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Tennessee Tails: Pets and Their People Paperback – June 4, 2013
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If you are an animal lover, the stories will touch your soul. If your not an animal lover, this book will show you what it is like to receive unconditional love. It is amazing and overwhelming to see the care and love that people have for their family pets, or as I like to call them, their kids. Not only will this book make you laugh, and possibly shed a tear or two, but it is also a wonderful book to read to your kids so that they can learn how animals are supposed to be loved.
Every day, I pass by Dr. Primm's office and I can't help but to glance over and see who is working, and reflect on how much support they gave (and continue to give) me. It has been two years since Manning went to the Rainbow Bridge, and there hasn't been one single day that I haven't thought about him. If I spend too much time thinking about him, you can bet my eyes well up with tears. Tennessee Tails, Manning Up, and the rest of the stories truly reflect the care and compassion Dr. Primm has in her heart. Thank you Dr. Primm (and the whole staff) for loving our pets, for giving so much to Manning, and for taking the time to write a book that tells the world, how truly wonderful pets are.
I miss you Manning! I know I will see you again some day.....