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April 25, 2008


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Emotan is totally awesome singer for gifting us with best music, which would be enough for me. it seems like Emotan released spiritual music which is perfect for a solo living room dance party, and stay tuned .
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my concern is in haling all that dander and hair. I am concerned that years of living with animals will affect breathing and ultimately bring on permanent health concerns. Our country will be responsible for dealing with long term pulmonary and respritory health expenses.

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Dr Larry

This sounds like the topic for an entire post. Look for it coming up in the next week or so. Promise.


Hi Dr. Larry,
I am a high school student doing some research for my class about being a veterinarian. I have looked online for some of my answers about the profession but they seem really varied and most of the comments on daily activities are from veterinary technicians. I was wondering if you could tell me a little about your experience as a vet. What was your typical day like? I read in one of your entrees that you and your co-workers could bring your dogs to the office, so it seems pretty relaxed, but as a doctor, did you have such a relaxed atmosphere? What were your typical work hours, duties and responsibilities? Would you say your work hours were flexible? Can you tell me some pros and cons about being a vet? How long did it take you to finish your education? If you could respond back, it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much for your time.

Virginia Tan

Dr Larry

Right. Back when Darcie, our 17 year old mutt, could hear she'd growl and bark whenever my wife Chris and I would argue. Same thing with the kids. I guess you could say she was a family therapist.


Interesting! I wonder if there are any stats showing whether pet owners have fewer (or more) divorces. Sometimes when the hubby and I are starting to get into an argument, our cat will walk in and demand our attention, making both of us smile at his amazingly effective timing. Who can stay angry with such a cute critter meowing, purring and rubbing against your leg? :-)

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