Beyond Supervet: How Animals Make Us The Best We Can Be: The New Number 1 Sunday Times Bestseller

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Beyond Supervet: How Animals Make Us The Best We Can Be: The New Number 1 Sunday Times Bestseller

Beyond Supervet: How Animals Make Us The Best We Can Be: The New Number 1 Sunday Times Bestseller

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It has been 30 years since Noel Fitzpatrick graduated as a veterinary surgeon, and that 22-year-old from Ballyfin, Ireland, is now one of the leading veterinary surgeons in the world. It’s a tribute to his dog who died in 2021 aged 13, and he says that although “Mammy always said that pride takes a fall”, the book is “the best thing I’ve ever done in my life”. Valentine said: “With over 800,000 books sold and three Sunday Times number one bestsellers to his name, Noel Fitzpatrick is proven to be a much-loved author.

Animal rights advocates have for years been campaigning against the horrors of laboratory testing on animals, from monkeys to mice, beagles to guinea pigs. Bringing the narrative of his many books to life, Noel entertains and engages audiences to a powerful soundtrack of stories, anecdotes and a vision for the future, reinforcing his strong belief that medicine can be as uplifting as music and that both can actually save our lives.The author and TV presenter added: “The whole point of the book really fulcrums around one sentence, which is, ‘If fear can drive you rather than destroy you, sometimes the thing you fear the most can make you least afraid’.

For more great interviews listen to The Chris Evans Breakfast Show with Sky , weekdays from 6:30am on Virgin Radio, or catch up on-demand here . The journey to that point has seen Noel treat thousands of animals – many of whom were thought to be beyond help – animals that have changed his life, and the lives of those around them, for the better. What is in no doubt is Fitzpatrick’s deep love for and connection to animals, and his dedication to advancing not just their health outcomes, but fusing the health care of humans and animals for the greater good of all. The point of this book is that life is full of ups and downs, but the unique quality of an animal companion is unconditional love,” he says.The perfect gift for young animal-lovers, packed with true tales that celebrate kindness, perseverance and the unbreakable bond between humans and animals. Harvey, William (1578-1657) ] O'Malley, Charles Donald (1907-1970) ; Frederick Noel Lawrence Poynter (1908-1979) ; Kenneth Fitzpatrick Russell (1911-1987) , (editors and translators).

It is animals like these who have taught Noel the valuable lessons of Love, Hope and Faith - lessons that have sustained him in his life beyond being the Supervet. Picking up from where How Animals Saved My Life left off, Noels shares some moving, heart-warming, tear-jerking and often eye-brow-raising stories of the animals he has treated in his career.As he grew up and became a lot more beardy these inspirations held strong and so he moved to London to study BA Illustration and Animation at Kingston University. Inspiring and healing in equal measure, this beautifully illustrated and deeply heartfelt story of Noel and Keira’s journey together teaches us all how to embrace the ups with the downs, the joy and the sorrow, the darkness and the light, that make up a life. He is known for his illustrations for Lightning Girl by Alesha Dixon, the Avengers Assembly graphic novels, Max Einstein by James Patterson and many others. And the most important sentence that ever occurred to me in my entire life is this sentence, ‘You cannot find your truth through your purpose, you can only find your purpose through your truth’.

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