How Animals Saved My Life: Being the Supervet (Paperback)Noel Fitzpatrick (author)
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THE MASSIVE NUMBER 1 SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER
It has been 30 years since Noel Fitzpatrick graduated as a veterinary surgeon, and that 22-year-old from Ballyfin, Ireland, is now one of the leading veterinary surgeons in the world. The journey to that point has seen Noel treat thousands of animals - many of whom were thought to be beyond help - animals that have changed his life, and the lives of those around them, for the better.
If the No.1 Sunday Times bestseller Listening to the Animals was about Noel's path to becoming The Supervet, then How Animals Saved My Life is about what it's like to actually be The Supervet. Noel shares the moving and often funny stories of the animals he's treated and the unique 'animal people' he has met along the way. He reflects on the valuable lessons of Integrity, Care, Love and Hope that they have taught him - lessons that have sustained him through the unbelievable highs and crushing lows of a profession where lives are quite literally at stake.
As Noel explores what makes us connect with animals so deeply, we meet Peanut, the world's first cat with two front bionic limbs; eight-year-old therapy dachschund Olive; Odin, a gorgeous five-year-old Dobermann, who would prove to be one of Noel's most challenging cases - and of course his beloved companions Ricochet, the Maine Coon, and Keira, the scruffy Border terrier who is always by his side.
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
Number of pages: 448
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm
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Noel's book was not only very touching, But also gave me inspiration on how to change my own mind set, very insightful.
“Snuggle down with this book whilst in lockdown”
I could not wait to collect Noel,s second book from my lovely local Waterstones.
And I was not disappointed, so beautifully written, down to earth, I picture him in the situations he talks about in the book, I... More
“A Wonderful Insight”
I did not think a second book would be even better than Noels first but I was mistaken. A wonderfully written and very compassionate, honest book. It is a wonderful insight into the incredible vet himself.
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