This is a jovial, unassuming biography of the man who seems to have been the ""court veterinarian"" of England, having...

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This is a jovial, unassuming biography of the man who seems to have been the ""court veterinarian"" of England, having worked most of its winning kennels. He also enjoyed the reputation of possessing an almost supernatural touch with animals. After a childhood with repressive, restrictive parents, Lloyd-Jones opted for the animal kingdom, responded with unusual sensitivity to their needs and developed a highly successful practice. The reader will be easily guided by the author's bias toward all of his patients and this is a pleasant Noah's Ark-ive of anecdotes about his pets and their owners.

Pub Date: March 6, 1966

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Page Count: -

Publisher: John Day

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1966