This is an exclusive and comprehensive monograph on wounds, wounding and wound management. The causes and effects of wounds; as well as the classification of different types of wounds with illustrative pictures were identified. The book mentioned conventional wound management, taking cognizance of aesthetic and cosmetic appearance of domestic animals, vis-a-vis consideration of economic importance of animal skin. The uses of honey as an alternative, potent therapeutic agent, as well as the sources and history of its uses as a nutraceutical and medicinal ointment were discussed. The book highlighted the composition, physicochemical properties, physiological values and therapeutic uses of honey in management of wounds in laboratory and domestic animals. Wound management techniques and prerequisite procedures, including a complete scheme of handling wounds in animals were extensively discussed. The principle of wound healing and method of evaluation were mentioned. The factors affecting wound healing with their clinical significance were highlighted. The indication for and uses of honey dressings and their application were also discussed with supportive illustrations.