A New England Country Veterinarian: Memories and Musings

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AuthorHouse, Dec 1, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 214 pages
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Contents

Johns Colicky Mare
1
Back To The Drawing Board
15
Common Sense
29
XRays In The Field
43
Most Favorite Animals
57
Oops Or Ah Ha S
71
Horse Laugh
83
Breech
97
Sneak Attack
141
Do Animals Think
155
No Retirement
169
Dont Touch Me
179
Up To Date Rabies
197
Insurance Salesman
211
It All Washes Off
227
Contentment
243

Freds Old Wooden Barn
111
Horse Show Vet
127

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