The much-loved novels of James Herriot have given the public a “misguided” image of the veterinary profession, vet leaders have said. Veterinary chiefs said that the public perception of vets was based on the “bucolic fantasy world in which male vet gets paid in slices of cake” depicted in Herriot’s books, rather than the commercial realities of modern-day practice.
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