Update – Coated With Fur: A Vet’s Life

Many people have been kind enough to ask how the book is going so here is a quick update.  The process has been most gratifying.  To hear the joy the book is bringing to animal lovers is both a thrill and a relief! 

  • The first request by a reviewer came from New Zealand
  • Changing Hands Bookstore in Arizona named it a “Staff Pick”
  • My first evening with a book club was wonderfully fun and they asked great questions
  • An excellent blog on Minnesota Authors highlighted the book – check out www.readingminnesota.blogspot.com

Every reader I’ve heard from has been so kind and gracious.  Thank you!

Just a quick reminder about bee stings.  Tonight right before the doors closed at 6:00pm, a five month old puppy was raced into the clinic in the arms of a terribly concerned owner.  The puppy suffered an allergic reaction to a bee sting.  Please talk to your veterinarian before a crisis develops to determine the appropriate amount of diphenhydramine (Benadryl) for your dog.  Bee stings can be deadly.  This puppy came close to dying but I am delighted to say, made a full recovery through the joint blessings of a great team of veterinary technicians and effective pharmaceuticals.    

     

Published by kristennelsondvm

Dr. Kristen Nelson grew up on a farm in Watertown, Minn., where she developed a deep love for animals of all kinds. She received a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Minnesota, College of Veterinary Medicine. Kris then completed a small-animal internship at the prestigious Animal Medical Center in New York City. In addition to writing and speaking, she cares for small and exotic animals in Scottsdale, Az. Dr. Nelson is widely quoted in the media. Her credits include Ladies’ Home Journal, USA TODAY, the Los Angeles Times and numerous radio and television interviews. Dr. Nelson has written two books, Coated With Fur: A Vet’s Life and Coated With Fur: A Blind Cat’s Love. Kris and her husband Steve share their home with rescued cats, birds and a dog.

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