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Articles by Robert M. Miller, DVM

Mind Over Miller: Exercise your right to write prescriptions

Feb 1, 2008

Although doctors of veterinary medicine have the same prescription writing authority as physicians do, many practitioners infrequently write prescriptions. I wrote many during my practice career, and I want to share the reasons that I did so.

Mind Over Miller: The interview: Species-specific silliness

Jan 1, 2008

Professor A: Well, Terry—may we call you Terry?—you aspire to a degree in veterinary medicine?

Mind Over Miller: 'Twas the night before Christmas

Dec 1, 2007

Dr. Robert M. Miller recounts several memorable Christmas Eve emergency calls.

Mind Over Miller: Foie gross!

Nov 1, 2007

I don't understand the controversy over taking a stand on foie gras production.

Mind Over Miller: Finding a good home for a discarded animal

Oct 1, 2007

During the early days of television, a basset hound named Cleo popularized that formerly exotic breed.

Mind Over Miller: R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Find out what it means to new associates

Sep 1, 2007

After graduating from veterinary school, I spent a year doing relief work in Arizona. When I reported to my first job?a two-week hitch for a solo small-animal practitioner?the doctor came hurrying out of his home, which was connected to his clinic. He had his wife with him and some suitcases, and he handed me the key.

Mind Over Miller: I can drive 55

Aug 1, 2007

Three decades ago, we experienced an oil shortage, and one of the solutions was to create a nationwide 55-mph speed limit for several years.

Mind Over Miller: A truckload of camels, and other nightmares

Jul 1, 2007

Every veterinarian has an individual nightmare, a particular type of case he or she dreads above all else.

Mind Over Miller: You must be old if you remember...

Jun 1, 2007

We tend to reminisce about the good old days, but not all things were rosier back then.


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