Pigeons and their Economical Health Care

A pigeon specialist book that has quickly conquered the world: it has become a bestseller in fifty countries on four continents so far.

It includes everything fanciers should know and observe. It helps you to immediately recognize problems that other breeders can only do with decades of experience.
This book is a real refreshment. It is written in a basic language that we can all understand; the explanations are for the every day working fancier, who wants to sit and read something you can understand and not have to go rushing to the dictionary. Very good practical points, many useful tips. A must for any serious fancier.
People who have it, can surely take advantage of it and will be a great step before the others!! Once you will have the book you only have one problem: When you lend it out you never see it back any more.
I. Maintaining good health without recourse to medicines
   1. Prevention of epidemics
   2. Hygiene
   3. The immune system and stress
II. General information about medicines
   1. Medicines prior to use
       Acquisition of medicines
       Home storage of medicines
       The expiry date of medicines
   2. Administering medicines
       Mode by which medicines are administered
         Table 1. Conversion tables
       Time of day and duration of application
   3. Medicine inside the body
       The mechanism of action
   4. Drug interactions
       Interaction outside the body
       Interaction inside the body

Very useful tables
III. Diseases by group
Contagious diseases
   1. Bacteria-induced diseases
       About bacteria in general
       Ornithosis (Chlamydiosis)
   2. Virus-induced diseases
       About viruses in general
       Pigeon pox
       Pigeon herpes
   3. Fungi-induced diseases
   4. Parasite-induced diseases
       Intestinal worms
       Canker (Trichomoniasis)
       External parasites
            Table 2. Comparison of the symptoms of contagious diseases Young age group
            Table 3. Comparison of the symptoms of contagious diseases Older age group
Metabolic diseases
   1. Deficiency illnesses
       Macro elements
       Micro elements, trace elements
       Proteins, amino acids
   2. Poisonings
       Poisonings caused by medicines
       Other poisonings
IV. Products grouped by active ingredients
   1. Antibiotics
      Table 4. Therapeutic spectrum of antibiotics
   2. Other antibacterial agents, probiotics
      Table 5. The damaging effect of antibiotics on normal flora
   3. Drugs affecting the metabolism
      3.a Immune boosters
      3.b Performance boosters
   4. Antiparasitic drugs
   5. Antifungal drugs
   6. Vaccines
   7. Disinfectants
V. Treatment schedule
VI. Glossary
VII. Bibliography
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