Pet Owner Educational Atlas. Essential Health Care for Puppies and Kittens
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Pet Owner Educational Atlas. Essential Health Care for Puppies and Kittens

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The main aim of this atlas is to help veterinary surgeons convey and explain to owners any information they deem necessary for the basic care of their new puppies and kittens. The guide’s most notable feature is its highly attractive presentation which sets out the content in a clear, concise manner.

Vanessa Carballés Pérez

Vanessa Carballés earned her degree in veterinary medicine at the University of Zaragoza in 2003. She immediately started her professional career at the Gattos specialist centre for cats and became a veterinary partner at the clinic in 2008. To date, Vanessa has obtained a General Practitioner Certificate in Feline Practice from the European School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies (ESVPS) (2011), a diploma in continuing education in ophthalmology (2009), and a diploma in small animal cytology from the Complutense University of Madrid (2015).

She is a member of SEOVET (the Spanish Society of Veterinary Ophthalmology), the AVEPA (the Spanish Small Animal Veterinary Association) Working Group of Specialists in Feline Medicine (GEMFE), AMVAC (the Madrid Small Animal Veterinary Association), and the International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM). Vanessa has spoken at various conferences, published several articles in scientific journals, and coauthored the book Enfermedades infecciosas felinas (Infectious Diseases in Cats) published by Servet in 2010.

Alberto Barneto Carmona

Alberto Barneto received his degree in veterinary medicine at the Complutense University of Madrid in 1989. He started his career the same year at the Ginzo de Limia veterinary clinic (Madrid), where he formed part of a team comprising four veterinary surgeons. Practically in parallel, Alberto began collaborating on surgical projects with several clinics throughout Madrid. He is currently a coowner of the Ayavet veterinary clinic (Boadilla del Monte, Madrid).

He also served on the board of directors for the Madrid Small Animal Veterinary Association (AMVAC) for 4 years. Alberto has published various articles in technical journals, lectured at conferences, and completed professional collaborations with a series of veterinary clinics.

PUPPIES 1. My first dog ADOPTION ADVICE 1. Basic equipment and areas in the home 2. Basic puppy education VACCINATION AND DEWORMING 3. Puppy vaccination plan 4. Deworming in puppies CANINE PHYSIOLOGY AND BEHAVIOUR 5. Newborn (0–2 weeks) 6. The puppy (2–4 weeks of age) 7. The puppy (4 weeks–6 months of life) 8. Dental anatomy of the dog 9. Usual postures in dogs 10. Oestrus cycle and neutering 2. Basic care for puppies 11. Basic care 12. Nutrition in the first months 13. How to administer drugs 14. Handling and care of newborn puppies 3. Communicable diseases 15. Canine parvovirus 16. Canine distemper 17. Kennel cough 4. Parasitic diseases 18. Ectoparasites 19. Most common canine intestinal parasites 5. Diseases of puppies 20. Respiratory diseases 21. Cardiovascular diseases (I) 22. Cardiovascular diseases (II) 23. Digestive diseases 24. Skin diseases 25. Eye diseases 26. Endocrine diseases 27. Urinary tract diseases 28. Diseases of bone development (I) 29. Diseases of bone development (II) 30. Diseases of bone development (III) 31. Most frequent accidents in puppies 32. Most frequent therapeutic techniques in puppies KITTENS 6. My first kitten ADOPTION ADVICE 33. Basic equipment and areas in the home 34. Basic kitten education VACCINATION AND DEWORMING 35. Kitten vaccination plan 36. Parasite control FELINE PHYSIOLOGY AND BEHAVIOUR 37. Teeth in cats 38. The senses 39. Postures and expressions in cats 40. Neutering in females and males 7. Basic care for kittens 41. Neonate management 42. Nutrition in the first months of life 43. Basic care 44. How to administer drugs 8. Communicable diseases 45. Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) 46. Feline leukaemia (FeLV) 47. Feline immunodeficiency (FIV) 48. Feline panleukopaenia 49. Feline rhinotracheitis 50. Ocular lesions pathognomonic for herpesvirus 51. Feline calicivirus 52. Feline chlamydiosis 9. Parasitic diseases 53. Ectoparasites in cats 54. Otitis caused by Otodectes cynotis 55. Most common feline intestinal parasites 10. Diseases of kittens 56. Feline hypersensitivity 57. Dermatophytosis 58. Eye diseases 59. Respiratory diseases 60. Digestive diseases 61. Congenital hypothyroidism and pituitary dwarfism 62. Congenital diseases 63. Hereditary diseases 64. Neonatal isoerythrolysis and blood groups in cats 
  • Idioma Inglés
  • Autor/es Grupo Asís Biomedia S.L.
  • Año de edición 2021
  • Nº Páginas 70
  • Encuadernación Hard cover. Wire-o
  • Tamaño 22 X 28

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