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Warm Hearts for Cold Noses: Unusual Tails of a Young Veterinarian

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  • Title: Warm Hearts for Cold Noses: Unusual Tails of a Young Veterinarian
  • Author: Edward R. Dionne Jr.
  • ISBN: 9781482538137
  • Page: 365
  • Format: Paperback
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    About "Edward R. Dionne Jr."

    1. Edward R. Dionne Jr.

      Having been an animal lover since he was very young and wanting to be an animal doctor from the age of seven, Edward Dionne was one of those fortunate few who had a goal as to one s vocation as an adult After graduating from Binghamton Central High School in New York in 1961, he attended the Pennsylvania State University and majored in Pre Veterinary Medicine He was admitted to the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1964, and graduated cum laude in 1968 with a Veterinary Medical Doctor degree His first place of employment was with Somerset Veterinary Group in Somerville, New Jersey He furthered his education at the Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania, on a post doctoral fellowship Later, he opened his own small animal practice, Blue Ridge Veterinary Clinic in Walnutport, Pennsylvania He and his wife Tina have three children Edward Dionne III, Terri Dennis and Michelle Dionne, and five grandchildren Desiree, Emily, Zachary, Kestrel and Aziza After retiring, they now reside in Boalsburg, Pennsylvania, near Penn State They have been involved in numerous volunteer activities including Special Olympics and Heifer Project International.

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    1. If you like the James Herriot stories, you will love this book.It is a delightful collection of stories from the author’s early career as Veterinarian in suburban Pennsylvania. As with the Herriot stories, the human characters he encounters are as quirky and fascinating, and as well described as the animal patients. The author has a warm and accessible writing style, which fits his subjects perfectly. Reflecting the composition of his practice, dog stories predominate; but cats, a turtle, a fa [...]



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