Reviews - What do customers think about Anatomy of the Dog: An Illustrated Text (Vet (Schlutersche))?
Beautiful reference Mar 7, 2008
There are many excellent canine anatomy references available, but for really visualizing anatomy, this is best. The illustrations are the best I've seen anywhere, done in large, beautiful color. The text is bare-bones; but that's appropriate for an atlas. It's not a replacement for Miller's, but this is FAR more useful as an atlas.
Small package but loaded Jan 10, 2008
I bought this as a backup book to Millers for my years in Vet Med at UCD. This book has become a favorite as the the pictures are very, very good when it comes to anatomy texts (and I've got 5 of those, so I think my opinion is valid). Just like any anatomy text, there are a few things here and there that a course may ask you to know and it's not in there but overall it had most everything and was very useful. Oh, and it is much thinner and lighter than Millers for lugging back and forth from school to home. Also the appendices are FABULOUS, they cover many extra topics, from detailed radiology info to a huge section on clinical and functional anatomy where it list parts and says a few important clinical things about it. I wouldn't recommended it as a replacement for Millers but as a secondary addition to it.
the physiology of the dog Apr 23, 1999
I do love pets and all animals and I did enjoy the book very very muc