Bruce Fogle

Bruce Fogle is the UK’s bestselling vet, having written numerous books on cats and dogs. Born and raised in Toronto, he settled in London as a young man. He spent a year working at London Zoo, then as a veterinarian in Knightsbridge. He has had his own practice since 1973. He is married to the actress, Julia Foster and they have three children, one of whom is the broadcaster and journalist, Ben Fogle. Bruce the co-founder and vice chair of Hearing Dogs for Deaf People and chair of Humane Society International, as well as running the London Vet Clinic. This is his first memoir.

Read more about Bruce at www.brucefogle.com/biography

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