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Lessons from the inevitable ending of festival-won fish

by Traci Schumacher on Tue, 11/05/2013 - 11:33am

The fall festival sent us home with three little goldfish: Ralph, Goldilocks, and AlphaStone. Three kids. Three fish. Perfect.

We pulled out our previously unused fish bowl, gravel, and plastic plants, and set up a fishy oasis in the kitchen. Three little fish swam, unconcerned. Excitement.

By Monday afternoon Goldilocks and AlphaStone floated, no longer troubled by the things of this world like when the yummy food flakes would appear again.

Fall Opportunities

Fall Opportunities

by Dr. Carla Case-... on Tue, 10/22/2013 - 10:11am

Submitted by Lisa A. Yackel, CVPM, PHR

Hospital Administrator at Case Veterinary Hospital

 

Parenting specialties and the bigger fish

by Traci Schumacher on Fri, 09/06/2013 - 10:18am

Different parents excel in different ways. We all have our own specialties. Some are Super Creative with Crafts. Some are Awesome Cooks of Tasty Food. Some are Very Athletic and Sporty. You get the idea.

Pets Dealing With Loss

Pets Dealing With Loss

by Dr. Carla Case-... on Mon, 08/19/2013 - 3:18pm

 

                                                    by Melissa Kilpatrick

 

Reason #37 for being late: Cat on the rooftop

by Traci Schumacher on Mon, 08/12/2013 - 9:53am
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With five people in our family, three of whom have little or no sense of urgency (except when they want something), it seems we are often running late for one reason or another. Our church starts at 10:00, for example, every Sunday. Knowing that it takes 20 minutes to get there, one would think we could arrive on time or early (gasp!) at least maybe half the time. But, as I said, there is always something that comes up... whether it's someone on the potty, a last minute search for shoes, or a dog having an accident.

The summertime saga of a garage door, some birds, and a cat

by Traci Schumacher on Wed, 07/24/2013 - 12:01pm

One day my husband set out to mow the grass, and started a whole chain of unintended events. The garage door broke as he went to get the lawnmower, and no one could get it to close. So we had to live with our garage door open about three feet for over a week while the garage door repairman waited for the new door to arrive.

Before the door arrived, a pair of Carolina wrens built a nest in our old infant car seat on the shelf in the garage. They worked on their nest every day, and began to lay eggs.

My Preceptorship at Case Veterinary Hospital

by Dr. Carla Case-... on Mon, 07/15/2013 - 9:30am

 

                                              by Natalie Craven DVM

Does Your Dog Fear Thunderstorms?

Does Your Dog Fear Thunderstorms?

by Dr. Carla Case-... on Mon, 07/08/2013 - 10:13am

 

By Kevin Ray, B.S. Ed., CPDT-KA

Canine Therapy Center, Inc.

Health Care Preventative Plans

Health Care Preventative Plans

by Dr. Carla Case-... on Mon, 02/18/2013 - 11:38am

Submitted by Lisa A. Yackel, CVPM, PHR

Hospital Administrator at Case Veterinary Hospital

What Sets Us Apart?

by Dr. Carla Case-... on Mon, 12/03/2012 - 11:27am

Submitted by Lisa A. Yackel, CVPM, PHR

Hospital Administrator at Case Veterinary Hospital

 

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