Tails of the City: Confessions of a Manhattan Pet Vet
Whether a dog, cat, horse, or bird, a pet is a wonderful source of companionship. In Tails of the City, New York City veterinarian Tom DeVincentis reveals his observations on the amazing bonds forged between his furry and feathered patients and their owners. DeVincentis also shares personal stories about the pets he has loved over the years. Often humorous but always sincere, every tale is a heart-warming lesson on how to love unconditionally.
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