Laura C. Lefkowitz

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" Thank you Michele for that thoughtful review. Your words truly meant so much to me because I think you very elegantly expressed exactly what I would l ...more "
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"Insightful reading

There is no substitute for reality and this book pulls back the curtain to what human pet owners likely don’t think about as often as they should. We often get caught up in our own drama and have no idea of what is needed because we" Read more of this review »
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“I wanted them to see how veterinarians, who are not given any special training in grief or trauma counseling, deal with extreme emotions and situations at a frequency and intensity that few other professions in the world ever have to do.”
Laura C. Lefkowitz, Bite Me: Tell-All Tales of an Emergency Veterinarian

“I’ve always thought that every person who chooses to breed their pet, intentionally or not, should spend one day in a humane shelter helping to euthanize the animals who are out of time. That might cure their need to have a litter because it is “such a good dog,” or because they want their children to experience the birthing process, or because their pet is papered, or because they want a little extra pocket money. Being sweet or loving or gentle are not good enough reasons to breed a dog. Perhaps witnessing the endless number of animals who are euthanized, many who are registered or papered or who once had loving homes, will cure their need to bring more animals into this overpopulated world.”
Laura C. Lefkowitz, Bite Me: Tell-All Tales of an Emergency Veterinarian

“My daily work can also involve doing some of the most vile and disgusting things imaginable, things that I am usually hoping no one I know well will ever find out about.”
Laura C. Lefkowitz, Bite Me: Tell-All Tales of an Emergency Veterinarian

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1. The right to not read

2. The right to skip pages

3. The right to not finish

4. The right to reread

5. The right to read anything

6. The right to escapism

7. The right to read anywhere

8. The right to browse

9. The right to read out loud

10. The right to not defend your tastes”
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We read books about all types animals, reptiles, sea life, birds, and insects. Also, any book with these as a second main character. The book that c ...more



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