Section One: Ferrets 1. Basic Anatomy, Physiology, and Husbandry 2. Basic Approach to Veterinary Care 3. Gastrointestinal Diseases 4. Disorders of the Urinary and Reproductive Systems 5. Cardiovascular and Other Diseases 6. Respiratory Diseases 7. Endocrine Diseases 8. Neoplasia 9. Dermatologic Diseases 10. Muscoloskeletal and Neurologic Diseases 11. Soft Tissue Surgery Section Two: Rabbits 12. Basic Anatomy, Physiology, and Husbandry 13. Basic Approach to Veterinary Care 14. Nutrition and Gastrointestinal Physiology 15. Gastrointestinal Diseases 16. Respiratory Disease and Pasteurellosis 17. Disorders of the Reproductive and Urinary Systems 18. Dermatologic Diseases 19. Neurologic and Musculoskeletal Diseases 20. Cardiovascular and Lymphoproliferative Diseases 21. Soft Tissue Surgery Section Three: Guinea Pigs and Chinchillas 22. Biology, Husbandry, and Clinical Techniques of Guinea Pigs and Chinchillas 23. Diseases of Guinea Pigs 24. Diseases of Chinchillas 25. Soft Tissue Surgery Section Four: Small Rodents 26. Basic Anatomy, Physiology, and Clinical Techniques of Small Rodents 27. Diseases of Small Rodents 28. Soft Tissue Surgery Section Five: Other Small Mammals 29. Sugar Gliders 30. African Hedgehogs Section Six: General Topics 31. Anesthesia, Analgesia, and Sedation of Small Mammals 32. Small Mammal Dentistry 33. Orthopedics in Small Mammals 34. Small Mammal Diagnostic and Surgical Endoscopy 35. Diagnostic Imaging 36. Cytology and Hematology of Small Mammals 37. Ophthalmologic Diseases in Small Pet Mammals 38. Emergency and Critical Care of Small Mammals 39. Behavior of Small Mammals 40. Zoonotic Diseases Section Seven: Drug Formulary
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Veterinary Record, March 2012
"This is a nupdated and expandedhird edition of the well know 'pink book' many practitioners reach for when presented with a small mammal...The content is well written, referenced, and presented in an easily accessible manner with a practical focus.The layout is clean and there are many colour and black and white photographs complemented by line drawings and illustrations, charts and radiographs, which are of consistently high quality...I believe the edition succeeded in their mission to provide 'up-to-date in formation reader-friendly, comprehensive yet concise format'...Ths long awaited refresh will likely restore the 'pink book' being an essential and regularly consulted text for veterinarians dealing with small mammals in practice."
Australian Veterinary Journal, November 2012