Extras: 25 books for your summer veterinary reading list

Extras: 25 books for your summer veterinary reading list

Share your top veterinary reading recommendations and see a detailed list of our experts' picks.
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Jun 30, 2010
By dvm360.com staff

Why should you keep your great book recommendations all to yourself? Share with veterinarians and veterinary team members your favorite picks through the years or what's really lighting your fire ight now.

If you want even more details on our experts' 25 picks—with free online excerpts and links to buy—click here.

And happy reading!

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