Why are these books great veterinary books for beginners?
Not only suitable for 1st-year college students, but the books we are about to describe will also be handy for a high school student, children and every single person interested in learning a bit more about animals. The books are easy to read, even though some have professional terminology but one gets used to it easy. They are fun and amusing and will take you in the magical world of the animal kingdom.
List of books
Behavior Problems in Small Animals: Practical Advice for the Veterinary Team 1st Edition
The most frequently encountered behavioral problems in companion animals are explained in this easy-access and compact guide. The book is helpful for veterinary teams that encounter such situations, pet owners and anyone else that wants to know more about animal behavior.
Tell Me Where It Hurts: A Day of Humor, Healing, and Hope in My Life as an Animal Surgeon
Have you ever wondered how a veterinary office looks like behind the scenes? The frontlines of modern medicine are portrayed in a fascinating manner along with the technology that defined the medical care of pets in the twenty first century.
All Creatures Great and Small
James Herriot, one of the world’s most beloved vets shares some unforgettable moments he had with his patients, of which some are funny, some are heartwarming and some are tragic.
Clinical Veterinary Advisor: Dogs and Cats
Learn about the hand-on on approach when it comes to actual clinical practice. Beginner vets will definitely have a bigger picture of how a disease is diagnosed and appropriately treated.
Veterinary Medicine: A textbook of the diseases of cattle, horses, sheep, pigs and goats
Even though there a section on Special Medicine, beginners can learn a lot from the General Medicine section about various diseases affecting the most important animal species. From manifestation and clinical examination to treatment, the book has it all.