Veterinary Humor - Where did I go wrong? by Michael Obenski - Stampede by Dr. Bo Brock - DVM
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An unseemly symphony

January 1, 2006

My job is to go to the front, lance the abscess and flush it out.

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Twilight Zone, The phone Call...Unfortunately it's not a prank

January 1, 2006

In the 1960s, Rod Serling came to my house each week. He took me, along with millions of other Americans, to a place he called The Twilight Zone. His television show, for which he wrote and hosted, featured half-hour stories with strange and bizarre endings. Many years later, Mr. Serling's format for entertainment was revised into a somewhat different form. It was called Twilight Zone, The Movie.

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Learning curve

December 1, 2005

The only people I could turn to looked like a gang of Marlboro men.

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Ghost of veterinary future delivers ultimate reminder

December 1, 2005

It seemed that everyone in the little town of Vetville had gone crazy. Arnie wanted nothing to do with them.

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"Nature" showcases Katrina rescues; Bayer sponsors special

November 18, 2005

SHAWNEE, KAN. - 11/18/05 - PBS's "Nature" series will feature on Sunday the storied rescue efforts of animals stranded in Katrina's wake.

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Hygienically challenged

November 1, 2005

Ms. Johnson and her mother were standing by, biting nails on both hands while they waited for the verdict.

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A day in the life of hurricane rescue teams

November 1, 2005

The following is an excerpt from a press release issued by Louisiana State University (LSU) School of Veterinary Medicine and the Equine Health Studies Program.

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Cats age, but owners seldom mature

November 1, 2005

She sent her friend, Lee Vinnahuff, to pick up the cat. She had a few words for me as well ...

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What's for supper? Maybe we should grab a bite before our dinner function

October 1, 2005

The people seated around us were strangers, and none of them looked as though they could discuss tractors or horses.

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