Ostriches with an attitude, dueling armadillos, troubled tomcats, cantankerous cows and racing mules - they're all here in the true-life stories behind the zany adventures and poignant moments that make up a career of veterinary medicine. In a diary-like narrative, Dr. David Carlton, a native Texan with an ongoing thirty-year practice in Dallas, gives readers an irresistible peek into his topsy-turvy life through stories of his escapades with an inimitable array of clients and their engaging pets. (The first of a five-book collection of down-home memoirs.)
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About the Author
David Carlton, D.V.M., received his Doctorate from Texas A&M, and, during the past three decades, has owned five veterinary hospitals. He writes articles on animal health care, and is a regular speaker for corporate groups, schools, and western events. He continues to practice as a surgeon and consultant for clinics in Dallas.