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Veterinary ethics : animal welfare, client relations, competition, and collegiality
Table of Contents
15. The Human-Companion Animal Bond -- 16. What is a Veterinarian? Who Will Decide? -- 17. The Sale of Nonprofessional Goods and Services: Toward the Choice of a Model of Veterinary Practice -- 18. Promotion and Marketing -- 19. Are Veterinarians Colleagues or Competitors? -- 20. Treating Clients Fairly -- 21. Ethical Issues in Companion Animal Practice -- 22. Ethical Challenges of High-tech, Innovative, and Academic Veterinary Medicine -- 23. Farm, Food, and Performance Animal Practice: The New Frontier of Veterinary Ethics -- 24. Animal Research -- 25. Employer-employee Relations: Ethics in the Workplace -- 26. Veterinary Ethics, Wildlife, and the Environment --Appendix: Cases in Veterinary Ethics.Foreword / Franklin M. Loew -- 1. A Time for Veterinary Ethics -- 2. The Four Branches of Veterinary Ethics -- 3. Veterinary Ethics and Religion -- 4. Veterinary Ethics and the Law -- 5. Veterinary Ethics and Moral Theory -- 6. Descriptive Veterinary Ethics: Mapping the Profession's Moral Values -- 7. Administrative Veterinary Ethics: The Governmental Application of Moral Standards -- 8. The Nature and Functions of Official Veterinary Ethics -- 9. Oath and Principles -- 10. How to Approach Problems in Normative Veterinary Ethics -- 11. The Interests of Animals -- 12. Animal Rights -- 13. What is Animal Welfare? -- 14. The Interests of Veterinary Clients --