No one could ever love your dog the way you do. And no one understands better than you do exactly what your best friend is going through as a senior dog.
That’s why Dr. Tamplin has created a guide to help you:
You’ll love this practical, encouraging guide filled with convenient, easy ways to improve your senior dog’s health and happiness. Written by a veterinarian—and genuine dog lover—you can rest easy knowing you have all the information you need to help your dog get the most out of life.
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“Dr. Sharon Tamplin’s 30 years of experience in the veterinary field have given her broad insight and built invaluable knowledge.
This is a book written from the heart from personal experience and intended to give the owners of aging dogs guidelines on how to improve their pet’s longevity but also their quality of life.”
– Melissa N. North, DVM, DACVPM
Even as a child, Sharon Tamplin deeply loved animals and wanted to help animals and people. Her mother told her she couldn’t save them all when she kept trying to bring home all the stray animals! She spent as much time as possible at her grandparents’ farm in north Alabama, where she helped tend livestock and worked in the garden or shelled peas in the kitchen.
Sharon attended Auburn University and grew more interested in research. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1993. Since then, she has been in clinical (private) practice, corporate veterinary medicine, theriogenology, and regulatory veterinary medicine.
Sharon also stayed busy rescuing horses, cats, and dogs and breeding and showing horses for many years. In her “free” time, she has volunteered for many non-profit organizations, served on many committees and the Board of Directors, and in other elected positions for several, where people recognized her hard work, dedication, and organizational skills.
Though she has once been a mother to horses, parrots, cockatiels, parakeets, and pet fish, she now has two dogs, five cats, several hens, and two ducks. Sharon has four human children and is “MiMi” to four grandchildren.