Real People Don't Own Monkeys: And Other Stories of Pets, Their People, and the Vets who See it All

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Sourcebooks, 2002 - Nature - 248 pages
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This collection of strange but true stories evokes the hilarious, often poignant world of a veteran veterinarian. The reader gets a sneak-peak at the secret world of those staid-looking veterinary hospitals -- the joy, the grief and the catastrophes that no one ever mentions.

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Kiklevich is a clinical instructor at Washington State University Veterinary Hospital, where she practices clinical medicine and teaches veterinary students.

Austad is a professor of zoology at the University of Idaho where he studies animal behavior and the biology of aging.

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