Scouting Around the Veterinary Hospital from a Dog’s-Eye View: Celebrating 100 Years of the Texas A & M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
Added on August 10, 2015
Author Marilyn Sebesta
Published June 9, 2015
File Size 12.02 MB
Scouting Around the Veterinary Hospital from a Dogs-Eye View: Celebrating 100 Years of the Texas A and M University College of Veterinary science/">Medicine and Biomedical Sciences 12.02 MB - Scout, the loveable Labrador, is excited to introduce you to the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital at Texas AandM University. Along the way, she shares information about this unique, world-class veterinary hospital, along with details on the school and on special Aggie traditions. Scout explains the many reasons that she loves going to the Veterinarian at Texas AandM. From start to finish, these veterinarians treat their patients right. The hospital has all kinds of specialists and is open twenty-four hours a day. Taking care of both pets and wild animals—critters large and small—this school and its graduates make life better for the entire animal kingdom! Whats more, its part of a great school with many wonderful and fun traditions. This illustrated tour from a dogs point of view celebrates one hundred years of the Texas AandM College of Veterinary science/">Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. Proceeds from this book will go to the Save the Animal Fund... at the Small Animal Hospital. Do you want to download or read a ebook? It is available in PDF or epub format in the source
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