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Except for being an amusing activity, coloring and drawing can actually help you remember something you want. Many researchers claim that using coloring or drawing of objects of interest is a great strategy to enhance your memory.
This time we will present some veterinary coloring books, primarily useful for veterinary students, but besides them, professionals in the field can also use them to bring back forgotten information and facts. Some of them are educational, and some entertaining, yet all of them will help you relax!

Veterinary Anatomy Coloring Book

The second edition of the Veterinary Anatomy Coloring Book offers a wide variety of illustrations of different anatomical body parts of cats and dogs, horses, cows, goats, pigs, birds, as well as featured exotic bonus where you master the anatomy of rodents, snakes, ferrets, lizards, and rabbits. You can identify the appropriate structures with numbered lead lines corresponding to a numbered list presented beneath the illustration.

Pros:

Many species included
Exotic animals part
Affordable price
Requires extensive work to finish it

Cons:

Some printing error can be found
Shouldn’t be used as the only study resource

Buyer’s info:

The 288 pages are in English and you can purchase the Veterinary Anatomy Coloring Book’s second edition for $25. There is an option to purchase an already used book for $2 less.

Vet Life: A Snarky Adult Coloring Book

This motivational coloring book for grownups helps inspire professional through humor and stress relief. Final year students that already feel the chill of the veterinary field will also find this amusing!

Pros:

Perfect gift for everyone
Thoughtful and funny quotes
Effective stress-relief method

Cons:

No educational purpose

Buyer’s info:

The 108 pages of this coloring book published by Gray & Gold Publishing can be yours for $8.65. Optionally there are used books for almost half the price.

The Zoology Coloring Book

Probably the Zoology Coloring Book won’t be the first choice for a vet student, rather for zoology and biology college students.  But still, the book contains a great deal of useful information and informative text along with the pictures that will motivate the studying process. The pictures present the body structures of the most important animal groups in nature.

Pros:

Great details
Easy to read information
Useful for first-year students

Cons:

Cannot use markers due to paper quality
More pictures could have been involved

Buyer’s info:

The 240 pages of pictures and text can be bought for $17.
An old version can be found for $14.45.

Vet Tech Life: A Snarky Adult Coloring Book

The funny and illustrative depiction of a vet tech’s life; what’s more to say than that? It’s an effective mindful method for meditation that will make you feel better at the end of every hard-working day.

Pros:

A lot of pages to color on
Realistically relatable to veterinary professionals

Cons:

Too much detail on some pages

Buyer’s info:

These 108 pages of pictures and thoughtful quotes can be yours for $8.68. 

Introduction to Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology Textbook

Definitely, a must have for everyone that wants to purchase a successful veterinary career. The textbook features comprehensive coverage of all major companion species and some large animal species. Another great feature is the ‘applied anatomy tips’ which are useful for clinical practice.

Pros:

Great addition to first-year college students’ learning material
Worthy and easy to read information

Cons:

Not a lot of detailed info
Only for introduction purposes

Buyer’s info:

The coloring book contains 288 pages. Couples of versions are available for purchase – the paperback version worth $41-$52, spiral-bound version worth $54 and used books for $41. 

Dog Anatomy: A Coloring Atlas

Besides illustration and description of the essential anatomical concept of a canine’s body, the coloring atlas discusses some common diseases related to different regions. Except for veterinarians and veterinary technicians, the coloring atlas is useful for dog breeders and show judges as well.

Pros:

Breed specific and precise
Common diseases section
No need to color the pages in order to learn

Cons:

Not too detailed info
Lacks details on nerves and bones

Horse Anatomy (Dover Nature Coloring Book)

A short educational coloring book examining the internal and external anatomy features of horses. All of the illustrations are explained and labeled in detail.

Pros:

Very affordable
Breed specific
Useful for horse owners and students

Cons:

Not applicable for advanced learning

Buyer’s info:

The book is pretty short and compelled of only 32 pages. The price of a new coloring book is $3.99 and the price for a used one is $0.49. 

Saunders Veterinary Anatomy Coloring Book

This is another popular anatomy coloring book featuring about 300 illustrations of anatomical parts divided into region related sections and covering feline and canine, equine, porcine, avian and ruminant anatomy.

Pros:

Quality and sharp illustrations
Affordable price
A high-quality paper (markers applicable)

Cons:

Lacking introductory information
Some species presented more than others

Buyer’s info:

There are 264 pages of fun and educating material. The price for a paperback version is $14.50.

Animals Anatomy Coloring Book

It’s an anatomy book that covers common species such as cat, horse and pig, and other not-so-common ones like elephant, duck, fish, camel, bear etc.

Pros:

Good for young children
Some exotic animals included

Cons:

Poor labeling
No educational purpose
Poorly drawn pictures

Buyer’s info:

Independently published coloring book consisted of 44 pages available for $7.99. 

Horse Anatomy: A Coloring Atlas, 2nd Edition

A coloring atlas focused on horse anatomy that is a pleasant learning tool for veterinary students, horse trainers, and breeder and all people interested in horses. The accurate illustrations of the body parts and the organs are accompanied by short descriptions.

Pros:

A helpful addition to college course material
Easy to read info
Detailed pictures

Cons:

Lacking important detail
Only good for introductory education

Buyer’s info:

For the price of $25-$32, you get 190 pages of the Coloring Atlases 2nd edition. There is a paperback version, spiral bound version and there is an option to purchase already used books.

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