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There are four modern series of VCNA: Small Animal Practice (referred to as the "original series" before 1979), Food Animal Practice (called Large Animal Practice before 1985), Exotic Animal Practice, and Equine Practice. Here is what we have for each series:
Print copies of the Vet Clinics of North America can be browsed in the library, checked out for two hours at a time, or copied/scanned on our copy machine.
This would be like standing in front of the whole series of Vet Clinics on the shelf and browsing through the books in the series.
The Vet Clinics of North America are listed in the library catalog by the title of the individual book, so if you know what broad topic you're looking for, you can try this method. This is a good way to look at an entire book in the series--and since the articles are grouped thematically into books, that might be useful to you to browse through.
Another method is to search at the article level using Scopus. This is how you could find a specific article within any volume (if you have a specific citation), or a list of specific articles across the entirety of all of the Vet Clinics series on a certain topic.