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Mysteries with Dr. Courtney Campbell takes a look at some of the strangest veterinary cases ever. Host and veterinary surgeon, Dr. Courtney Campbell, talks with his veterinary guests about their most difficult cases. The show features fascinating and challenging medical cases and lets the listeners learn how patients were treated.
 
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It takes a long time to become a veterinarian. In addition to elementary school and high school, there is undergrad and then another several years completing a DVM. But when all is said and done, endless opportunities await, and that’s a very exciting feeling. For Brittney Kilgore, every second has been worth it. In addition to all that schooling, …
 
“Never give up on your dreams.” These words were made famous by former president of the United States, Barack Obama. Millions of children and adults alike were inspired by his speeches about hope, persistence, and resilience. One little girl in particular who took his message to heart? Nonyé Williams. Currently attending Virginia-Maryland College o…
 
According to Psychology Today, perfectionism is a trait that makes life an endless report card on accomplishments or looks. When healthy, it can be self-motivating and drive you to overcome adversity and achieve success. When unhealthy, it can be a fast and enduring track to unhappiness. What makes extreme perfectionism so toxic is that while those…
 
Although Dr. Serena Nayee, deeply cares about animals, she almost chose a very different path. She has always walked a fine line between human and animal health for a long time. Although Dr. Serena has no regrets about her choices, one of the hardest career decisions she made was to choose between animal and human health. She believes both have a s…
 
“It’s not enough to wish upon stars. You must actively reach for them.” Those are the words that best describe someone like Dr. Sandra Faeh Butler. Brilliant, hardworking, and never one to turn away from a challenge, this University of Illinois graduate has been involved with organized veterinary medicine for more than 20 years. From making her fir…
 
Thank you to Trudell Animal Health for sponsoring this issue! Happy New Year! This time of year when we think about setting New Year’s resolutions. We vow to lose weight, or work harder to get a raise at work. Many times, however, we are so busy chasing these smaller goals we fail to look at the big picture. What we should be setting are life goals…
 
Normal veterinarian attire includes many things. For example, a white coat, blue scrubs, stethoscope, cap, and pair of gloves. But a crown? Never. Not unless your name is Dr. Debbye Turner Bell, of course! That is because in addition to being a veterinarian, Debbye was also the winner of Miss America in 1990. Originally born in Hawaii, this communi…
 
Dr. Mira Tabet was 8 years old when she realized her love for animals. Ever since then, she was surrounded by dogs. Her first dog was her first best friend and partner in crime. Her first pets fuelled her desire to become a vet and do her best to take care of every pet she comes across and not have any pet owner go through what she went through. He…
 
Loving what you do for work isn’t a requirement to have a successful career. But it sure helps! Luckily for Dr. Craig Clifford, the hours fly by when he is at work. That’s because for this veterinarian, medical oncology and improving the lives of pets is what he was made for. “I truly love what I do,” he says. Dr. Clifford is a graduate of Mississi…
 
The purpose of a veterinary mentor is to help you grow as a person and become the best version of yourself. This may involve helping you achieve your personal or career goals, introducing you to new ways of thinking, challenging your limiting assumptions, sharing valuable life lessons, and much more. On this episode of Vet Candy IRL, host, Dr. Shan…
 
A cat comes into the clinic with a complaint that he is walking strangly, almost on his tippy toes. What would you do for this kitty? Dr. Courtney Campbell talks with fellow veterinary surgeon, Dr. Rebecca Webb, who tells all about the Mystery of the Tippy Toed Cat. This program is RACE approved for veterinary and veterinary continuing education ch…
 
Ever since she was a little girl, Amanda knew she wanted to be a veterinarian. Now, with the title “Dr.” in front of her name, that dream has become a reality! For this University of Tennessee graduate, being one of some 47,000 veterinarians in the United States is more than just a job – it is a calling. But unlike the thousands of other vet med pr…
 
