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  • A Tail of Destruction
    A Tail of DestructionBy Bill Stork, DVMMargie was 23 pounds of tongue, tail and adorable. She had been with her family for two weeks, had not had an accident in Read more
  • Giving Thanks
    Giving ThanksBy Bill Stork, DVMAbove my desk hangs a plaque:“I solemnly swear to use my scientific knowledge and skills for the benefit of society through the protection of animal health, Read more
  • Q
    QBy Bill Stork, DVMTom excused himself to deliver a Natural Light to the gentleman curiously sporting a navy blue blazer and wingtips, playing machines in the corner. Eight notes from Read more
  • Mary Christmas, part 1
    Mary Christmas, part 1By Bill Stork, DVMShe thumped her tail twice, in response to the click of the catch as the storm door settled shut behind us. Through the screen Read more
  • Mary Christmas, part 2
    Mary Christmas, part 2By Bill Stork, DVMOn impact, 125 grams of lead, traveling 1500ft per second, ripped a two-inch gash through two sides of the steel cap… of his concrete Read more
  • Beautiful music
    Beautiful MusicBy Bill Stork, DVMI have sat two tables away from Kristy Larson, slack-jawed and stupid as she dropped the final “I’m so lonesome I could cry”, in homage to Read more
  • Sneezing Cows
    Sneezing Cows By Bill Stork, DVM Happy New Year, and welcome to 2014. At some point back in October this rank-amateur piece of small town pop psychological feel-good rambling commemorated its third year. By Read more
  • FDNY, part 1
    FDNY, part 1 By Bill Stork, DVM Whether you are Jed Hirschi herding 400 head of beef cattle across 90,000 acres of Wyoming on a Quarter Horse named Torque, or Ellen Messmer Read more
  • Nine below Zero
    Nine below ZeroBy Bill Stork, DVMAin’t this a pity people, ain’t this a cryin shame,Well it’s nine below zero, she put me down for another man         - Mckinley Morganfield… aka Muddy Read more
  • FDNY, part 2
    FDNY (part 2)By Bill Stork, DVMAsk any country vet. They’ll tell you the pager never sounds when you are sitting in your coveralls and boots, sipping coffee with your truck Read more
  • FDNY, part 3
    FDNY (part 3)By Bill Stork, DVMWith the definition of insanity (“doing the same thing, expecting a different result”) fully in play, we were one move away from a regroup, when Read more
  • Norway's Gold
    Norway's GoldBy Bill Stork, DVMOnce every 4 years, the world comes together for an apolitical celebration of good will and athletic competition. The Winter Olympics entertain and distract us from Read more
  • Lights, Camera, Action! (part 1)
    Lights, Camera, Action! (part 1)By Bill Stork, DVMIt was inevitable.Dr. James Alfred Wight graduated from Glasgow Veterinary College in 1939. Absorbed fully by the rigors of practice and parenting, it Read more
  • Lights, Camera, Action! (part 2)
    Lights, Camera, Action! (part 2)By Bill Stork, DVMAfter much ado (see part 1), Lisa Steffl asked: What should we do to prepare our pets for warm weather?I was grateful for Read more
  • Little Annie is no orphan
    Little Annie is No OrphanBy Bill Stork, DVMAs veterinarians and animal lovers, our focus follows a fairly predictable curve as we progress through the stages of pets' lives.With puppies, we Read more
  • Hey, Porter
    Hey, PorterBy Bill Stork, DVMComedian and native Ukrainian, Yakov Smirnoff made a career out of glorifying life in America, compared to Russian: “In America you go looking for party, in Read more

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