If you’re an author, have written a book about veterinary medicine and are looking for publishers for your book, this post will help you. Below we’ve featured 17 top veterinary book publishers.
With offices in the US such as Berkeley, California, and Cambridge, Massachusetts, and around the world Elsevier is undoubtedly one of the most respected publishers of scholarly knowledge. Established back in 1880, its books have improved humanity’s understanding of science.
Elsevier has everything from health and humanities to physical sciences and health sciences.
In the field of life sciences, particularly in veterinary medicine, you’ll find the fourth edition of Marianne Tear’s Small Animal Surgical Nursing, which includes almost 500 full-color images and detailed steps on pain management and surgical tools.
Likewise, John S. Mattoon’s Small Animal Diagnostic Ultrasound features comprehensive information on internal medicine. It has dedicated sections for body parts such as adrenal glands, gastrointestinal tract, thorax, and the musculoskeletal system.
If you want your veterinary manuscript to be part of the renowned Elsevier, check its page for authors to see the general writing rules and a link to the submission process.
Similar to Elsevier, Wiley is a global leader when it comes to publishing scientific and academic material. Headquartered in Hoboken, New Jersey, with offices in Canada, UK, and Australia as well, Wiley has been around for 200 years to guide professionals and educators alike.
Whether it’s a printed book or an ebook, Wiley will always provide a wide array of veterinary books. For example, the publisher has Clinical Guide to Fish Medicine, a 2021 title edited by Catherine Hadfield and Leigh Clayton.
Wiley also has Zoo and Wild Animal Dentistry. Edited by Peter P. Emily and Edward R. Eisner, it has clear information about endodontics and even tusk therapy.
Before sending your work, you must first read the publisher’s proposal checklist and answer questions. Once you’ve read everything, go to the manuscript submission page. If the project editor doesn’t ask for one, then you don’t need to send a physical copy.
For over 125 years, Thieme has strived to publish the best and most valuable books for learners and professionals in the medical industry. Each year, the publisher releases 70 new books and twice the number of journals.
Thieme has an office in New York, New York City, and remains a family-owned and managed company to this day.
If you need an introduction to dentistry for common pets, I recommend Thieme’s Atlas of Dentistry in Cats and Dogs, which was authored by Markus Eickhoff and released in 2020. Another book released in the same year is Veterinary Anatomy of Domestic Animals by Horst Erich König and Hans-Georg Liebich.
For anyone interested in submitting their manuscript, they should look at the section for authors, which includes a checklist, request form, and a list of Thieme’s authors and their interviews. Similarly, they can head to the book proposals page.
Apart from Wiley and Elsevier, Routledge and CRC Press are huge publishers of scientific and academic material and are under Taylor & Francis, which has offices in London, UK, and Boca Raton, Florida, US.
Routledge was launched in 1836 and has timeless authors like Albert Einstein and Ludwig Wittgenstein. On the other hand, CRC Press has always been key to understanding scientific and medical matters.
In April 2021, Routledge & CRC Press released Kendal Shepherd’s Demystifying Dog Behaviour for the Veterinarian, which is solid reference material for understanding canines.
Back in September last year, they released the second edition of Infectious Diseases and Pathology of Reptiles by Elliott R. Jacobson and Michael M. Garner.
Many writers aspire to be published under Routledge & CRC Press. To ensure your material becomes considered, read the entire book proposal process. Then, you have to find the appropriate editor for your work, which you can find here. Lastly, view the publishing guidelines and documents.
CABI isn’t known by the public as well as the first four publishers, but it’s an essential resource for people who devote their lives to environmental sustainability and agriculture.
Headquartered in Wallingford, UK, the international organization has 50 member nations and hopes to solve many of the world’s problems. And since animals are an integral part of nature, CABI releases many veterinary titles.
One upcoming book is An Introduction to Pet Dental Care for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses by Kathy Istace. There’s also Manual of Animal Andrology, which was edited by Peter J. Chenoweth and Steven P. Lorton. Both books have a December 2021 release date.
