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

How to starve the energy vampire

Keep your thoughts and actions positive to starve one of the practicing veterinarian's worst enemies
Oct 1, 2011

Keep your thoughts and actions positive to starve one of the practicing veterinarian's worst enemies.

Feline urethal plugs: 2010

A look at composition provides insight into ways to prevent plugs in the first place
Aug 1, 2011

A look at composition provides insight into ways to prevent plugs in the first place.

Canine urolith epidemiology: 1981 to 2010

Data indicate an increase in calcium, oxalate uroliths compared with the past
Jul 1, 2011

In the last three decades, the composition of uroliths in dogs has been variable.

Feline urolith epidemiology: 1981 to 2010

Update your practice with a summary of the latest work on this troubling ailment
Jun 1, 2011

Dr. Carl Osborne examines feline urolith composition over the past three decades.

Be a good gossip: Part 2

No, it's not an oxymoron. Here's a look at how to promote positive gossip at your veterinary practice
May 1, 2011

Be a good gossip: Part 2

Be a good gossip: Part 1

Not all gossip is bad. In fact, some can be beneficial both to you and your practice
Apr 1, 2011

Not all gossip is bad. In fact, some can be beneficial both to you and your veterinary practice

Minimize medication mistakes with client education

Adverse events are often caused by miscommunication
Feb 1, 2011

Dr. Carl Osborne discusses how adverse events are often caused by miscommunication.

The healing power of laughter continues

Giggles and guffaws can go a long way in making clients, team members and even ourselves feel better
Jan 1, 2011

Giggles and guffaws can go a long way in making clients, team members and even ourselves feel better

And the laughter goes on...

Even more stories to tickle your funny bone, courtesy of Dr. Carl Osborne
Dec 29, 2010

Even more stories to tickle your funny bone, courtesy of Dr. Carl Osborne

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