Quantcast

Exotic Animals clinical studies

This forum made possible through the generous support of SDN members, donors, and sponsors. Thank you.

Folkvang

New Member
Joined
May 17, 2017
Messages
5
Reaction score
0

Members don't see this ad.
Hello folks!

Are you guys interested in exotic/wild/birds medicine? I'd like to propose with this tread a discussion, a provide a place to discuss materials, procedures and all related to this fascinating area of Veterinary.

And to start, what is a must have book to exotic animals students?
 

Attachments

  • 11666133_10206702552263728_3298623319928697628_n.jpg
    11666133_10206702552263728_3298623319928697628_n.jpg
    103.7 KB · Views: 29

pinkpuppy9

Tired DVM
7+ Year Member
Joined
Oct 20, 2013
Messages
5,605
Reaction score
3,938
Hello folks!

Are you guys interested in exotic/wild/birds medicine? I'd like to propose with this tread a discussion, a provide a place to discuss materials, procedures and all related to this fascinating area of Veterinary.

And to start, what is a must have book to exotic animals students?
I have used Carpenter's more times than I can count. I think having a somewhat in-depth book about husbandry, surgery/anatomy, and common conditions for reptiles, avian species, aquatics (if it applies to your practice) and exotic mammals is a must as well. I like to ask around regarding which books are best since there are many that are advertised as veterinary textbooks, but are far too basic for the average vet student interested in exotics.

VIN is also a decent resource for connecting with other exotics vets.
 
  • Like
Reactions: 1 user

dyachei

vet robot pirate zombie
Staff member
Administrator
Volunteer Staff
15+ Year Member
Joined
Mar 9, 2007
Messages
25,550
Reaction score
20,178
quesenberry is a good, quick, go-to guide, as well. That and Carpenter's formulary. I also have a book called "reptile medicine" I find very useful
 
  • Like
Reactions: 1 users
Top