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Dog anatomy
  1. Emma S. Davies,
  2. Georgina Johnston and
  3. Charlotte Boardman

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Miller's Anatomy of the Dog, 4th edn Howard E. Evans, and Alexander de Lahunta 872 pages, hardback, £93.99. Saunders Elsevier. 2013. ISBN 978 1 43770 8127

WHAT a fantastic book! Here at the Royal Veterinary College, we agree that it's a ‘must-have’ for anybody with an interest in working with small animals, and vital for those doing surgery.

‘Miller's Anatomy of the Dog’ is a very comprehensive, well researched and elaborately illustrated textbook on canine anatomy. The chapters of the book start with fetal development and then are organised by body system, which works well and is easy to search and cross reference between chapters. There is abundant footnoting, supported …

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