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The Homoeopathic Treatment of Small Animals: Principles & Practice

by Christopher Day

Condition: Acceptable/No Jacket


London: Wigmore Publications, 1984. Acceptable in green pictorial wraps w much rubbing, creases, soiling, corners worn, nicks, chips, creases at corners & elsewhere. Leans/cocked. Edges of text-block soiled. Front wrap verso soiled as is title page; fmr owner's name, phone inked at head. Interior ow clean & unmarked, sound. Jpgs cheerfully provided upon request! "A comprehensive survey of the principles and practice of the homeoepathic treatment of small animals for veterinary surgeons, animal breeders and owners."--cover copy.. Edition Unstated. Soft Cover. Acceptable/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Used.


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