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by Brian Blessed,Emma Milne

Category: Professionals and Academics
Subcategory: Memoris and Biographies
Author: Brian Blessed,Emma Milne
ISBN: 1849532133
ISBN13: 978-1849532136
Language: English
Publisher: Summersdale (May 1, 2013)
Pages: 320
Fb2 eBook: 1919 kb
ePub eBook: 1228 kb
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Milne was a newly minted veterinarian, yet already a veteran of the BBC series Vets School. When she was approached to be part of a new series, Vets in Practice, she happily agreed. What followed was an 11-part series of the popular program, the full tale of which Milne now reveals.

Milne was a newly minted veterinarian, yet already a veteran of the BBC series Vets School. Starting out in a mixed practice, where she saw farm animals as well as pets, Milne regales the reader with stories of lambing and the marvelous moment when she presented a poisonously sexist farmer with twin calves.

Emma Milne was one of said vets, who's marriage to and consequential separation from Joe Inglis was followed . If you are an animal fan, a Vets in Practice fan, or just fancy some amusing stories to brighten up your day, this will do the job!.

Emma Milne was one of said vets, who's marriage to and consequential separation from Joe Inglis was followed closely by the show (and I seem to remember broke my heart). This book tells stories from the beginning of her life as a qualified vet through to the present day. It's how you would predict it wo When I was ten, I was fascinated by the BBC documentary 'Vet School' that followed a group of final year vets at Bristol University.

Emma Milne tells of her early career as a vet in practice, in. .with a foreword by Brian Blessed. Boys and girls, ladies and gentlemen, I urge you to immerse yourself in this book and emerge at the end with every cell in your body happily changed! Introduction.

Emma Milne tells of her early career as a vet in practice, in a brilliantly honest and warm way, vividly recounting the ups and downs of the novice vet. A highly entertaining read coupled with the obvious passion that Emma has for her subject matter. James Herriot, in his country practice, would have much in common with this version of life as an animals' doctor.

Emma Milne On a crisp October morning in 1996, Emma Milne started her first job as a newly qualified vet, and now sh.

"That isn't my dog's head

On a crisp October morning in 1996, Emma Milne started her first job as a newly qualified vet, a career captured on camera for eleven series of television’s Vets in Practice. Now she tells the full story.

On a crisp October morning in 1996, Emma Milne started her first job as a newly qualified vet, a career captured on camera for eleven series of television’s Vets in Practice. We discover the numerous things that can get stuck in an animal’s stomach, how to stop a cow exploding, and – the biggest truth of all – that animals are easy to deal with in comparison to their owners.

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In 1996, Emma Milne started her first job as a newly qualified vet, a career captured on camera for television's Vets in.

In 1996, Emma Milne started her first job as a newly qualified vet, a career captured on camera for television's Vets in Practice.

Misty was ecstatic to see her owner but to the nurse's surprise her owner just stood there and said, & have you done with my dog's head?' &.I'm sorry,' replied the nurse, & do you mean?

Misty was ecstatic to see her owner but to the nurse's surprise her owner just stood there and said, & have you done with my dog's head?' &.I'm sorry,' replied the nurse, & do you mean? She's just been in for spaying. That isn't my dog's head. The rest of it is my dog but you've put a different head on i. On a crisp October morning in 1996, Emma Milne started her first job as a newly qualified vet, a career captured on camera for eleven series of television's Vets in Practice

Adventures of a Vet in Practice. On a crisp October morning in 1996, Emma Milne started her first job as a newly qualified vet, a career captured on camera for eleven series of television's Vets in Practice.

Adventures of a Vet in Practice. We discover the numerous things that can get stuck in an animal's stomach, how to stop a cow exploding, and – the biggest truth of all – that animals are easy to deal with in comparison to their owners.

James Herriot meets Bridget Jones in this honest, no-holds-barred account of the ups and downs of a vet's life

Misty was ecstatic to see her owner but to the nurse's surprise her owner just stood there and said, "What have you done with my dog’s head?" "I’m sorry," replied the nurse, "what do you mean? She’s just been in for spaying." "That isn’t my dog’s head. The rest of it is my dog but you’ve put a different head on it."

On a crisp October morning in 1996, Emma Milne started her first job as a newly qualified vet, and now she tells the full story. We discover the numerous things that can get stuck in an animal's stomach, how to stop a cow exploding, and—the biggest truth of all—that animals are easy to deal with in comparison to their owners. They say that truth is stranger than fiction, and these tales turn out to be stranger—and funnier—than you could ever have imagined.

Comments to eBook Tales from the Tail End: Adventures of a Vet in Practice
Kulwes
It's like the James Herriott books I so treasured as a young girl, with a feminist twist. There are loads of animal stories with just enough about the people to make it interesting. Really, really enjoyable read.
Akisame
Really enjoyed this hilarious and sometimes somber read. The author transported the reader into her world. Recommending to my Dad.
Kigabar
This book has a great balance of serious and hilarious. Also a great many truths. Not overly sentimental either. Really inspiring but not preachy.
Felolune
Real pet lovers and owners should enjoy this read. Gives an idea of caring for animals from the Doctors point of view.
Braendo
This is just entertaining. An easy read. Comical insights into the life of a country veterinarian.
Mr_Mix
A great light and fun read.
Mariwyn
I thought this was a great book. She has a nice way with words, and an interesting story to tell, a nice balance of animals (mostly) and what was going on in her life.
Very good read. Have a niece who is a vet and this book gave me an idea of what she goes through on a daily routine
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