The second part of Dr Svendsen’s autobiography takes the donkey Sanctuary from 800 to 6,000 donkeys and from 3 to 9 farms. Dr Svendsen has her veterinary work on behalf of donkeys recognised and endures some interesting experiences abroad.
Dorothy Morris’s original text has been completely revised and updated and is now illustrated by new colour photographs throughout. The book gives all the facts and advice anyone could possibly need if they own a donkey or are thinking of getting one (and they will certainly want to after reading this book).
Not just donkeys - but quite a lot about them. These poems are written from the viewpoint of the donkey, and sometimes from the viewpoint of the human; they illuminate the beneficial relationship between the two, whether it be an autistic child riding a donkey who first word is 'Donkee', or the elderly resident in a nursing home ...
The Working Equid Veterinary Manual is a practical veterinary handbook for field-based veterinarians caring for working horses, donkeys and mules. It contains information on the common diseases and conditions of working equids, with clinical signs, diagnosis, treatment and approaches to prevention.