3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Great for Vet students,
This review is from: Dog Anatomy: A Coloring Atlas: A Colouring Atlas (Spiral-bound)
I'm in my first year of veterinary and I love this book. It has very good images that helped me in both learning the different muscles, nerves, bones and in the actual dissections of the dog. It helps you learn the anatomy of the dog in an easy way. By colouring in the muscles one focuses on the structure and the colour helps separate the different parts. Next to each drawing is also extra information about each part, which again makes it easier to remember. This book makes the learning of anatomy fun and interesting. It is much easier to remember an image than just reading dry texts, struggling to remember the names and how they fit together.
I really think this was a great book; I'm still using it and every person in my class that I've shown it to wants to get one too!! I think each veterinary student should own a copy=)