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  Dr. O’Malley’s Dog Vet Handbook
The Practical Guide to Modern Canine Veterinary Care

Dr. Amy O'Malley D.V.M     Dr. Christian O'Malley D.V.M

ISBN: XXXXXXXX                              Library of Congress Number: xxx
600 pages - TBD Binding - 9x7 trim   Publication Date - TBD
Shelving Pets/dogs

Retail Price $29.95
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  Key Features   About the Authors
  Table of Contents   Errata
  Reader Comments    

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Due to advances in Veterinary medicine dogs are living longer than ever before. It is the challenge of every responsible dog owner to understand the physiology and health care for their prized pups, and this book addressed a huge need.

Dog owners need a plain English guide to dog health care, one that explains the complex inner-workings of a dogs body in easy-to-understand ways. This indispensable book covers all areas of dog health including preventative maintenance, ongoing health care and treatment of serious illness.

You cannot afford not to have this book.

 
Key Features

* Learn how to combine holistic medicine with proven medical dog treatment.

* Save your dogs life of learning to spot the early-warning signs of illness.

* Read about the latest medical treatments for serious canine illness.

* Quickly find a problem with the symptom index.

 

About the Authors:

Dr. Any O'Malley

Dr. Amy O'Malley graduated from North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1997.  She is the owner of Warrenton Animal Clinic and directing veterinarian for the humane society in Warren County North Carolina. 

Dr. Amy is also a member of the chamber of commerce, the animal health advisory board, the Warren county board of health and Citizens for Animal Protection.  She is an avid equestrian and spends much of her free time training and riding her three horses. 

 


Dr. Chris O'Malley

Dr. Christian O'Malley graduated from North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1996.  He is the owner of Equine and Bovine Veterinary Services in Warrenton, NC.  Dr. O'Malley is well-rounded in all areas of equine medicine and dedicates himself to the well-being of all his patients. 

Dr. O'Malley is an avid outdoorsman and spends what little free time he has away from work camping, hiking, fishing and raising his three children.

 

Table of Contents:

 
Introduction

The first-aid kit

Injuries

    Stopping bleeding

Illnesses

   Fast diagnosis techniques

   Applying interim drugs

Errata and Enhancements

IMPORTANT NOTE:

 

   

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