Author Doug Rains’s new book “Being a Hometown Vet” is a compelling memoir that allows readers to glimpse the life of a dedicated veterinarian

Recent release “Being a Hometown Vet” from Page Publishing author Doug Rains shares excerpts from the journal of a veterinary general practitioner’s experiences of the happiness, sadness, and realities of being a veterinarian.

BOZEMAN, Mt., May 92022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Doug Rainswho has always considered Veterinary Medicine and Surgery not a career but a calling, has completed his new book “Being a Hometown Vet”: an engaging and insightful memoir that shares the meaning that can be found in veterinary medicine.

Author Doug Rains you introduce his work, writing, “Some people think that it doesn’t matter where you start, only where you end up. I happen to think that it is important to know where you came from so you can appreciate where you got to. It is also hugely important to have those people in your life who listen to you, direct you, educate you, and support you.”

Later in his work, he describes his experiences, writing, “A long time ago, in a land far away (at least it felt like another planet), I was in my second year of vet school, often considered the year of hell. As far as I understand, it’s the same in most other veterinary medical and surgery schools as there is sooooo much to learn and only so much time to teach the students the required subjects. the breaking point with twenty-three credit hours in the first semester and twenty-six credit hours during the second semester.This allows the academia requiring committee to cram in all the necessary and critical information you need to ply your calling as a vet as dictated by law. Even in the first week of the second year, the exams start. After that first week, there are never less than three exams a week, and sometimes five or even six exams in one week.”

Published by Page Publishing, Doug Rains’s inciteful work invites readers to gain a deeper understanding of the world of veterinary medicine from the perspective of someone with years of experience.

Readers who wish to experience this original work can purchase “Being a Hometown Vet” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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