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Nick Trout
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 the New York Times bestseller... show more
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 the New York Times bestseller Tell Me Where It Hurts, Love Is the Best Medicine, Ever By My Side, and The Patron Saint of Lost Dogs, and is a contributing columnist for The Bark magazine. He lives in Massachusetts with his wife, Kathy, and their adopted labradoodle, Thai. Visit Nick online at www.drnicktrout.com
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JL's Bibliomania
JL's Bibliomania rated it 6 years ago
My middle-school non-fiction reader with a fascination for cows loved it. I thought it was OK. Definitely not up to the standard set by James Herriot for veterinary memoirs, but few are.
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Blah, Blah, Blah, Book Blog rated it 7 years ago
I have to confess, I got this book by mistake. I picked it up on NetGalley thinking I would read it with my dog loving 10 year old, only to realize it was not a middle grade book. But the cover looked cute, and you know I’m a sucker for a nice-looking cover, especially when it has a pun for a title....
Books, Books and More Books
Books, Books and More Books rated it 7 years ago
DOG GONE, BACK SOON by Nick Trout If you like animals and are in need of a good laugh or two, DOG GONE, BACK SOON is just the book for you. The plot has enough twists to keep you guessing. The characters are likeable and clearly drawn. The animals, especially Stash, are quirky and entertaining. ...
"A Single Word ... "
"A Single Word ... " rated it 8 years ago
This story’s tone is reminiscing of Alf Wight’s “All Creatures Great & Small” series that he wrote under the pseudonym of James Herriot. And I say that with the highest regards from the fond memories of my childhood when I was sure to read the series at least once a year and glue myself to the TV w...
"A Single Word ... "
"A Single Word ... " rated it 8 years ago
This story’s tone is reminiscing of Alf Wight’s “All Creatures Great & Small” series that he wrote under the pseudonym of James Herriot. And I say that with the highest regards from the fond memories of my childhood when I was sure to read the series at least once a year and glue myself to the TV w...
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