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U.S. Army’s Guide to Veterinary Care of Military Working Dogs

by Prepper Press

Prepper Press has a new book release! After people responded favorably to our publishing U.S. Military’s Dog Training Handbook, we have no made the U.S. Army’s Guide to Veterinary Care of Military Working Dogs available for purchase in paperback form.

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Learn how to care for your dog like the U.S. military. This is the official military manual used for training dog handlers on veterinary care of military working dogs (MWDs). Thorough, descriptive, and informative, we have taken the Veterinary Care and Management of the Military Working Dog manual and reformatted it into a more reader-friendly version. From equipment and facilities to dentistry, this guide will educate on K9 well-being and veterinary care.

You will learn:

  • Equipment and Facilities
  • Preventive Medicine, Deployment Issues, and Standard Procedures
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Common Medical Problems
  • Diagnostic Imaging
  • Surgery
  • Dentistry
  • Physical Conditioning
  • Behavioral Medicine
  • Disposition
  • Necropsy and Pathology Support
  • And more!

This manual consolidates medical information, policies, procedures and regulatory directives specific to the medical management of MWDs into one document. Army Veterinary Corps Officers have researched, extracted, and compiled the material from a variety of references from all services and standards of veterinary practice within the United States. This book will not teach you how to be a veterinarian, but it will help you become a better dog owner.

Buy Veterinary Care and Management of the Military Working Dog on Amazon.


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Good news! If you are interested in buying both this book and U.S. Military’s Dog Training Handbook, we have combined both books into one to save the reader a bit of money. This book is available as The Complete Military Working Dog Manual.

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Melissa Michelle Newman March 28, 2020 - 4:42 pm

My working dog suffers from depression. Are their any new treatments that may offer him the help needed to return to a normal daily schedule?

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