NO JOB FOR A LADY: The Autobiography of M. Phyllis Lose, VMD

NO JOB FOR A LADY The Autobiography of M Phyllis Lose VMD None

  • Title: NO JOB FOR A LADY: The Autobiography of M. Phyllis Lose, VMD
  • Author: M. Phyllis Lose
  • ISBN: 9780345290168
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
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    One thought on “NO JOB FOR A LADY: The Autobiography of M. Phyllis Lose, VMD”

    1. So very inspiring. If only books like this were around in the 1960's perhaps I would have become something other than a teacher. Phyllis became a veterinarian when a woman's place was in the home, schoolhouse, hospital as a nurse, or secretary. She worked hard as one of the first female vets. Great story from beginning to end.

    2. Remembrances of a horse lover. Lots of cute and interesting stories of life in the horse and vet business. Very enjoyable, but part of that is because my wife is also in love with horses. I would probably not recommend it to anyone outside of the horse/vet circle, though.

    3. I read this book in my early teens and still love to read her story. Everytime I read it I want to go to vet school. About what a women went through in the '50s to be a vet in a male dominated field.

    4. One day when I was alone in the house I ran out of paper. So I went for more paper in the drawer where my parents kept it. I found the paper but also a small brown paper bag. I opened it up and saw a paperback book in it -- this one. I got hooked on the first page. I'd never before read a horse book where a woman was the protagonist. She also lived in Newtown Square, where I went to school. My heroes were all men (or male, like Godzilla.) I think M. Phyllis Lose was the only woman I admired as I [...]

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