Symptoms of illness in sheep
Are the symptoms or clinical signs you see indicative for a illness, diseases or disorder in sheep?
During examination of a flock of sheep, due to the complexity of clinical signals, it's not always evident which illness,
disease or disorder may bother them. Vets-net's on-line veterinary knowledge base provides a unique, fast and up-to-date
system with two convenient search options with "symptoms" and "keywords" in order to help you find all the relevant information
on every sheep's illness/disease, therapy and prognosis.
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