Dog Anatomy – A Coloring AtlasPosted: January 27, 2011 Filed under: Lotsa Lhasa Info Leave a comment
This looks fun!
An authoritative atlas of canine anatomy. The illustrations are understandable, accurate, and exquisitely drawn. A useful and fun guide for students and professionals at all levels who have an interest or need to understand the anatomy of man’s best friend. This is NOT a child’s coloring book! These are sophisticated, professional drawings; color if you wish!
Simple, easy-to-use presentation of core regional anatomy presented in 195 black and white line drawings arranged on 81 plates. Consistent layout includes medically correct terminology with clear, understandable definitions. Helpful do-it-yourself coloring format maximizes comprehension and retention.
About the Author
Dr. Kainer is Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at Colorado State University.Thomas O. McCracken is former Associate Professor of Biomedical Illustration and Communications, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at Colorado State University. Mr. McCracken is currently Vice President of Visible Productions LLC, in Fort Collins, CO.