Veterinary Guide to Animal Breeds – Beth Vanhorn
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Beth Vanhorn, AS, CVT, is Instructor in the Adult Education Veterinary Assistant Program at the Dauphin County Technical School and is a Practice Manager with the Banfield Pet Hospital in a small animal clinic in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA.
"As a new educator in the field of veterinary medicine with no formal training in veterinary sciences, I found the guide very useful for identifying the common breeds and species my students work (or will work) with when they leave veterinary school. The book is concise and easy to read. The references and further reading sections at the end of each chapter make it convenient to pursue a more in-depth understanding" Doody's, October 2017
The text was written for readers with minimal biology background. The images are clear and of good quality. The accompanying website hosts a series of teaching presentations, test questions, and breed identification worksheets to help students memorize facts.This book will be best used as a resource in animal science classrooms or for veterinary assistants in the early stages of their careers, who want a quick reference before speaking with clients about their pets. JAVMA, January 2018