Compiling forty years of veterinary experience Dr. James Busby combines his wealth of knowledge with the most current academic recommendations on what is really
needed in yearly and routine pet care. More importantly Dr. Busby explains what isn't
needed. This is the inside scoop on what pet owners really need to do to keep their animals healthy.
"The book explains and highlights many more money-saving suggestions and gives the reader the knowledge to know when to incur medical expenses and when not to. Some of this is so unjustified it could be considered fraud - or at least unethical - in my opinion. What do you think?" - Dr. James Busby
Dr. James L. Busby has been a practicing veterinarian for 40 years. For the last 27 years he's run an outpatient small animal practice in Bemidji Minnesota. The fourth veterinarian in his family in three generations his great grandfather Dr. Krull was a real "horse and buggy" doctor who migrated to NE Nebraska early in the 20th century from Albany NY. Dr. Krull's two grandsons (his uncle and father) became DVMs in the 30s & early 40s.
Dr. Busby's mission is to bring to the people truth in veterinary care tempered with common sense.