The Early Years

The Early Years

Phoenix Sullivan / Feb 26, 2020

The Early Years Armed with the belief that simply loving animals would be enough to see her through high school college and eventually into veterinary medicine Phoenix is in for some rude surprises as she navigate

  • Title: The Early Years
  • Author: Phoenix Sullivan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Armed with the belief that simply loving animals would be enough to see her through high school, college, and eventually into veterinary medicine, Phoenix is in for some rude surprises as she navigates her way toward a career working with animals in The Early Years, the first installment of her VET TECH TALES series.From the dying finch found miraculously resurrected iArmed with the belief that simply loving animals would be enough to see her through high school, college, and eventually into veterinary medicine, Phoenix is in for some rude surprises as she navigates her way toward a career working with animals in The Early Years, the first installment of her VET TECH TALES series.From the dying finch found miraculously resurrected in a pet store to the diabetic poodle that gives its elderly owner a purpose in life to an embarrassing incident with a coyote, these engaging true tales reinforce how the animals we meet teach us the greatest lessons about what it means to be human.A charming coming of age story for anyone who s ever had a dream or a pet.

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    About "Phoenix Sullivan"

      • Phoenix Sullivan

        Over the years, Phoenix Sullivan s short stories have been published under her real name in various pro anthologies and magazines Marion Zimmer Bradley was her first editor In the corporate world, Phoenix was a professional writer and editor for 23 years Before that, she was a registered veterinary technician, working with small animal clinics and wildlife rehab centers.Retired now and still in her early 50s Phoenix blogs at phoenixsullivan, a site to help writers hone their queries and synopses, and a place to show off the beasties on her small farm in North Texas.


    842 Comments

    1. Interesting As a life long animal lover and having grown up just a couple of years earlier I certainly understand the frustration that any girl or young woman felt growing up. While it may have been the time of women's lib, for most the idea was a long way from being accepted. The book is an interesting look at life from her point of view but definitely needs more about the animals.


    2. When Phoenix Sullivan (a pseudonym) was a little girl, she wanted to be a vet even though during the mid-70s very few women were entering this profession. She wasn’t going to let this stop her and with a tremendous amount of confidence, she works to make this dream a reality. She shares some of her anecdotes (and lessons learned) on that path in this book while she was more of a young girl and not a vet. And while she seemed to have a fair amount of intelligence, I found her to be rather judgm [...]


    3. As a veterinarian, I enjoyed the stories in this book. However, the author seems to be a bit too cynical about the profession for me. I, like her, always knew I wanted to be a vet. I made that decision in the fifth grade. But I always knew there would be a lot more required than simply loving animals. This is a necessary attribute if you ask me, but not the only one. Overall an entertaining book, but the author's attitude did somewhat irritate me.


    4. Very good book!I like this book very much. It showed a look into an environment I had never read about. With a niece who just graduated and got her vet tech licence I was happy to see a book about this field. I did not put this book till I had finished it. A very easy and interesting read. Thanks Mrs. Sullivan for a good read.


    5. This was a super short, sweet,read. Nothing too mind-blowingly exciting, but not horrible either. The book is basically about a young girl who dreams of being a vet. She tells about some of her experiences leading up to her first job as a vet tech. Nothing really memorable, but since it's so short, it doesn't hurt to read it.









    6. Great descriptive storyLoved this book! very down to earth easy read. I also could relate to her experiences as I am a vet tech student.







    7. InterestingWas a very quick read and well written on a variety of subjects. Would have liked it to be a bit longer. Would recommend.


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