“Fish Vetting Medicines: Formulary of Fish Treatments” will be the premier source of comprehensive, yet concise, information on drugs used to treat diseases in fish.

With nearly 300 drug entries, it is a comprehensive yet practical, quick access reference; making it an indispensable resource for anyone interested in fish health including veterinarians.

Its content organisation is designed for enhanced navigability with medicines arranged by:

  • Pathogen type (disease causing organisms),
  • Therapeutic use or groups,
  • Common disease conditions,
  • And in alphabetical order.
Pre-purchase your book before the end of May and you will receive a special discount code to give you 15% off any product in The Fish Vet’s On-Line Shop the next time you order (valid for 2012).

For a sneak preview, download free chapters from the soon-to-be published book by clicking this link.

NB: The book you purchase will have an improved cover design.

So, to have information on drugs, doses and indications for your fish patients at your fingertips, make your purchase now at http://thefishvet.com.au/shop/shopping.html

About the Author

The Fish Vet

Dr Richmond Loh

BSc, BVMS, MANZCVS (Aquatics), MPhil (Vet Pathol), MANZCVS (Pathobiol)

Ph: +61 (0)421 822 383

E: thefishvet@gmail.com

W: http://www.thefishvet.com.au

Dr Loh has always been interested in animals, nature and medicine, so naturally he studied to become a veterinarian at Murdoch University. His first job was as a veterinary fish pathologist for the Tasmanian state laboratory, providing diagnostic services for the large aquaculture farms including species such as salmon, trout, ornamental fishes, abalone and oysters.

He has been admitted as a Member of the Australian & New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists (ANZCVS) by examination in the subjects of “Aquatic Animal Health” and in “Pathobiology”. He was awarded a Master of Philosophy degree for research into Tasmanian Devil Facial Tumour Disease and is published in Veterinary Pathology. He has recently published a book entitled “Fish Vetting Essentials” which has gained popularity and is being sold world-wide. He is now working on another publication entitled “Fish Vetting Cases – A Colour Review of Fish Diseases”.

He primarily offers veterinary services to owners of ornamental fishes as “The Fish Vet” in the states of Western Australia and in Victoria. He is the consultant veterinarian to AQWA (the Aquarium of WA), is an adjunct lecturer at Murdoch University, is a founding member and a communications committee member of the World Aquatic Veterinary Medical Association (WAVMA), is the secretary for the Aquatic Animal Health Chapter of the ANZCVS and provides advice on fish health and welfare to several universities (holds the title of adjunct senior lecturer at Murdoch University) and the RSPCA. His clients are diverse and range from individual pet fish owners, to retailers and fish farmers.

Make your purchase now at http://thefishvet.com.au/shop/shopping.html

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