A Domestic Treatise on the Diseases of Horses and Dogs; (the second part titled: A Domestic Treatise on the Diseases of Dogs). so conducted as to enable persons to practise with ease and success on their own animals, without the assistance of a farrier: Including likewise the Natural Management, as Stabling, Feeding, Exercise, & c.: together with the Outlines of a Plan for the Establishment of Genuine Medicines for these Animals throughout the Kingdom.
London: printed for T.Boosey, 4, Old Broad Street, Royal Exchange:, 1810. Fourth edition, with very large additions. Hardcover. [iv] (two engraved title pages - see below) + iii + (4-)249 +  index + adverts. The 'Dogs' section begins with an introduction at p.137. The attractive engraved title page to..... More