Many books have been and being written for Veterinary Science, but there are a few books about Veterinarians and fewest of them gives chills. They all are available on major stores online and offline.Buckle Up for a ride full of adventure, which you dream of living or you are hustling to live.
“One glance at a book and you hear the voice of another person, perhaps someone dead for 1000 years. To read is to voyage through time”
- Leaders of the Pack: Women and the Future of Veterinary Medicine by Dr. Donald F. Smith & Julie Kumble.
- World Wild Vet: Encounters in the Animal Kingdom by Dr. Evan Antin
- The Elephant Whisperer by Lawrence Anthony and Graham Spence
- Wrestling with Rhinos: The adventures of a Glasgow Vet in Kenya by Jerry Haigh
- Alt-Vet: The revolutionary Pet Care and Longevity Solution by Dr. Mitsie Vargas
- The Complete Herbal Handbook: For Farm and Stable by Juliette de B. Levy
- The Cat: Clinical Medicine and Management by Susan Little
- The Business Side of Veterinary Medicine: What veterinary schools don’t teach you by M.Duffy Jones
- Head to Tail Wellness: Western Veterinary Medicine Meets Eastern Wisdom by Stacy Fuchino
- Placebos for Pets?: The truth about alternative medicine in Animals by Brennen Mckenzie
11. No Way to Treat a Friend by Niall Taylor and Alex Gough
12. The Feline Patient by Gary D. Norsworthy
13. How to Become a Veterinarian: What they do, How to Train, Daily life as a Vet, Is it really the right Career for you? by Dr. Susanna Lee
14. On Being a Veterinarian: What to Expect, How to prepare by April Kung
15. Five Minute Veterinary Consult: Canine Feline by Larry P. Tilley, Francis W.K. Smith Jr.
16. The Nature of Animal Healing: The Path to Your Pet’s Health, Happiness and Longevity by Martin Goldstein
17.Veterinary Herbal Medicine by Susan G. Wynn, Barbara Fougere
18.How to become an Equine Veterinarian: A Guide for Teens by Justin B. Long, Erica Lacher
19.The Treatment of Horses by Homoeopathy by George Macleod
20.Blue Juice: Euthanasia in Veterinary Medicine (Animal Culture and Society) by Patricia Morris
Diving into Practitioner's Life shows you a bigger picture of Do's & Don'ts. Reading these books will help you enjoy your work more and become an even better Veterinarian.
THE GEEK VETERINARIAN