Infectious Disease Management in Animal Shelters
Infectious Disease Management in Animal Shelters is a comprehensive guide to preventing, managing, and treating disease outbreaks in shelters. Emphasizing strategies for the prevention of illness and mitigation of disease, this book provides detailed, practical information regarding fundamental principles of disease control and specific management of important diseases affecting dogs and cats in group living environments. Taking an in-depth, population health approach, the text presents information to aid in the fight against the most significant and costly health issues in shelter care facilities.
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Neradome recenzijų įprastose vietose.
Introduction to Disease Management in Animal Shelters
Sanitation and Disinfection
Canine and Feline Vaccinations and Immunology
Feline Upper Respiratory Disease
Canine Parvovirus and Coronavirus
Bacterial and Protozoal Gastrointestinal Disease
Feline Infectious Peritonitis
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