Owning a pet can have a profound effect on someone’s life. No one understands this better than veterinarian Jessica Vogelsang. Having been an animal lover since the days of her childhood which were spent helping her grandmother take care of stray cats roaming their small Massachusetts neighborhood, Jessica’s desire to help animals has been her calling from as far back as her mind will let her remember. Do you have longing questions that need answered?
Not only does Jessica enjoy assisting others’ pets, but she also has been the proud owner of a number of dogs, all three of which have changed her life in ways she never imagined. In her recently released memoir, All Dogs Go To Kevin, Jessica discusses the ways the pets she has owned throughout her life have stood by her side through her best and worst days. Whether it was a tough experience that shook up her small adolescent world or the challenging months that followed her first child being born, it is clear that Jessica sees her pets as lifelong companions, her true confidants.
With a good dose of comedy accompanied with heartfelt sentiment and true passion for her career, Jessica’s memoir lets us see into a side of the veterinary world that we otherwise may have not discovered. It is clear that taking care of others’ pets is more than just a career for this compassionate caretaker. Making sure animals feel comfortable, happy and loved is her mission and one that Jessica works to accomplish each time she sees a new patient. Don’t take our word for it though, USA Today give the book 3.5 out of 4 Stars here.
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