By Chris Pasquini D.V.M., M.S., Tom Spurgeon, Ph.D & Susan Pasquini, D.V.M.
A fully illustrated guide to the anatomy of the domestic animals: dog, cat, horse, cattle, sheep, goat and pig. The Anatomy of Domestic Animals makes learning anatomy more pleasant and longer lasting for veterinary students.
This system-oriented book is a heavily illustrated summary of essential anatomical facts in a comparative format, making information readily accessible.
Over 700 clear, concise drawings lend excellent visual representation to the text. Most illustrations are conveniently grouped with the supporting text, which gives essentials of each structure in outline form. Differences between species follow, with clinical applications relating to each group of structures are also presented to stimulate interest.