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on 28 July 2017
Very good condition
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on 9 November 2000
This book is even better than tales from animal hospital, because it also gives you a view of how things change over the year. This book not only provides you with stories about all the animals that turn up at the Harmsworth, but also tells about what it's like to be a vet, and the problems which come with it. Starts with January, which means all the animals who have fallen ill over Christmas, some of the things which happen you would hardly believe. And when were off on summer holidays, the vets are there taking in the summer casualties, flees, heatsroke, etc. Then at christmas its out on call all of Christmas day. Once again some of these stories may be remebered from the series.
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on 29 March 2011
I ordered this book on the understanding that the condition was "Good". When it arrived it is in terrible condition,badly yellowed, dog eared and to add insult to injuury there is a charity price on the inside cover of 75p and I paid twice as much. Whilst this is no great shakes money wise it does disappoint me that I could have gone to a charity shop and paid half price for it and the money would have gone to a good cause. I don't expect great quality for such a cheap price but the description of the book could have been a little more honest.
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on 21 February 2005
This is an amazing book for anyone who wants to be a vet or just loves animals! it is a super read and if you are into animals then this is the book for you!
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on 25 September 1999
David Grant I think shows that he became a vet because of his love for animals. He may not be the words best authur but at least you can tell from this book that he has a true knowledge of the needs of the animals he comes in contact with. The words he uses shows feeling to wards the sick or injured animals and not that it is just a proffession which is seen quite often with veterinarians and doctors alike. A true animals lover is our David . keep up the good work mate
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on 23 April 1999
David Grant is obviously no James Heriot. His book is too matter of a fact ie, patients arrive ill, get diagnosed, treated and then leave. If it wasn't for the animal content (which always appeals) David's book would be a total flop. Sorry David but don't give up the day job.
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