Physiology of Domestic Animals is primarily targeted towards students of veterinary-, animal- and agricultural sciences, but it is also well suited for university courses in general and mammalian physiology. The textbook emphasizes functional aspects of physiology. The book contains more than 600 color illustrations, more than 3000 short, clarifying statements placed in the margin, about 2000 questions, and nearly 200 clinical examples. Physiology of Domestic animals is designed to help students develop the problem-solving skills that they will need in their future careers.
Physiology of Domestic Animals was first published in 2003, and the second edition was published in 2010. The third edition, published in August 2016, is comprehensively revised to encompass recent progress in domestic animal physiology.
Physiology of Domestic Animals is currently a recommended textbook for students of veterinary- and animal physiology at universities in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, England, Estonia, Finland, Grenada, India, Ireland, Norway, New Zealand, Scotland, Sweden, and US.