Vet student book – a must-read

Why are these vet student books so important?

The usual college curriculums are hard and tend to be confusing. When you become an aspiring veterinarian there are a lot of setbacks that will leave you wondering ‘how to put all this knowledge at actual work’. The books we are about to present to you are reference reading material on how to easily suspect, diagnose and treat diseases in different animal species.

List of books

The Chicken Health Handbook

This amazing reference book deals with the most common health problems affecting chickens of various breeds and ages. It’s filled with practical charts that will advise you how to identify the symptoms and therapeutically approach a disease.

The Education of Will: A Mutual Memoir of a Woman and Her Dog

The book is powerful, encouraging, educational and heartbreaking. It’s an extraordinary story of love, fear, shame both in humans and animals. This great vet student book every vet student should read.

Saunders Veterinary Anatomy Coloring Book

Relieve your day to day stress and have fun while learning about anatomy in animals with this popular anatomy coloring book. It’s especially useful for first year students that want to see that anatomy is as interesting as it is difficult.

Unlikely Companions: Adventures of an Exotic Animal Doctor

Learn about the vulnerability and beauty of exotic animals by following a week in the life of Luire Hess, and exotic animal veterinarian. The book is perfect not just for vet students, but for all animal lovers as well. You can read more about the book here:

Lucky Dog: How Being a Veterinarian Saved My Life

Are there things the human medical world can learn from the animal medical world? How the human health care system looks in the eyes of a veterinarian? Dr. Sarah Boston, a cancer survivor is here to explain.

Once Bitten: The Adventures and Misadventures of a Young Veterinary Surgeon

Anyone that doesn’t know how their first few months of their new veterinary career might look like should definitely be putting this book on their wish list. The stories of long working hours, tragic cases, vicious animals and difficult owners are scary but presented through humor.

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