Every man his own horse and cattle doctor compiled from the works of the most celebrated European, American, and Canadian veterinary authorities by E. King Dodds

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  • Veterinary medicine,
  • Domestic animals -- Diseases,
  • Livestock -- Diseases

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Statementby E. King Dodds ; assisted by several eminent "vets" ; also how to develop speed in horses, and how best to break and tame them ; a few interesting chapters are also devoted to the breaking and training of colts ; the whole book superbly illustrated. --
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Pagination[3]-543 p. :
Number of Pages543
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Open LibraryOL17205814M

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About this Item: Milner & Company, LONDON. Cloth. Condition: Good. Original blue cloth with gilt titling and black decoration, two works in one, the first printed title being Every Man his own Horse and Cow Doctor, pp, and the second being Every Man his own Cattle Doctor, pp, some fading to spine and top of the same slightly pulled.

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