Like other publishers, CABI has specific guidelines for interested authors. The aforementioned link has information regarding references, copyrights, and new editions.
If you already have a proposal in mind, head to the submission proposal page for the form and list of editors.
Headquartered in Hauppauge, New York, Nova Science Publishers is one of the foremost publishers in science, technology, and medicine. The late Frank Columbus established the company in 1985, and it’s now managed by his wife, Nadya Columbus.
From books to journals, Nova Science Publishers has around 1,800 new titles annually. One new book is Combating Canine Cancers with Phytochemicals by Katrin Sak.
Similarly, you should browse Studies of Bubalus bubalis and their Behaviors by Hugh Louineaux if you want to learn about the domestic water buffalo.
Nova Science Publishers is currently accepting submissions from writers. The author’s central section will tell you all about manuscript requirements and necessary forms. You can then go to the book submission page. However, your work is only eligible for a digital release if it has less than 35,000 words.
Springer has many offices in the US such as New York, New York City, and San Francisco, California. It was launched in 1842 and is now part of Spring Nature, which also includes Macmillan and Nature. Thus, the global company has three brands that have been around since the 19th century.
The publisher boasts well-researched and impressively detailed veterinary books. A couple of these are Electroporation in Veterinary Oncology Practice and Stem Cells in Veterinary Science. The first was edited by Joseph A. Impellizeri while the second book has Ratan Kumar Choudhary and Shanti Choudhary as its editors.
Now, the first step in having your work published by Springer is to browse the page for aspiring Springer authors. Next, find the right publishing editor to contact from the online list. From there, return to the page for book authors and check the left section for more information on the publication journey.
8. IGI Global
Research has always been the top priority of IGI Global, which is why it connects with leading scientific institutions like the University of Oxford and Stanford University. It’s located in Hershey, Pennsylvania, and was established by Dr. Medhi Khosrow-Pour in 1988.
As it continues its mission of publishing trustworthy texts that help societal progress, IGI Global now has books for topics such as medicine and the humanities.
In the field of veterinary science, the publisher has Veterinary Science: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice by the Information Resources Management Association and Combating and Controlling Nagana and Tick-Borne Diseases in Livestock by Caleb Oburu Orenge.
IGI Global has a book proposal submission page where you can fill in details as a guest or by logging in to your account. Prepare your synopsis, list of covered topics, and the type of book your work will take form in.
Situated in Clayton, Melbourne, Australia, CSIRO Publishing is the independent publishing component of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization. It works on not only books but also journals, blogs, and even a children’s science magazine.
The portfolio of CSIRO Publishing has agriculture and animal science, among many others. Thus, you will find Medicine of Australian Mammals by Larry Vogelnest and Rupert Woods, and Radiology of Australian Mammals by Larry Vogelnest and Graeme Allan here.
For details on getting your work published, browse the general information page to understand what the organization is currently looking for. Proposals about veterinary science fit the criteria since it’s searching for scholarly and scientific material.
Finally, visit the proposal preparation section for the email and required form. You might have to wait for three months before knowing the results.
The Oxford University Press at Oxford, UK, is considered the global leader among university presses. Educators and researchers alike can always rely on this publisher for groundbreaking scientific material.
Since Oxford University Press wants knowledge to be widely accessible, its works are available in more than 40 languages.
One of its veterinary publications is Veterinary Pharmaceuticals in the Environment. Its editors are Keri Henderson and Joel Coats. Likewise, folks will enjoy reading Anne McCabe’s A Byzantine Encyclopaedia of Horse Medicine, which offers a historical look into the relationship between horses and humans.
The Oxford University Press has guidelines for writers who want to send a proposal. It doesn’t currently accept unsolicited manuscripts, so ensure that you have an agent to submit your work for you. Read the page for proposal submissions for further details.
Located in Athens, Ohio, the Ohio University Press is the state’s oldest publisher of scientific, scholarly materials.
