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Where did I go wrong?

December 1, 2009

Breaking through to Iva Granite-Head.

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Playing the reindeer game

December 1, 2009

It's best to tell a policeman the truth—no matter how weird it sounds.

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When all else fails to save the world, call a veterinarian

November 1, 2009

A case of worms and Mr. and Mrs. Panic.

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Enough to make a vet blush

November 1, 2009

A dog boarded at the clinic appeared to become ill and coughed up something that brought everyone running and caused the ladies to blush. It was a red thong panty.

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Veterinarian roulette: It's usually played at 3 a.m.

October 1, 2009

Some clients seem to go through the Yellow Pages looking for a veterinarian who will answer the phone at 3 a.m. to handle or discuss a problem that easily could have waited for daylight. That's how you play the game of veterinarian roulette.

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The old man and the tree

October 1, 2009

It was closing time when the phone rang. The voice on the other end sounded liked the oldest living human. His prize heifer was down in a difficult delivery. So I headed out on what turned out to be a harrowing, after-dark chase in a 1977 sky-blue pickup truck.

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The traveling trophy

October 1, 2009

A walrus bone, the baculum, mounted on a plaque became a traveling trophy for the winner of the annual Illinois-Purdue softball game. When it was stolen, the effort to get it back led to a life-changing adventure.

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Reality check: a rural vet out of his element

September 1, 2009

The veterinarian describes his discomfort in leaving his quiet, rural environment to spend a few days in a major city where he and his wife were wined and dined, including an episode at a restaurant where the menu was entirely in French.

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Inside the mind of a practical joker

September 1, 2009

Meet practical joker Josh Kneeslapper, a man who claims to have tricked, outsmarted and sabotaged the veterinary profession successfully for four decades.

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