Veterinary Guide for Animal Owners, 2nd Edition

Veterinary Guide for Animal Owners, 2nd Edition

Caring for Cats, Dogs, Chickens, Sheep, Cattle, Rabbits, and More

C. E. Spaulding, Jackie Clay

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Whether you own cats, dogs, rabbits, chickens, horses, cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, or a combination of animals, you need expert information to make sure your animal friends stay happy and healthy. From nail care for dogs to treating saddle sores on horses to incubating turkey eggs, Veterinary Guide for Animal Owners, 2nd Edition offers advice in easy-to-understand language. With this comprehensive book, learn how to:

Provide first aid for cattle
Vaccinate sheep
Treat a colicky horse
Breed chickens
Care for bunnies
Treat a diabetic dog
Help a cat with diarrhea
And much more!

Whether you are a 4H student, a home breeder raising chickens, the manager of a small farm, or the owner of a new puppy, this book—chock-full of strategies for preventing and curing common problems—is for you. Authors C. E. Spaulding and Jackie Clay also include a guide to choosing the right veterinarian, a glossary of commonly used terms, and a recommended reading list, making this a perfect no-nonsense companion for any animal owner.


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C. E. Spaulding:
C. E Spaulding, DVM, studied veterinary medicine at Michigan State University and practiced veterinary medicine for over thirty years. In addition, he owned his own farm animals, including horses, goats, poultry, pigs, and cattle. He is now deceased.

Jackie Clay is a trained veterinary field technician with over twenty years of experience. She is also a prolific writer, having authored over four books and hundreds of magazine articles. She is a regular writer for Backwoods Home Magazine, writing on animal care, gardening, canning, and rural, self-reliant living. She lives on a remote homestead in Angora, Minnesota with her family and lots of animals.


C. E Spaulding, DVM, studied veterinary medicine at Michigan State University and practiced veterinary medicine for over thirty years. In addition, he owned his own farm animals, including horses, goats, poultry, pigs, and cattle. He is now deceased.

Jackie Clay is a trained veterinary field technician with over twenty years of experience. She is also a prolific writer, having authored over four books and hundreds of magazine articles. She is a regular writer for Backwoods Home Magazine, writing on animal care, gardening, canning, and rural, self-reliant living. She lives on a remote homestead in Angora, Minnesota with her family and lots of animals.

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