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Subject Guide: Animal Care: Home


Welcome to the 'Animal Care' Subject Guide.


Search the library catalogue for books using title, author or keyword searching.  The catalogue gives the location and shelfmark for printed books.   

Ebooks are also accessible via the library catalogue.

Shelfmarks relevant to this subject are:

 Animal Behaviour  591.5
 Animal Welfare  636.0832
 Cats  636.8
 Dog Grooming  636.70833
 Dog Training  636.70887
 Exotics  639.9
 Mammals  599
 Zoos  590.73


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Print journals are arranged alphabetically by title on the library shelves, older volumes may be held in the stack.  All journal titles are listed on the library catalogue.

Electronic journals are also listed on the library catalogue – click the link on the catalogue record to access the resource.

If you do not have a specific journal title or wish to search for journal articles on a topic, use a database. Find these on the Moodle library page.

Peer-Reviewed Journals

Do you need access to a peer-reviewed journal fast? 

Try 'Veterinary Record' (Journal of the British Veterinary Association):

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There are a number of databases that you can use, to search for resources in your subject area:

Databases - Help?

 Consult the help pages on the SRUC website if you need further help and advice about accessing SRUC databases.

Links to 'help pages' for individual databases, can be found here:

Internet Resources

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Each book has a shelfmark, which is a combination of numbers and letters. 

Break this down in to sections, to make it easier to find the book you are looking for:


 Contact your local SRUC library for more information.

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