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Our blog is meant to evoke fun with the magic of myths, folklore, movies and the mayhem of murder and madness. We have to keep it interesting so if you like different genres of movies and books then you're at the right blog. Our authors are a wide range of experts and our readers know what is top of the line in their favorite genres. Sometimes we post recipes that might be fun to try if a culinary author has one in her book that we think is especially yummy or one that Terri and I have created and want to share with you. Enjoy Guest Blogger Alice Duncan's monthly muse on her books and writing mysteries.

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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Review: ER vets: Life in an Animal Emergency Room by Donna M Jackson

I never realized before how much our relationship towards animals has changed in such a relatively short time.  From just taking care of livestock which served a need to maintain the ability of people to work to today where we consider pets part of the family and will take necessary medical measures to ensure their health and well being.  ER vets and specialists are a relatively new 'thing'.  This book tells of the vets at a premier veterinary hospital in Colorado.  It tells of some of their success stories and some where they did their best.  It has sections defining the specialties involved and measures they take.  And it does it all in a lot of wonderful pictures.  It also has sections on how they help owners with their grief and what should be in your own pet first aid kid.

It is an interesting and informative read but more an overview than anything in depth.  But it is worth it for the pictures alone.

Terri

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