows, has done an outstanding job in walking the fine line between writing for the general reader and the professional in this field. As a reference, it is a "must read" for all.Steve Rafe [email protected]
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Edward M. Barrows (born August 8, 1946, in Detroit, Michigan) is a biologist who earned his BS in Botany and Zoology at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, in 1968, and his PhD in entomology, mentored by Charles Duncan Michener, at the University of Kansas, Lawrence in 1975. Further, he is a retired U.S.
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