The American eclectic practice of medicine, as applied to the diseases of domestic animals: in which every form of disease peculiar to animals is treated in accordance with the most approved methods of modern science : with a treatise on bleeding, blistering, mercurializing, and the pernicious effects of minerals on the animal fibers : with a list of poisons and their antidotes : together with a historical sketch of the horse, and the principles of breeding, rearing, training, and the general management of the horse
Horse and other domestic animals
Titus, Nelson N.
New York : Baker & Godwin, printers, 1862
280 p.,  leaves of plates
Animal Diseases -- therapy
See catalog record: 13610390R