Selling Veterinary Medicines
About The Book
This book is designed to provide a handy reference guide for persons dealing with owners of companion animals, small mammals and horses in a retail environment. It is important that sales staff help owners in a confident and efficient manner by selling an appropriate medicine or nutritional product or by suggesting a consultation with a veterinary surgeon. The opportunities for involvement in the veterinary sector have never been better: in the UK there are an estimated 17 million cats and dogs, more than a million rabbits and over half a million horses and ponies used for leisure purposes, while in Ireland the cat and dog populations have increased by 37% and 14% respectively in the last five years.The chapter authors include two lecturers from Harper Adams University and two practising veterinary pharmacists; together they offer a blend of background material and practical guidelines in a clear concise format. This is the first book in a planned series of veterinary resources produced by the Veterinary Pharmacy Association
An Introduction to Veterinary Medicine
About The Book
An Introduction to Veterinary Medicine will equip pharmacists, veterinary nurses and SQPs with the knowledge necessary to enable a confident and appropriate involvement in this fascinating area of practice. The book provides information on public health issues associated with keeping animals, veterinary pharmacy including the formulation and supply of veterinary medicinal products, as well as comprehensive sections on the maintenance of good health and the management of disease in companion animals, equines, fish, birds and food producing animals. There is also a section on complementary and alternative therapies for animals.
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