In a corner of the galaxy far far away, Dr. Cy Berger, operating the first interplanetary veterinary service, lands on Lupus IV where he and his crew are tasked with reversing a DNA defect that prevents young werewolves from shape-shifting like their parents. Since this problem was due to Cy's previous attempt to save the Lupan society from genetic extinction, he must shoulder the blame. If he fails to correct the defective gene in the offspring, the sentient race will turn feral, and he will be dog food.
About the Author
Dr. Stephen A. Benjamin was born and raised in New York City. He received his A.B. degree from Brandeis University, and his D.V.M. and Ph.D. degrees from Cornell University, and he’s a board-certified veterinary pathologist. He has been a university teacher, researcher, and administrator, and is currently Professor Emeritus at Colorado State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. His interests in human and animal health are reflected in most of his short stories and novels. He lives in Colorado with his wife and enjoys traveling, especially visiting his family, fishing, golf, skiing, cooking, and writing fiction.