Veterinary Humor - Where did I go wrong? by Michael Obenski - Stampede by Dr. Bo Brock - DVM
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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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Volume : Is it enough? Bea Fuddled's incessant complaining signals larger professional issue

October 1, 2005

Sure you will lose money on these people. But there will be a lot of them.

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Stampede

September 1, 2005

It was the largest animal I had ever seen that wasn't in a zoo.

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Where did I go wrong? Veterinary terminology: Sometimes the meaning can go awry

September 1, 2005

The lettering on the door said Department of Anesthesiology, Hal O'Thane, DVM. Duey Hafta didn't even bother to read it. He had been knocking on every door in the veterinary school trying to find a botzofer. His patience had worn thin by this point. He felt as though he had asked a million people so far, and none of them seemed to know where the botzofer was or, for that matter, what it was.

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