It was established in 1947 and has since covered a wide variety of topics, especially about Southeast Asia and Africa, among other regions.
The Ohio University Press releases around 50 new titles each year. Two of its veterinary books are Mad Dogs and Meerkats: A History of Resurgent Rabies in Southern Africa by Karen Brown and Healing the Herds, which had Karen Brown and Daniel Gilfoyle as its editors.
Before sending a manuscript, you must first give a proposal. It should contain a table of contents, one or two chapters, and a few other details. Only when an editor asks for your manuscript should you send it — and you need to follow the manuscript guidelines.
Storey Publishing had its origins back in 1983 when John and Martha Story acquired the publishing unit of a company known for its gardening equipment. Since then, Storey Publishing has moved from Pownal, Vermont to North Adams, Massachusetts while retaining its core appeal.
The company publishes titles that are all about how people can live better in accordance with nature and the environment.
Thus, it has books like the fourth edition of Storey’s Guide to Raising Poultry by Glenn Drowns, and The Cattle Health Handbook by Heather Smith Thomas.
If you have written something that will help people learn more about animals or nature, go to the book proposal page to see what your submission should contain and which acquiring editor should see your work.
Trafalgar Square Books is located in North Pomfret, Vermont. It’s a small publisher that’s always searching for high-quality materials about horses and horse riding.
Caroline and Ted Robbins own the company and have maintained operations in the same property since the 1970s.
Veterinarians and veterinary technicians who specifically work on equines should look into its portfolio for books like Horse Brain, Human Brain: The Neuroscience of Horsemanship by Janet Jones, PhD, Physical Therapy for Horses by Helle Kleven, and The Essential Hoof Book by Susan Kauffmann.
Trafalgar Square Books is currently accepting unsolicited proposals and manuscripts. You should have sample chapters and outline ready, among others. Check the submissions section for more information.
Like the Oxford University Press, the Cambridge University Press is a prestigious publisher of scholarly works. It began in 1534 and now has more than 50 global locations while remaining headquartered in Cambridge, UK.
One of its remarkable veterinary titles is Giant Pandas: Biology, Veterinary Medicine and Management, which was edited by David E. Wildt, Anju Zhang, Hemin Zhang, Donald L. Janssen, and Susie Ellis.
Moreover, you’ll like Clinicopathologic Principles for Veterinary Medicine by Wayne F. Robinson and Clive R. R. Huxtable.
The Cambridge University Press is accepting book proposals. Go to this page and scroll down to find a link to the PDF file for proposal submissions.
Cornell University Press in Ithaca, New York, was founded in 1869. It has always adhered to providing essential and practical information. From anthropology to geography, the publisher has a superb set of non-fiction topics.
Two of its books that will intrigue veterinary professionals are Nutritional Ecology of the Ruminant by Peter J. Van Soest and The Beekeeper’s Handbook by Diana Sammataro and Alphonse Avitabile.
If Trafalgar Square Books prioritized horses, then Dogwise Publishing in Wenatchee, Washington, is all about canines. Founded in 2001, many of its published books have received recognition from the Dog Writers Association of America.
Tim Lewis’s Biology of Dogs: From Gonads Through Guts To Ganglia and Myra Savant-Harris’s Advanced Canine Reproduction and Puppy Care are just a couple of its impressive titles concerning the health and maintenance of dogs.
Dogwise Publishing is looking for books about canine health care and nutrition. If you have one such veterinary manuscript ready, check the submission guidelines, which include a link to a document on pre-submission guidelines as well.
Finally, Cengage is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, and has offices in Australia and the UK too. Its books are available in over 125 countries and help everyone from professionals to university students.
One of its best books is the fourth edition of An Illustrated Guide to Veterinary Medical Terminology by Janet Amundson Romich. Similarly, you will appreciate Veterinary Assisting Fundamentals & Applications by Beth Vanhorn and Robert Clark.
Cengage doesn’t prioritize titles in veterinary science, but you should definitely take your chances since they’ve previously published such books. Head to the proposal page for authors for more information.