Judith Samson-French

Biography

Dr Judith Samson-French is a graduate of McGill University, University of Alberta and the Ontario Veterinary College. Initially working as a wildlife biologist in the Canadian Rockies, she now owns Banded Peak Veterinary Hospital, a small animal practice in the Canadian Foothills.
With more than twenty years of experience in veterinary medicine, Judith initially worked with zoo animals and is now treating companion domestic pets.
From her hospital in Bragg Creek she has initiated an internationally recognized contraceptive implant program in free roaming First Nations dogs. To help raise funds for this project she has involved Lotus Lines (www.lotuslines.ca), a company she co-owns, to market “Pearlmarks”. These comprise a storied bookmark with photographs of nameless dogs along with a pair of contemporary fresh water pearl earrings. Over 50,000 pounds of dog food has been donated to hungry dogs with no names since the program’s conception.

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Books

39 Ways Not to Kill Your Best Friend
Price: $9.95 USD. Words: 101,600. Language: English. Published: August 15, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Science and Nature » Animals
Many of us share our lives with dogs, but how much do we really know about our four-legged friends? "39 Ways To Not Kill Your Best Friend", by Dr Judith Samson-French is a must-read for all dog lovers. , 39 Ways shares stories of companion dogs that have tragically died – or narrowly escaped death – at the hands of well-meaning owners. What you learn here could save your pet's life.
Dogs With No Names
Price: $9.95 USD. Words: 36,690. Language: English. Published: July 29, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Science and Nature » Animals
On the vast reserve lands of N America roam millions of unwanted dogs - “dogs with no names”, no homes, no one to love them. In a bold trial venture to curb their populations, Dr Judith Samson-French reveals to us the mysteries of canines gone wild. Brought to life through vivid photographs, these compelling stories carry a powerful message. These unforgettable animals will stay with you forever.

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