Veterinary Humor - Where did I go wrong? by Michael Obenski - Stampede by Dr. Bo Brock - DVM
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A rude guest gets her just dessert, ... er veggie

August 1, 2007

The cauliflower bounced in my lap and came to rest inside the ritzy wife's purse.

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What part of 'No' doesn't he understand?

August 1, 2007

One day last month, I made a stupid mistake: I looked at the appointment calendar first thing in the morning. As a general rule, I don't do that because it might cause me to read a name like the one I saw that day – one you remember for all the wrong reasons. I spent the next two hours suffering anticipation anxiety as I waited for a confrontation with Mr. Kenny B. Worthit.

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The luckiest dog in Lamesa

July 1, 2007

Little did we know as we waved goodbye that Tripod's story was just beginning.

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Series of strange events too much for wise guy

July 1, 2007

Arnie is one of those people who believes he knows everything. What irritates me is that I think he may be right. In our 30-plus years of friendship, he has remained unfailingly one step ahead of me.

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Just follow the bouncing ball

June 1, 2007

Over my four decades as a veterinarian, I have been privileged to meet and retain many fine clients. You know the type – those who seem more like close friends than a source of practice revenue. I feel a loyalty to those pet owners, and have a notion that the feeling is mutual.

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Heads in the sand?

May 1, 2007

Have you ever had a close-up look at an ostrich? Do you have any idea how big those rascals really are?

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The kind of people who spare all costs

May 1, 2007

Any office call involving Mr. and Mrs. Flipflop can be quite a challenge. They truly seem to love their pets, or maybe they don't. And nothing is too much trouble when it comes to their animal's welfare, or maybe nothing is all they are willing to do. It is hard to tell. The truth is, though, they usually are all talk and no action.

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This was work, not a spectator sport

April 1, 2007

I guess one of my favorite things about being a veterinarian is helping in the process of bringing a new critter into the world.

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Stampede

March 1, 2007

With skunks, use the hit-and-run approach

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