Where There is No Vet by Bill Forse, Read the list of CONTENTS at the beginning. This tells you what each chapter is about and gives the page numbers for the different subjects discussed.
Where There is No Vet by Bill Forse
To LOOK UP A DISEASE OR OTHER HEALTH PROBLEM:
1. Look at pages 371-380 at the end of the book. This is an INDEX that lists, in the order of the alphabet, all the subjects in this book. Under many subjects there will be other things to do with the
subject (for example, under birth are listed: normal, problems in, signs of, etc.).
2. Check the list of CONTENTS. When you find what you want, turn to the pages shown.
IF YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND THE MEANING OF SOME OF THE WORDS IN THIS BOOK:
Look for the word in the WORD LIST on page 363 at the b;ck of the book. Words explained in the Word List are written in italics the first time they are used in a chapter or section of text.
BEFORE USING ANY MEDICINE:
Always look at pages 311-352 for information on uses, dosage, risks, and precautions. An A-Z of medicines is also included on medicines for particular problems.
To IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF ANIMALS IN YOUR COMMUNITY:
Organise a meeting of your neighbours, to study this book and discuss the health problems of animals in the community. Use Section 2 of the book to share your knowledge and give training sessions. Study Section 5 on How to prevent and control disease. Discuss with your neighbours how everyone in the community can help to control things such as parasites and infections to make all the animals healthy.
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