A List of Books By or About Veterinarians for the Public
Books listed are held by the Veterinary Medical Library at Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN). Please consult your local library or bookstore in other locations.
All My Patients Kick and Bite
Call Number: SF745 .W465 2011 Veterinary Medical
Publication Date: 2011
In this second collection by our intrepid vet, Jeff Wells, has his work cut out for him when he learns that llamas do not take kindly to having their toenails trimmed, dog owners in the medical field can be a real pain, Scottish Highland cattle stick together and just might run a vet out of their enclosure, and fixing an overly amorous burro often needs to be prioritized.
Animal patients: 50 years in the life of an animal doctor.
Call Number: 636.089092 Sca63B 2000 Veterinary Medical
Ever by My Side
Call Number: SF613.T76 A3 2011 Veterinary Medical
In a perfect follow-up to his first two books, Nick Trout turns his lens inward and offers a funny, moving, and thoughtful memoir about the animals he's had all his life.
Every living thing
Call Number: 636.089092 H435B2 1992 Veterinary Medical
"James Herriot is the most beloved storyteller of our time." "Every Living Thing is his first new book of memoirs in over a decade, and from its opening pages our every expectation is fulfilled: We return in a twinkle to the green Yorkshire dales, to old friends and family, to that miraculous world of wonders great and small."--BOOK JACKET.
Fields and pastures new : my first year as a country vet
Call Number: 636.089092 M137B2 1995 Veterinary Medical
"Fields and Pastures New is the story of John McCormack's first days as a practicing veterinarian in Choctaw County, Alabama... With warmth and humor, McCormack does for the American South what James Herriot did for Yorkshire."--BOOK JACKET.
It really does happen to a vet!
Call Number: 636.089092 In4B 1999 Veterinary Medical
"Joe Inglis, star of BBC1's Vets in Practice, puts pen to paper in this highly amusing, down-to-earth account of his first year as a qualified vet."--BOOK JACKET.
No Dogs in Heaven?
Call Number: 636.089092 Sh235B 2005 Veterinary Medical
The real James Herriot : a memoir of my father
Call Number: 636.089092 H435B W639 2000 Veterinary Medical
"No one is better poised to write the biography of James Herriot than the son who worked alongside him in the Yorkshire veterinary practice when Herriot became an internationally bestselling author."--BOOK JACKET.
Vet behind the years : more tales from a country vet
Call Number: SF613.I54 A3 2010 Veterinary Medical
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