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Articles by Carl A. Osborne, DVM, PhD, DACVIM

A world without animals

May 1, 2007

It's an important day in the life of every veterinarian. Do you remember your day? Put yourself back in time: It's graduation day.

There's no commincation without understanding

Apr 1, 2007

Confusion and misunderstanding often occur when two people attempt to communicate using two different languages.

Work to increase your brain power as you grow older

Mar 1, 2007

Can you rearrange the letters in "NEW DOOR" to form one word?.

Changing trends in composition of feline uroliths and urethral plugs

Feb 1, 2007

Analysis: 1981 to 2006

Academic practitioner: to be or not to be?

Jan 1, 2007

How would you define learning? Webster's dictionary defines "learning" as acquiring knowledge or skill by study or experience, while "study" is the act or process of applying our mind in order to acquire knowledge by reading or investigating. Unfortunately, Webster's definition of the term study emphasizes acquisition of knowledge without properly emphasizing the importance of acquiring wisdom. What's the difference?

Responding to blame

Dec 1, 2006

How can we best use our freedom to make choices in context of responding to blame?

The Blame game

Teach yourself how to perform a blamectomy in 10 thoughtful steps
Nov 1, 2006

How can we best use our freedom to make choices in context of responding to blame?

The Blame game

Oct 1, 2006

In response to a myriad of problems confronting people today, there is a widespread and insidious tendency to blame others. The tendency to fan the flames of blame is so pervasive that it directly and indirectly affects everyone who is a member of the veterinary profession.

How would you manage a prolapsed urethra in an English Bulldog?

Sep 1, 2006

A 3-year-old male non-castrated English Bulldog was admitted to the Veterinary Medical Center because of intermittent episodes of gross hematuria of two months' duration.

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