What goes through a search engine's mind? Here is a mind map of the leywords linked to the term "animal" in the Credo database. See why it is so important to choose search terms carefully and use MESH terms and subject limiters when possible.
Typing the word "Veterinary" in the search box, prompts the search engine to look for terms that match.
Click on SOURCE TYPE AND MORE.
This is located in the LIMITER MARGIN (left side of page)
Limit your search to journals, magazines, reports and trade publications and CLICK APPLY
This example uses a DATE RANGE FILTER of 2001-present, the subject term "dogs" from the subject drop down, then selected "dogs" from MESH HEADINGS.
Now check DOG DISEASES and click APPLY.
The articles show the subject terms below the bibliographic information (title, author, date, etc.). Searching again with the subject terms dog diseases yields 99 articles. Limiting the date with the slider, we rlimit the number of articles to those in the last 8 years (2010 - 2018).