Veterinary Humor - Where did I go wrong? by Michael Obenski - Stampede by Dr. Bo Brock - DVM
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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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Pamered pooch: Enough to make a real dog growl

March 1, 2007

Serena is one of my favorite patients. She is a big, old country dog who came into this world two months after her mother — a dog of unknown ancestry – hooked up with her father, a dog of unknown whereabouts.

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Face-to-face with pure evil

February 1, 2007

The snake raised its head three feet off the ground and started right toward me.

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Focused on the problem at hand: tracking down a stray doughnut

February 1, 2007

An office call with Mr. Sidetrack is always a little frustrating. So, since he was 10 minutes early for last week's office call, I decided to postpone my grief as long as possible.

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A little 'no-how' helps deliver the cold hard facts

January 1, 2007

I finished the surgery with feelings of pride and accomplishment. There were enterotomies in four places. The abdomen was closed, the skin was closed, and the drain was in place.

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People skills sometimes the hardest part of the job

January 1, 2007

Dealing with people is the part of veterinary medicine that one can never truly say they are good at. Some may profess to be comfortable with it, but most will agree that it is the hardest part of the job.

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Piddle's wee wee lagoon rescue rife with danger, diagnostic intrigue

December 1, 2006

At her last office visit, Mrs. Dimbulb was very anxious to share her latest theory concerning her cat's behavior. "You know, Doctor," she said. "I think I know why Pierce misbehaves when he's here. It's those heavy gloves you people wear when handling him. Those gloves scare him. My sister, Mrs. Tranquil, brings her cat here, and she told me that her cat, Honey Pie, behaves just fine. I think it's because you don't use those scary gloves on her cat."

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