After practicing veterinary medicine for over thirty-eight years, Dr. Cohn has penned a moving memoir describing his adventures, as well as many of the lessons he's learned and taught. He portrays those who cherish their pets and others who merely tolerate them. Through anecdotes, pet histories, and unusual experiences, a comprehensive understanding can be gained about just what is good and what is bad for your pets. Dr. Cohn admits he's made mistakes and created successes; he's witnessed the light and dark sides of veterinary medicine. These memories are sandwiched between the incredible stories of his own family pets. Some of his stories may haunt you, some may tickle you, some might bring you to rage or tears-yet overall, these tales will leave you purring.
And in this memoir, the author's own pets interject their thoughts, concerns, and stories, in their own... paws.
Through an extended appendix, Dr. Cohn brings to life what's truly important in a pet's care; you can help save your pet's health and yourself money by understanding the sound advice the book reveals. Included are sneaky tips on how to brush your dog's teeth, how to prevent mats in a cat's fur, the horrors of some vaccinations, and how to know which are truly important for your pet to receive. Packed with insider revelations, this book answers questions that every pet-lover, or person aspiring to veterinary medicine, will appreciate knowing.
Share in the laughter and tears and learn more about pets as you enjoy every page.