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Hi can anyone recomend any websites that have information on equine and bovine pregnancies and general anatomy and physiology of animals that a vet is most likely to encounter e.g. dogs, cats, horses, cows, pigs.
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Hi can anyone recomend any websites that have information on equine and bovine pregnancies and general anatomy and physiology of animals that a vet is most likely to encounter e.g. dogs, cats, horses, cows, pigs.
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Google it...there's loads out there
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No websites come to mind but the James Herriot books give a good sense of a vets life and he writes about a lot of interesting cases he saw.
However most of the books were written around the 1930s so if your looking for something modern they may not be quite right. However he does depict a lot of cases on bovine and horses and they make great bedtime reading! :yep:
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No websites come to mind but the James Herriot books give a good sense of a vets life and he writes about a lot of interesting cases he saw.
However most of the books were written around the 1930s so if your looking for something modern they may not be quite right. However he does depict a lot of cases on bovine and horses and they make great bedtime reading! :yep:
Thanks i know i have read them all they're amazing ha ha yeh i was wanting something a bit more in depth with pictures etc. that i can study but thanks for the replies
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http://www.pie-data.co.uk/Veterinary/equineEP.htm

http://www.3d-it.vet.ed.ac.uk/xrayha...mb/Tarsus.html

http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=v...age&q=&f=false

im hungover... so yeah, theres a few i used
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Nice find:yep:
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If you really want some good picture references, again no websites come to mind, i would get your hands on some vetty books. I expect they will be quite pricey so perhaps amazon isn't the best idea. However every vet practice i have worked at seem to have a few shelves full of vet books and at quite periods i always flick through them. Got loads of interesting pics of cycloptic sheep, prolapsed uteruses and calves inside out....worth a look and be as depth as you want i expect:yep:
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This website saved my life in first year whn I was revising for practical labs.

http://vanat.cvm.umn.edu/

The carnivore dissection section is particularly good and you can select labels or no labels depending on if you want to learn or revise .
http://vanat.cvm.umn.edu/carnLabs/index.html

I had loads more but it seems most of my links are now inactive.....clearly I am getting old.
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I have found this to be an exceptionally useful website:

http://drostproject.vetmed.ufl.edu/

Lots of great pictures and information across many species!
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I have found this to be an exceptionally useful website:

http://drostproject.vetmed.ufl.edu/

Lots of great pictures and information across many species!
Me likes:yep:
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