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Animal Reiki Tails Volume 3 By Kathleen Prasad
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This represents the third volume in a series of real-life animal Reiki stories. Stories show how energy healing can support health and wellness of a variety of species, such as horses, dogs, cats,... More > rabbits and more. Contributing authors are Reiki practitioners from around the world who work with animals and energy healing.< Less
Animal Reiki Tails Volume 3 By Kathleen Prasad
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This represents the third volume in a series of real-life animal Reiki stories. Stories show how energy healing can support health and wellness of a variety of species, such as horses, dogs, cats,... More > rabbits and more. Contributing authors are Reiki practitioners from around the world who work with animals and energy healing.< Less
Pet Health, First Aid and Welfare (Colour) By Liz Procter
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This book is by ResponsiPet, new in summer 2012. ResponsiPet provides pet education and services to both adults and children in Hampshire, England. ResponsiPet aims to promote ‘Responsible... More > Pet Ownership’ across the nation by educating people on how to become more responsible and knowledgeable towards our pet animals. This book covers the basics in a variety of topics such as pet nutrition, behaviour, pet first aid, choosing the right pet, pet vaccinations, animal careers and more.< Less
An Ounce of Prevention: Raising and Feeding Animals Naturally By Alethea Kenney, B. S., D. Vet. Hom
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Farming methods have changed substantially in the last 100 years. Pollution, degradation of the ground and water have resulted in soils unable to sustain life for healthy plants, animals, and people.... More > Animals are now a commodity, their lives and health treated with disdain. In An Ounce of Prevention, author Alethea Kenney says there’s still time to change and return to a sustainable way of life. She shares information on how animals live, thrive, reproduce, and die. Kenney focuses on the holistic connection between farm animals and their environment, each species’ unique digestive system and physiological needs, and the most natural way to meet their nutritional needs in a farm or home setting. Complete with a list of resources, this book gives practical advice on raising farm and companion animals based on natural principles, and it reflects on the health of the environment as well as the health of animals, homes, and farms.< Less
Nutritional balance of milk of minor dairy animals By Jose D. Perezgonzalez
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PEREZGONZALEZ Jose D (2011). Nutritional balance of minor dairy animals' milk. The Balanced Nutrition Index (ISSN 1177-8849), 2012, issue 2. This issue of the BNI™ is a supporting document for... More > a research on the nutritional balance of milk from dairy animals other than cows. [See BNI™ database at http://BNI-INE.wikidot.com]< Less
Our Pets Health Charity Calendar 2019 By Dr Alex Avery
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Dogs and cats are family! This calendar brings you a different quote and image to highlight just how much our pets bring to our lives. 20% of all proceeds will also be donated to the charity... More > "Tree of Life for Animals" based in Rajasthan, Northern India, and work to eradicate rabies, rescue and treat injured animals, sterilize street dogs, and more.< Less
Parasitology for Medical,Health and Science Students By Ali H Altimimi
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Medical parasitology traditionally has included the study of three major groups of animals: parasitic protozoa, parasitic helminths (worms), and those arthropods that directly cause disease or act as... More > vectors of various pathogens. A parasite is a pathogen that simultaneously injures and derives sustenance from its host. Some organisms called parasites are actually commensals, in that they neither benefit nor harm their host (for example, Entamoeba coli). Although parasitology had its origins in the zoologic sciences, it is today an interdisciplinary field, greatly influenced by microbiology, immunology, biochemistry, and other life sciences.The book has been divided into four sections. The first is an introductory section describing the terminology and general principles of parasitological studies. Then there are two sections: Protozoology and Helminthology. In each section the parasites of man have been classified and described under the following headings.< Less
FOOD MICROBIOLOGY FUNDAMENTALS, CHALLENGES AND HEALTH IMPLICATIONS By ELAINE PERKINS
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The authors of this book discuss the most recent advancements in food microbiology research. Chapters include a review on the factors which help to choose the conditions that assure food microbial... More > stability and contribute to food safety and quality; an examination of the prevalence of one of the most important food-borne pathogens, L. monocytogenes, particularly in fruits and vegetables; emerging bacteria detection methods in food and culture media using mass spectrometry (MS); detection techniques of Salmonella, of which infections from animal food play an important role in public health and particularly in food safety; and case studies of yeasts in fruit wine fermentations, which can have important implications for developing fruit wine and can contribute to an important advancements in any fermentation products.< Less
A Survey of Animal Shelters and Their Frequency of Use of Enrichment By Sandra FORNES
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Historically, animal shelters were designed as temporary holding facilities for abandoned or relinquished dogs. Today, shelters are now becoming “home” for dogs that are not adopted or... More > fostered, breeding new challenges of kennel-induced behavioral problems, thereby reducing adoption rates. While “no-kill” shelters are on the rise, there have been little changes in the structure and design of shelters to improve canine welfare. A survey of animal shelters identifies that environmental enrichment in today’s shelter settings is very limited, and many housing environments do not meet the current Animal Welfare Act (AWA) guidelines, thus negatively impacting canine welfare and health. This study examines the relationship between shelter dogs with behavioral problems and the enrichment provided for the dogs. A survey of animal shelters exemplifies the frequency and types of environmental enrichment, if any, and what factors may limit the use of various enrichment elements in shelter settings.< Less
Economic Opportunities and Benefits of Implementing One World-One Health Strategies for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention By James Newcomb
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Prepared on behalf of the Public Health Agency of Canada. Countries that adopt integrated approaches to health promotion and disease prevention for humans, domestic animals, and wildlife may be able... More > to reap significant net economic benefits compared with traditional approaches that are more fragmented and less effective. Emerging infectious diseases in humans and animals are imposing billions of dollars of economic damages to economies around the world. Prevention and management of disease outbreaks can play a significant role in a nation’s overall economic performance. For example, even though relatively few Canadians were infected by the 2003 SARS outbreak in Canada, the disease significantly affected the country’s overall economic performance in the second quarter of that year.< Less

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