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Veterinary Preventive Medicine

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Margaret Root Kustritz, University of Minnesota

Copyright Year: 2022

ISBN 13: 9781946135827

Publisher: University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing

Language: English

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Table of Contents

  • 1. Terminology
  • 2. Vaccines and Vaccinations: Introduction
  • 3. Vaccines and Vaccinations: Individual Animals
  • 4. Vaccines and Vaccinations: Production Animals
  • 5. Parasite Control
  • 6. Reproduction Control
  • 7. Care of the Young
  • 8. Dentistry
  • 9. Behavior
  • 10. Nutrition: Basics
  • 11. Nutrition: Herbivores
  • 12. Nutrition: Omnivores and Carnivores
  • 13. Biosecurity
  • 14. Backyard Poultry / Caged Birds / Fish / Reptiles / Amphibians
  • 15. Mammals I
  • 16. Mammals II / Marsupials
  • 17. Drug Management

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  • About the Book

    Goals of preventive medicine are to protect, promote, and maintain health and well-being and to prevent disease, disability, and death. Veterinary preventive medicine is an important component of veterinary training not only to ensure animal health but also to help veterinary students learn necessary information and skills for participation in global animal and human health challenges and disease prevention.

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    Dr. Peggy Root Kustritz is a 1987 graduate of the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. After working in small animal private practice in the Twin Cities for several years, she returned to the University of Minnesota, completing a residency in theriogenology. She achieved board certification in theriogenology in 1994, completed a PhD in theriogenology in 1995, and a Masters in Medical Education in 2015. She currently is employed as a professor in small animal reproduction and also serves as Assistant Dean of Education of the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. She is the author of several veterinary texts and one text for dog breeders and is a frequent speaker for lay and veterinary audiences.

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