No Dogs in Heaven?: Scene From the Life of a Country Veterinarian
2 journalers for this copy...
from friends of the library book cart
Journal Entry 2
Lansdale, Pennsylvania USA on Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Humorous memoirs of a large and small animal veterinarian in rural Ohio. Lots of interesting information about the animals he treats and the humans that are part and parcel of the package. Will be released in the wild animal book box
Journal Entry 3
-- By Hand or Post, Ray/ring, Rabck in Lansdale, Pennsylvania USA on Saturday, February 01, 2014
Released 4 yrs ago (2/8/2014 UTC) at -- By Hand or Post, Ray/ring, Rabck in Lansdale, Pennsylvania USA
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Adding to the Wild Thing Book box.
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Journal Entry 4
Miami, Florida USA on Wednesday, March 12, 2014
I aspired to be a vet when I was a kid, though I soon abandon the idea when I realize I have to dissect animals, as well as the cold reception from my parents. Doctor - great career. Vet - no. ("But mom, vets can kill their patients and not get sued!!)
Anyway, taking out of the box.
Journal Entry 5
Miami, Florida USA on Tuesday, November 06, 2018
I enjoy reading all the anecdotes the author regales in this book. There are great pet owners and heart-warming stories, and of course some that makes me feels mad. Overall, an easy, enjoyable read, that tells a city girl a bit more about lives in the countryside.
This book is now going into the animal bookbox.