Spanish for Veterinarians, Second Edition, is designed to help you rapidly learn working Spanish for clinical conversations. Packed with the practical vocabulary information and conversational tools found in the first edition, the new edition now includes a new chapter on exotics and expanded information on the Spanish required for pre-consultation discussion. The pronunciation exercises, available online as audio files to help veterinary team members effectively and confidently use Spanish in their client communications, have also been revised and expanded. This new edition is a lively presentation of the Spanish that working vets increasingly need to know.
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Bonnie Frederick is Professor of Spanish at Texas Christian University. She has published several books on women's literature, and she is co-author, with Dr. Mosqueda, of Spanish for Animal Scientists and Food Animal Producers.
Juan Mosqueda is a Professor of Immunology, School of Veterinary Medicine, College of Natural Sciences, Autonomous University of Queretaro, Mexico.Review:
"A useful feature is access to a Web site where readers can listen to native pronunciation of words and download pronunciation exercises. As a teaching tool, this is priceless, particularly because most communications between veterinarians and Spanish speaking clients will be oral.... This book is a useful introduction to Spanish.... Any attempts to communicate to owners in their native language will be met with relief and appreciation, and the book succeeds in providing a basic working version of the Spanish language." - Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, December 2008
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