Simon Girling, Blackwell Publishing, ISBN 1405107472
Veterinary nursing of exotic pets

From iguanas to gerbils, from turtles to chinchilla’s, the interest in exotic pets has increased dramatically during the past years.
After dogs and cats, rabbits are the most favourite animals in the United Kingdom. But also the sale of small mammals, reptiles and birds is still growing. In the practice of vets, the treatment of exotic animals becomes increasingly more specialised.

This book can be used as reference material and is entirely dedicated to how to treat exotic animals. It does not only explain how to keep them, but also how to feed and handle the animals. It also has an overview of diseases and treatments.

The target group of the book are vets and vet assistants.
It also forms a good reference guide for students.