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A Guide to Basic Health & Disease in Birds Their Management, Care & Well-Being

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By: Michael J Cannon(Author)
111 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations, tables
A Guide to Basic Health & Disease in Birds
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A Guide to Basic Health and Disease in Birds covers all aspects of avian health and husbandry. The contents include information on a variety of topics of interest to the aviculturist - Why do birds get sick?, signs of illness, how to do a physical examination, how to make a visit to the Veterinarian more successful, first aid, how to set up a quarantine program, medicating birds, bird restraint, common problems, infectious diseases, exotic diseases, non-infectious diseases, list of common diseases according to the species, post-mortem examination for the aviculturist, antibiotics in aviculture, avian parasite control, Psittacosis, and disinfection.

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Handbook / Manual
By: Michael J Cannon(Author)
111 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations, tables
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