Archive for September 2013

There was an old lady who swallowed a fly

Hi All, Libby here. LIES! ALL LIES! Contrary to what the title of this post may suggest, this post is NOT about an old lady who swallowed a fly. Though this crazy video is: This IS however a post about a dog who swallowed something much worse […]

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Things are about to get weird

Hi All, Libby here. Have I got a crazy story for you! As most of you know, Dr. Silverman’s son, Nick, is doing his clinical year at Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine in Indiana. The purpose of the clinical year is to get real, hands on experience […]

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Is it worth it?

Hi All, Libby here. After last week’s exciting blog detailing the food consumed at the Silverman’s New Year’s Feast, I wanted to use this week to do some reflecting. You may or may not realize that the holiest of Jewish holidays began sundown Friday and continued through sundown Saturday. […]

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Lenny’s safari in Kenya!

Lenny Silverman, owner of Prospect Park Animal Clinic, recently went on a safari in Kenya.  Check out some of these incredible sights and creatures that he encountered!  Can you imagine having pets like these?!?

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Happy New Year!

Hi All, Libby here. I had you fooled for a second there with the title of this post, right? You thought I’d finally lost my mind, gone senile and completely lost touch with reality? I mean that must be the only explanation for why I would title […]

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Home again, home again, jiggity Jig

Hi All, Libby here. In spite of the nursery rhyme mentioned in the title of this post, this story isn’t actually about pigs. Nope, it’s about losing your pet—and the story of how one dog managed to find his way home again. So here’s a question for you. […]

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