Veterinary Humor - Where did I go wrong? by Michael Obenski - Stampede by Dr. Bo Brock - DVM
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Anna Rexic's pet pooch mirrors her thin logic on diet, nutrition

November 1, 2008

Anna ... thinks a person is obese if every bone in his or her skeleton is not prominently displayed.

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Misread signal triggers strange gyrations

October 1, 2008

A mixed-animal veterinary clinic holds a large number of distractions for the casual observer.

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No such thing as a stupid question?

October 1, 2008

I have heard some people say there is no such thing as a stupid question.

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Making the ultimate rescue from Phagia's Dog Farm

September 1, 2008

My secretary was apologetic but firm.

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Story hard to swallow? Chew on it for a while

September 1, 2008

The human-animal bond is a strong one, but I'm still amazed sometimes at what people will do for their animals. I know people, for example, who treat their pets to an ice-cream cone before visiting the veterinarian. I've seen painted toenails, dogs with pierced ears, cats with a gold-capped tooth, dogs with rollers in their hair, many types of pet sweaters, even artificial testicles placed back in a dog's scrotum to keep it from looking empty. The list goes on.

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Who said that?

August 1, 2008

The directions I held in my hand were leading me to a residential district in Lubbock, Texas. That would not have been a big deal, were it not for the fact that I was on my way to visit a horse. I knew that people in a city residential area were likely to know as much about horses as I knew about submarines, but I could be wrong.

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When opposites collide

August 1, 2008

I could almost hear the "twang" when Blitz hit the end of his leash and it stopped him short. The snapping sound of his big mouth almost catching my arm followed immediately. Mrs. Whiteflag was quick to apologize.

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Never let them see your fear

July 1, 2008

The stage was all mine. With trembling hands, I went to work. ... As sheer dumb luck would have it, the surgery went perfectly.

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Cerebral laminitis can be infectious with certain breeds of owners

July 1, 2008

Now, I've known Jim Panzee for years. You couldn't teach him to peel a banana.

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