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by Daniel Mannix,M. Phyllis Lose

Author: Daniel Mannix,M. Phyllis Lose
Subcategory: Regional U.S.
Language: English
Publisher: Ballantine Books (August 12, 1982)
Category: Biographies
Rating: 4.6
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Phyllis Lose (Author), Daniel Mannix (Author). Here is the story of M. Phyllis Lose, .

Phyllis Lose (Author), Daniel Mannix (Author). one of America's leading equine veterinarians, and how she turned her childhood passion for horses into an important career at a time when most of our nation's veterinary schools were saying "no women need apply.

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I lost this book several years ago in a house fire. Nonetheless, I often think about the delightful escapades and endearing anecdotes. Phyllis Lose's intelligence, heart, courage, and sense of humor come through loud and clear. Her story of going to Veterinary School at a time when women vets were few and far between is an inspiration. Having this book out of print is a shame. This is a must read for any young person who loves animals (or anyone else needing to break down barriers).

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M. Phyllis Lose (Author). I liked this book because it was written in a way that not only got me interested in horses and veternarian medicine but it also gave me pride for what women have accomplished and built my self confidence. The book followed the time line of the authors life, so it was easy to follow, it also had humor in it. I would recomend this book to any animal lover or girl that has a dream of being a Veternarian, because this book makes anything seem possible. 3 people found this helpful.

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Lose explains some of the tricks of training circus animals (big cats will run on barrels because they dislike jumping .

Lose explains some of the tricks of training circus animals (big cats will run on barrels because they dislike jumping from heights), but points out that lion tamers expect to spend one fourth of theft wages on hospital bills. As vet for the Philadelphia mounted police, Lose was called to save horses from bullet wounds, quicksand, and high tension wires.

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Phyllis Lose is best known for being the first female equine veterinarian in the United States, a truly remarkable accolade and a saint to the women who would follow in her footsteps. Of course, that was only after she rode her bike down to the local police station and asked if it was okay. No Job For a Lady: The Autobiography of M.

NO JOB FOR A LADY by M. Phyllis Lose, V. M. D. as told by Daniel Mannix published by Macmillan Publishing . When Phyllis Lose first announced her ambition to become a horse doctor, most people found the idea preposterous. as told by Daniel Mannix published by Macmillan Publishing Company (1979) - From the time she mounted her first pony she knew she wanted only one thing: to work with horses. But the life of an equine veterinarian every told her, was No Job For a Lady. How could any woman - to say nothing of a five food, one hundred pound girl - hold her own against powerful thoroughbreds? Phyllis refused to be daunted.

Tells of how Phyllis Lose fought against prejudice, ridicule, and opposition to become a horse veterinarian and describes her efforts to establish an award-winning equine clinic where she has ministered to today's most famous stallions and racers