Really Useful Handbook of Reptile Husbandry

  • ID: 3688314
  • Book
  • 186 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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The keeping of exotic animals is becoming an increasingly popular aspect of pet ownership. Reptile owners are becoming more and more inexperienced as the popularity of these animals becomes more widespread. Vets and veterinary nurses are having to familiarise themselves with reptilian illnesses and husbandry issues without being experts themselves. Access to the answers for these complaints is an ongoing problem for the busy vet. This guide plus FREE CD-ROM, provide you with a quick, readily available and detailed answers to the increasing number of reptilian illnesses that are entering the veterinary practice waiting room.
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1. Introduction
2. Snakes and Lizards
3. Tortoises
4. Terrapins
5. Amphibians
Self-Test Section
Appendices
Weekly Diet Sheet
Flowchart for Feeding Problems
Unique Tips for Encouraging the Sick Reptile to Eat
Sample Forms
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Gosden, Caroline Part-time lecturer in Animal Care, locum veterinary nurse.
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