An older cat comes into the clinic for a checkup after 2 months of diarrhea and appetite issues. What would you do to help this cat? Dr. Courtney Campbell talks with veterinary internist, Dr. Forrest Cummings, who tells all about the Mystery of Cat with Chronic Diarrhea. This program is RACE approved for veterinary and veterinary continuing educati…
 
A small 5 month old Siamese kitten comes into the clinic for a checkup. The cat had signs of labored breathing, heart murmur, and exercise intolerance. What would you do to help this cat? Dr. Courtney Campbell talks with Dr. Tomas Infernuso, who tells all about the Mystery of the Lazy Kitten. Trust us, you will be on the edge of your seat for this …
 
Thank you to Trudell Animal Health for sponsoring this program! You receive a call from a concerned horse owner about Jazz, a slightly overweight quarter horse who has had a sporadic cough for over a year. Despite supportive care and living outside in a beautiful sunny pasture, Jazz has random episodes of respiratory distress and sometimes they are…
 
A tiny kitten comes into the clinic with a very swollen belly for a first time check-up. His belly is swollen and pendulous. What would you do for this kitty? Dr. Courtney Campbell talks with Dr. Jessica Trice, who tells all about The Mystery of the Constipated Kitty. This program is RACE approved for veterinary and veterinary continuing education …
 
If you haven't listened to 21 Questions with Galaxy Vet's, Dr. Tara McCarthy, you're in for a treat. Every time we encounter Dr. Tara, whether it's on her Instagram (follow her if you don't already) or on Linked IN, she instantly delights with her authenticity, vibrancy and humor. Her 21 interview is a guide for enjoying your life. Our favorite par…
 
Dragons are among the most popular mythological creatures, many cultures even believed that they were real beings. Dragons have appeared in numerous fantasy stories from The Game of Thrones to Harry Potter, but just where do these mythical monsters come from? On this episode of Obsessed with the Palmers, hosts Clay and Caitlin Palmer take on this m…
 
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! I hope you are humming that song now because my brain can’t help but fill in “with kids jingle belling and everyone telling you be of good cheer!” On a serious note, I do believe it is the most wonderful time of the year but sometimes I find myself struggling to go along with the rest of this song and be of…
 
A cat comes into the clinic with a complaint that he is walking strangly, almost on his tippy toes. What would you do for this kitty? Dr. Courtney Campbell talks with fellow veterinary surgeon, Dr. Rebecca Webb, who tells all about the Mystery of the Tippy Toed Cat. This program is RACE approved for veterinary and veterinary continuing education ch…
 
According to Psychology Today, perfectionism is a trait that makes life an endless report card on accomplishments or looks. When healthy, it can be self-motivating and drive you to overcome adversity and achieve success. When unhealthy, it can be a fast and enduring track to unhappiness. What makes extreme perfectionism so toxic is that while those…
 
A cat comes into the clinic with an acute enlarged abdomen and a history of “not doing right.” What would you do for this kitty? Dr. Courtney Campbell talks with veterinary technicians, Peter Carlos and Jaycee who tell the story of the Mystery of the Cat with the Big Belly. You won't believe what happens next! This program is RACE approved for vete…
 
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! I hope you are humming that song now because my brain can’t help but fill in “with kids jingle belling and everyone telling you be of good cheer!” On a serious note, I do believe it is the most wonderful time of the year but sometimes I find myself struggling to go along with the rest of this song and be of…
 
On this episode of Living Well with Dr. Jessica, we meet Dr. Sonya Brouillette, a veterinarian and homeschool mom. She is also is one of the leaders of the Christian Veterinary Moms group on Facebook. She talks about her life, how things don't always turn out the way you expect them to and why it is important to count your blessings. We love you fo…
 
On this episode of Vet Candy IRL, we meet veterinary behaviorist Dr. Sally Foote, who explains that there is no such thing as a bad dog. Dr Sally is a small animal veterinarian with a behavior practice in Illinois. She has owned Okaw Veterinary Clinic for over 25 years, and in that course developed a passion for helping owners prevent behavior prob…
 
