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BSAVA Manual of Exotic Pets, 5th Edition

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This remains the Foundation Manual for information across the range of exotic pets, from small mammals, through birds, reptiles and amphibians, to invertebrates. Commoner pets, such as rabbits, rodents and budgies retain their place. However, the ever-increasing range of non-traditional pets encountered by the veterinary surgeon in practice is reflected in coverage of some new groups, such as marsupials, ratites and crocodilians.

Published March 2010

Table of Contents: List of contributors Foreword Preface 1 Mammalian imaging and anatomy 1 2 Rats and mice 13 3 Hamsters 26 4 Gerbils 34 5 Chipmunks 47 6 Guinea pigs 52 7 Chinchillas 65 8 Rabbits 76 9 Ferrets 93 10 Other small mammals 102 11 Fancy pigs 116 12 Primates 127 13 Avian anatomy and imaging a Avian anatomy and physiology 138 b Avian imaging 149 14 Cage and aviary birds 157 15 Pigeons 168 16 Birds of prey 179 17 Reptile and amphibian anatomy and imaging 193 18 Tortoises and turtles 208 19 Lizards 223 20 Snakes 241 21 Amphibians 257 22 Ornamental fish 267 23 Invertebrates 280 24 British legislation 288 Index 293

Author Information: Anna Meredith: The R(D)SVS Hospital for Small Animals, The University of Edinburgh Cathy Johnson Delaney: Eastside Avian and Exotic Animal Medical Centre, Kirkland, WA 98034, USA