Publisher link: Souvenir Press - UK
Amazon.co.uk - Kindle Edition
Paperback - 272 pages - Release date: 2nd March, 2015
ISBN-10: 0285642936 - ISBN-13: 978-0285642935
Andrew Gardiner is an experienced vet and the ideal guide to the practical solutions that anyone can carry out at home to help keep their cat fit and well.
Cats can seem as varied and complex as people, and modern veterinary medicine has a much improved knowledge of cats bodies, with very specific approaches to their health problems.
This revised and updated guide will inform and educate any cat owner how better to provide for their companion s health. A to Z of Cat Health and First Aid clearly explains what the owner can do for their cat, working alongside the veterinary surgeon, to give their companion the best chance of a full and speedy recovery.
It contains a great deal of practical and useful information on everyday cat care. Over 200 common conditions fully explained Detailed cross-references to related problems Up-to-date treatments and cat-friendly approaches.
There is detailed help for over 200 common cat illnesses, as well as advice in the event of accidents, for everything from coat contamination, high blood pressure and fleas to overgrown nails, spaying and urination problems.
Each illness is explained and details of first aid and nursing care that can be administered at home is clearly outlined, along with a full explanation of what treatment your vet might follow.
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Moggies gives this book Five Paws out of Five: - A very detailed book, one that every cat owner needs to have.
Extensive, practical and easy-to-understand book gives solutions for the commonest cat health problems… An invaluable resource. - Kennel and Cattery Management
Practical, easy to understand and an ideal guide book. - Your Cat
A brilliant source of information… This book is a gem. - Our Cats
About the Author: Andrew Gardiner qualified in veterinary medicine from The University of Edinburgh. He has many years experience working in private practice, emergency clinics and for national animal welfare charities.