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The moving fence: A 'good' idea trampled by common sense

February 1, 2009

There is one in every crowd. You know the type — someone who knows everything and has done it all.

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Instinct: a powerful force, even for pet owners

January 1, 2009

The natural history of mankind in general, and veterinary medicine in particular, may need to be rewritten. Arnie and I have uncovered dramatic new evidence indicating that the formal practice of veterinary medicine may be as old as the use of spoken language.

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Performing an oil change on a horse

January 1, 2009

A horse with colic is one of the most common reasons for a veterinarian to go on an after-hours call.

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A shot in the dark

December 1, 2008

There was a note of regret, mixed with relief, in Dr. Mark Justice's voice when he called to relate the events of the previous night.

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Down on the floor — it's another pill stampede

December 1, 2008

Pill bottles seem designed to keep the freshness in and the doctor out.

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Some folks just won't let sleeping dogs lie

November 1, 2008

All seemed to be going great until I cut the ovary away. ... I could feel my first real case of surgical panic coming on.

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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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