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Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Pet Talks - Beware of Man

Its very interesting to learn and observe Pet behavior. Its body language would reveal its state of mind and requirements. Keep getting and adding tips:

 1. The dog may start to run off with a toy or object hoping tobe chased by another dog or human-

 2. Sometimes he may drop the toy or object and  give chance to others .... and repeatedly run away ....


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  1. James Alfred Wight was born on 3 October 1916, in England. In 1939, at the age of 23, he qualified as a veterinary surgeon with Glasgow Veterinary College. In January 1940, he took a brief job at a veterinary practice in Sunderland, but moved in July to work in a rural practice based in the town of Thirsk, Yorkshire, close to the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors, where he was to remain for the rest of his life. On 5 November 1941, he married Joan Catherine Anderson Danbury. The couple had two children, James Alexander (Jim), born 1943, who also became a vet and was a partner in the practice, and Rosemary (Rosie), born 1947, who became a physician in general practice.
    Wight intended for years to write a book, but with most of his time consumed by veterinary practice and family, his writing ambition went nowhere. Challenged by his wife, in 1966 (at the age of 50), he began writing. After several rejected stories on other subjects like football, he turned to what he knew best. In 1969 Wight wrote If Only They Could Talk, the first of the now-famous series based on his life working as a vet and his training in the Royal Air Force during the Second World War. Owing in part to professional etiquette which at that time frowned on veterinary surgeons and other professionals from advertising their services, he took a pen name, choosing "James Herriot". If Only They Could Talk was published in the United Kingdom in 1970 by Michael Joseph Ltd, but sales were slow until Thomas McCormack, of St. Martin's Press in New York City, received a copy and arranged to have the first two books published as a single volume in the United States. The resulting book, titled All Creatures Great and Small, was an overnight success, spawning numerous sequels, movies, and a successful television adaptation.
    Wight was found to have prostate cancer in 1991. He died on 23 February 1995, aged 78, at home in Thirlby.
    On 29 July 2009, UK-based open-access rail operator Grand Central Railway, which operate train services from Wight's birthplace of Sunderland to London King's Cross (calling at Thirsk), named Class 180 DMU No. 180112 (British Rail Class 180) "James Herriot" in his honour. The ceremony was carried out jointly by Alf Wight's daughter Rosie and son Jim.
    Books of James Herriot:
     If Only They Could Talk (1970)
     It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet (1972)
     All Creatures Great and Small (1972)
     Let Sleeping Vets Lie (1973)
     Vet in Harness (1974)
     All Things Bright and Beautiful (1974)
     Vets Might Fly (1976)
     Vet in a Spin (1977)
     All Things Wise and Wonderful (1977)
     James Herriot's Yorkshire (1979)
     The Lord God Made Them All (1981)
     Every Living Thing (1992)
     James Herriot's Cat Stories (1994)
     James Herriot's Favourite Dog Stories (1995)