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not what i wanted or expected
on 12 August 2009
This book was bought to assist in my coursework. I anticipated that as well as information stating what each part of the dog is a brief explaination of what that part does would follow(especially for glands, internal organs etc) but it doesn't. The diagrams are great, but it's equally difficult in finding the name as the pictures are number coded and parts just listed, and some pages have more than one peice of anatomy.
If you are training to be a vet and already have a vague understanding of canine anatomy this may be ok, but for a novice working on canine behaviour and psychology who is just interested in more information about the physical aspects of the dog its too confusing and doesn't give any medical information at all. Unfortunately there aren't many canine anatomy books available on the site so I didn't have much choice.