Tell Me where it Hurts: A Day of Humour, Healing and Hope in My Life as an Animal Surgeon

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Hachette Australia, 2009 - Veterinarians - 286 pages
Part ER, part Dog Whisperer, and part House, this heartfelt and candid book shows that while the technology has changed since James Herriot s day, the humanity and compassion remains unchanged. From the front lines of modern medicine, TELL ME WHERE IT HUR

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User Review  - LSmith862 - LibraryThing

This was an enjoyable book, easy to read with compelling stories and good case files. The format of creating a day in the life was a creative way to approach the genre. A good book for animal lovers who are interested in the world of veterinary medicine. Read full review

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User Review  - Iambookish - LibraryThing

I have to say it, I love this vet/author and I wish he could doctor my animals! If you've every had an animal you will love reading Dr. Trout's stories from the trenches. He is LOL funny. He even has a great fiction series I highly recommend. Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Nick Trout graduated from veterinary school at the University of Cambridge in 1989. He is a Diplomate of the American and European Colleges of Veterinary Surgeons and is a staff surgeon at the prestigious Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston. He is the author of three non-fiction books, the New York Times bestseller, Tell Me Where It Hurts, Love is the Best Medicine, and Ever By My Side. His first novel, The Patron Saint of Lost Dogs became a Boston Globe bestseller and a bestseller in Australia. He writes the Second Opinion column for The Bark magazine and his latest book, Dog Gone, Back Soon, the second in the Bedside Manor series, was published by Hyperion, in 2014. Nick┐s writing has been translated into over a dozen languages and his books sell in more than thirty different countries around the world.

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