Tennessee Tails: Pets and Their People

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Tennessee Tails: Pets and Their People

Tennessee Tails Pets and Their People Can you believe that really happened Do you want to renew your amazement at how pets enrich our lives Was recognized Runner Up in Memoirs category for Animals Animals Animals Book Festival and

  • Title: Tennessee Tails: Pets and Their People
  • Author: Kathryn Primm
  • ISBN: 9781484906149
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Paperback
  • Can you believe that really happened Do you want to renew your amazement at how pets enrich our lives Was recognized Runner Up in Memoirs category for Animals, Animals, Animals Book Festival 2013 and Honorable Mention in London Book Festival too This memoir is a privileged glimpse into the life of a charismatic and skilled veterinarian Personal and medical details paintCan you believe that really happened Do you want to renew your amazement at how pets enrich our lives Was recognized Runner Up in Memoirs category for Animals, Animals, Animals Book Festival 2013 and Honorable Mention in London Book Festival too This memoir is a privileged glimpse into the life of a charismatic and skilled veterinarian Personal and medical details paint a charming picture of the author s love for her patients, respect for their owners and dedication to her profession America s Veterinarian, Dr Marty Becker says, Animal lovers will love this book.

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    1. Cyndie on said:

      An excellent little book filled with simple, heartwarming stories that will be familiar to veterinary staff member and insightful for pet lovers. Dr. Primm isn't afraid to show the heartbreaking as well as the uplifting moments in veterinary medicine. Plus, she does it in a way that pays homage pet owners who cherish their furry family members but also cautions them against some dangers their pets may face. If that wasn't enough, the proceeds from the books sale go toward a worthy cause.

    2. C.M. Truxler on said:

      Tennessee Tails Leaves Them Wagging Tennessee Tails Pets and Their People by Kathryn Primm, DVM (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine) is a work that animal lovers and pet owners alike will cherish. This endearing memoire gives a much-needed glimpse into the lives and experiences endowing a veterinary clinic. Primm’s book is an easy, but emotional read. Readers will laugh aloud one minute and be in tears the next. The main thing that bridges the gap between reader and author with this work, besides t [...]

    3. Susan on said:

      Tennessee Tails is a series of short stories about events that really happened in the author's veterinary practice. How many times have you wondered about the stories your vet could tell about his pet patients and their people? Well, here is a behind the scenes peek.Obviously told from the heart, Tennessee Tails is charming and often humorous. Primm writes in a chatty, personal style. Almost immediately, you'll feel you're having a conversation with a friend.The stories are fairly evenly divided [...]

    4. LeeAnn on said:

      I thoroughly enjoyed this short glimpses into the author's life as a vet! I received this great little book through a GoodReads Giveaway, and I'm so glad I did. Each chapter is a story in itself, and each story works together to give the reader a complete picture of Dr. Primm. I especially love how each one of the animals becomes a character all their own; and why not? After all, that's the reason Dr. Primm became a vet in the first place! I think my favorite is the story of Merlin, but I imagin [...]

    5. Shirley on said:

      What a wonderful book!I just happened to start reading this the night before a person came into our home and said, "What's wrong with that dog. It looks pitiful. Is it all wet?" Yes, my eleven-year-old Golden Retriever is a little labored as he tries to stand with osteoarthritis in his back leg due to an injury when he was young before we became his forever home. Yes, he was wet! He spends a little time resting in his wading pool morning and evening in this sweltering summer heat. Most of his ti [...]

    6. Cindy Phillips on said:

      Very interesting.Enjoyed reading about this veterinarian and the everyday life of a vet. If you like stories about animals, you'll like this book.

    7. Brendan Howard on said:

      A short, good read, with a handful of authentic laughs laughed and cries with tears. Good stuff. An excellent addition to the library of veterinary memoirs. (Full disclosure: Kat is my friend.)

    8. Teresa Lavoie on said:

      Quick readI thought this book was well written and interesting. Read this before going to sleep and finished it in an hour.

    9. Clare O'Beara on said:

      I always like to read memoirs of vets and this one is set in a country area where snakes and other wildlife can interfere with the smooth pet ownership of the people. Kathryn had an early love of horses and from this moved to training as a vet, then opening a small animal practice in a purpose built building. Her day to day work included the usual spaying and neutering but also more serious cases. She was determined to do the best she could to help animals and their owners. The nature of this jo [...]

    10. Michele on said:

      This book is not what you would normally expect when you consider the author is a veterinarian. What it is--the heart warming and sometimes heartbreaking stories of some of her patients and their owners. The pets and people's identities are fictitious, not so the stories. Katherine Primm is not only a caring vet and human being-she is a great writer who will immerse you in these stories involving you and drawing you right in to the laughter and predicaments only a person who owns a pet will trul [...]

    11. Te Gobble on said:

      If you're looking for a easy to read book to curl up with for an afternoon or two, this is a great choice. Sadly, I had never heard of the book until I received this as a Christmas present. My friend had preread it. Ha It will make you laugh and cry. The author's care and love of her clients and their pets is evident. She tells stories from her own life as well. The only downside I seen was that it wasn't longer. It reminds me of the James Herriot books I love. I hadn't even finished it when I p [...]

    12. loretta ann thomas-brisbon on said:

      This is a great book!Whether you're a pet owner/lover, or just a pet lover you will enjoy the stories contained in this book. I especially enjoyed the resolution to the mysterious ailments of the poor little "mean spirited" Chihuahua!From the beginning to the end, Dr. Primm kept me entertained, involved, as well as, informed.I thank God that the good Dr. recovered, and is practicing once again! She and her family were very blessed!I eagerly look forward to the next installment of anecdotes!

    13. Sue Eckel on said:

      Great animal tales!Interesting stories from a veterinarian who loves animals and tells us a little something of their personalities as well as their treatments. Good read for animal lovers!

    14. Rebecca Strickland on said:

      WonderfulAmusing and funny but down to earth about the everyday life of a female veterinarian and some of her patients and own pets. It was hard to put this down once I began to read it.I wish it were longer.

    15. Eileen E Cartwright on said:

      Good readI enjoyed this book. I liked the collection of short tales about the author's experiences as a vet. They were amusing, touching and sometimes required kleenex

    16. Charlene on said:

      I want to read a sequel of this wonderful book.Great stories by a wonderful veterinarian. I hope she continues to write and chronicles her adventures as a small animal vet.

    17. Cheryl A. Breidigan on said:

      Quick ReadLove all books that are animal related and this one was no exception. Very interesting with a really good mix of individual stories.

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