I can't believe that just happened: Exam room follies, practice missteps and other blunders from the clinic (page 3)

I can't believe that just happened: Exam room follies, practice missteps and other blunders from the clinic (page 3)

Think you've heard it all? Come along as our experts recount the weird, the hilarious, and the just plain wrong.
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Sep 16, 2010
By dvm360.com staff
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Taking your pet to the veterinary clinic can be nerve-wracking enough even without unforeseen developments. Dr. Robin Downing shares the story of a nervous client whose dog made matters worse with a few impromptu changes to its owner’s outfit.

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