If you are a pet owner you go to a vet. Do you like your vet? Do you see passion in your vet?
I’ve known my vet since I was 7 weeks old. The vet office is not a place I like to visit but it is necessary for my health. I trust my vet as I feel the passion, love and care during my visits.
Kathryn Primm love for animals and passion to be a vet started at a young age. Kathryn fulfilled her passion to be a vet and loves it. Why? From the preface of her book she stated I love my job as a vet because “it is fun and worthwhile.”
Can your vet say the same thing? I’m sure mine would say the same thing.
Kathryn wrote Tennessee Tails: Pets and Their People to share how she became passionate to be a vet and stories of pets and their people she cared for.
If you are an animal lover, Kathryn’s book will touch your soul. Each story she shared will make you smile, laugh, and cry (which mostly for a good reason). Three stories entitled Jackpot, Baby Daddy and Manning Up were our favorite chapters to read. Love the way Kathryn titled her book chapters. It makes you wonder and curious before reading the story.
Kathryn truly loves animals and her calling to care for pets are heartfelt in the stories she shared in her book Tennessee Tails. I give Kathryn’s book 4 Golden Paws. If you are looking for an easy PAWsome weekend book to read, I recommend Tennessee Tails.
For sure next time you visit your vet, it will make you wonder if she/he feels the same way as Kathryn’s love for animals and passion for his/her profession.
Disclaimer: Golden Woofs:Sugar The Golden Retriever received a copy of Tennessee Tails in exchange for a review post. We were not compensated for this book review post.
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