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Veterinarian Technician August 2006 (Vol 27, No 8) Focus: Reproduction

Picture This! "Fun with Fecals"

    I was training a new employee on how to read fecals. I asked her to read one and let me know if she saw anything she wasn't sure about or that seemed out of the ordinary. When she said she found a car, I thought she was joking — until I looked for myself. Sure enough, there was a little car with bubble tires and even a little exhaust! We joked about what the dog must have been eating if it was pooping out cars!

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