Consisting of articles taken from his popular column in The Yorkshire Post, Julian Norton's The Diary of a Yorkshire Vet On Call features anecdotes from his veterinary work in North Yorkshire. From hairy pigs near Helmsley to a bullock with an enormous eye at Old Byland, these true stories bring to life the drama and humour in the daily routine of a rural vet.
Along the way, Julian deals with llamas near Brimham Rock, greedy sheep in Cold Kirby, eagles, seals, alpacas and Geoffrey Boycott. These and many more adventures are contained within.
Written in the delightful manner that he is well known for in the Channel 5 hit series The Yorkshire Vet, this book is a fun and wonderful listen.
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- Steven Nigel Ibbotson
a great listen
so glad that Julian keep writing these books they are so enjoyable. they easy listens and are worth every penny .