- The second book in the Coated With Fur series, Coated With Fur: A Blind Cat's Love is finished! This book stars Radar, a cat who was born without eyes. In addition, Genny, Ivan, Bongo and many other animals from the the first book also appear. Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble as well as bookstores everywhere!
-Dr. Nelson was featured in a series on cat health for eHow.com. The 12 videos cover a wide range of topics. Here is the list: Hookworm infections in cats, Alopecia in cats, Cold symptoms in kittens, Melanosis in cats, Anesthesia recovery and cats, Tapazole for cats, How to separate cats with colds, Sweaty feet and cats, Cats with cystitis, Helping blind cats, Epilepsy in cats and Rhinovirus in cats.
Book Signings and Appearances:
-August 6, 2014 Table Talk to benefit Children's Hospital Association and Clinics of Minnesota. St. Paul, Minnesota.
-September 26, 2014 Hanalei Book Club, Kauai, Hawaii.
-October 2, 2014 Velma Teague Branch Library, Glendale, Arizona.
The Coated With Fur Series in e-book formats!
For Amazon's Kindle click here.
For Barnes & Noble's Nook click here.
For all types of electronic readers click here.
-Set in a Minnesota veterinary practice, Coated With Fur: A Vet's Life is Dr. Nelson's first book. It chronicles a young woman’s experience as the owner of a start-up clinic. Experience the joy of saving a dog’s leg to the agony of losing a patient. Feel your heart race when a snakes gets stuck, scaring the society ladies in waiting room. Through it all, experience the unconditional love that exists when we open ourselves to the wonders of the human-animal bond!
-Coated With Fur: A Blind Cat’s Love continues the story of a young woman who opened a veterinary hospital in Burnsville, Minn. Marvel when a blind cat helps Adam overcome a physical limitation. Follow Kris as she tries to collect a semen sample from Ivan the shy Doberman, saves the life of a struggling Chihuahua and delivers Ashley’s adorable golden retriever puppies. Meet Snowflake, a white cat that fights hard to stay alive and Lilah, the friendly, pregnant German shepherd. Through it all, experience the sheer joy and
challenges of being a veterinarian.
Learn more about Dr. Nelson and her background by clicking here.
Veterinary advice can be found at Dr. Nelson's Veterinary Blog.
Have Dr. Nelson speak to your clients or employees. For more information, click here or go to http://www.veterinarycreative.com/.