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    • by Robert A. Kainer, Thomas O. McCracken
      Veterinarians, vet techs, dog breeders, trainers, and show judges will greatly benefit from this canine anatomy coloring atlas. Essential anatomic and physiologic concepts are explained and some diseases common the region being studied are discussed. The title includes 195 black and white line drawings that allow readers to color the drawings of the anatomical structures. This do it yourself form   ... More
    • by Saunders
      Saunders Veterinary Anatomy Coloring Book includes approximately 300 illustrations to study and color. The coloring book helps you memorize the anatomy content you need to know in both veterinary medicine and veterinary technology and gives you a fun way to review the information you have studied. All illustrations in the book are suitable for coloring and are of the highest quality, created by ex   ... More
    • by Peter Goody, Peter C. Goody
      The definitive work on the muscular and skeletal structure of the dog.
    • by Kerstin Mielke
      A comprehensive manual explaining the workings of dog bodies in a concise and well structured way that is accessible to all pet owners Many dog owners are fascinated not only by the coloring and character of their dog, but also by their physique and harmonious movements and this guide is for pet owners who want to find out more about how their dog's body works and functions. Special   ... More
    • by McDowell Lyon
      Study the dog from the inside-out. Written in 1950, The Dog In Action was the first book to thoroughly analyze, illustrate and explain the under-the-skin workings of the dog. Whether looking a Pom or Pointer, McDowell Lyon showed the dog breeder, fancier and judge that the principles of movement applied to all. The Dog In Action has inspired generations of dog breeders and judges to watch more car   ... More
    • by Rachel Page Elliott
      The new edition completely revises, updates and expands this classic work. Mrs. Elliott brings us the newest authoritative knowledge on gait, based upon her further work at Harvard University Museum of Comparative Zoology. It is a book for all dog owners.
    • by Curtis M. Brown
      A classic on the subject of canine locomotion! Contents: Basics of locomotion at dog shows, desirable structures for locomotion, gaits of dogs, source of power for locomotion, locomotion and its dynamics, sustained trotting style, trotting style of breeds designed for galloping, trot of special purpose breeds. Well illustrated with line drawings and black & white photos. Should be in every serious   ... More
    • by Dr. Richard Palmquist DVM
      From the co-author of Integrating Complementary Medicine into Veterinary Practice comes a plainspoken wellness guide that talks intimately about a new approach to veterinary medicine. In Releasing Your Pet's Hidden Health Potential, national consultant and research chair of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association Dr. Palmquist introduces readers to a variety of therapies to improved p   ... More