101 Tails of a House Call Veterinarian
If you have ever wondered how veterinarians interact with your pets, follow the travels of a house call practitioner as she visits them in their own environment. In 101 ‘Tails’ of a House Call Veterinarian, see how Dr. K. puts them at ease, so that a cat visits the food dish shortly after being examined, and a dog simply wants more attention. But along the way, Dr. K. finds herself in many funny, precarious, and sad situations.
This book captures some of her experiences working with companion animals, from Abysinnian cats to zebra finches.
“Finding a good vet is difficult. Finding a great vet who makes house calls is also difficult. But finding a great vet who makes house calls and whom your animal actually trusts … wow, that’s golden! … Dr. Faith happens to be one of the smartest women I’ve met. You will get a feel for who she is when you read her book.” —Whoopie Goldberg
About the Author
Dr. Krausman received her veterinary degree from Cornell University. She lives in New Jersey where she practices veterinary medicine, working at the Maywood Veterinary Clinic and doing house calls. When she is not doing that you will usually find her playing her saxophone or hiking. She also loves spending time with her family and, of course, her pets.