Dr. Corina Collins has many ways to destress. She loves listening to music, practicing yoga, watching HGTV, and jumping the very tricky Double Dutch after a hectic day. In fact, she is something of an expert at helping people feel better…and pets, too! After graduating with a bachelor's degree in Animal Science from Tuskegee University and later at…
 
✨ Thank you to Credelio for Cats for sponsoring our show!✨ A sick cat comes into the veterinary clinic for a checkup. Something is wrong because this cat is usually really mean but he’s just sitting calmly on the exam table. Something is wrong, really wrong. What would you do next? Listen in to Mysteries with Dr. Courtney Campbell and see how this …
 
If you are connected with Dr. DJ Haeussler on social media, chances are that you have been enjoying his constant feed of graphic ocular disease images- including retinal detachments, corneal ruptures, and corneal squamous cell carcinomas. If you are into eye disease, then Dr. DJ is your man! This Ohio native and board certified veterinary ophthalmo…
 
Thank you to Credelio for Cats for sponsoring this program! A cat comes into your clinic with a history of not eating and vague signs of lethargy. What would you do for this kitty? Dr. Courtney Campbell talks with Dr. Shannon Gregoire who tells the story of the Mystery of the Lethargic Kitty. Mysteries with Dr. Courtney takes a look at some of the …
 
There are 168 hours in a week. But for Dr. Stacy Choczynski Johnson, time flies by at the speed of light! She is a veterinary industry advocate and pet insurance expert dedicated to comprehensive patient care, STEM education, and women’s leadership. Not to mention, a mom-on-the-move. For this first-generation college student turned Cornell Universi…
 
Thanks to Credelio Cat for sponsoring! On this episode of Mysteries with Dr. Courtney Campbell, we are joined by Kentucky veterinary veterinary dermatologist and star of Nat Geo Wild's Pop the Vet, Dr. Joya Griffin and we learn about her strangest medical case ever. You won't believe what happened! This program is brought to you by Credelio for Cat…
 
According to legend, a werewolf is a man who turns into a wolf at night and devours animals, people, or corpses but returns to human form by day. Some werewolves change shape at will; others, in whom the condition is hereditary or acquired by having been bitten by a werewolf, change shape involuntarily, under the influence of a full moon. If he is …
 
According to legend, a werewolf is a man who turns into a wolf at night and devours animals, people, or corpses but returns to human form by day. Some werewolves change shape at will; others, in whom the condition is hereditary or acquired by having been bitten by a werewolf, change shape involuntarily, under the influence of a full moon. If he is …
 
Zombies are often portrayed as undead, flesh-eating, decaying corpses. Zombies have enjoyed a popularity surge in recent years. Whether they’re devouring their prey in The Walking Dead or trying to take over the world in Resident Evil, zombies dominate pop culture. But are zombies real? Unlike many other monsters—which are mostly a product of super…
 
Zombies are often portrayed as undead, flesh-eating, decaying corpses. Zombies have enjoyed a popularity surge in recent years. Whether they’re devouring their prey in The Walking Dead or trying to take over the world in Resident Evil, zombies dominate pop culture. But are zombies real? Unlike many other monsters—which are mostly a product of super…
 
The modern day term, Vampire usually refers to mythological or folkloric beings who feed by draining and consuming the blood of living beings. The word “vampire” has been around for centuries, even mentioned in Babylonian demonology. But, it took Bram Stoker's Dracula to create our current popular vision of a vampire with their sexy looks and roman…
 
‘Hocus Pocus’ Are the Sanderson sisters real? The Sanderson sisters are back in ‘Hocus Pocus 2' but are they based on real people? These iconic evil sisters are witches from Salem in the movie franchise. Could the characters be based on historical characters? The answer is more complicated than you might think. On this episode of Obsessed with the …
 
In the deep forests of Braxton County, West Virginia lies a cryptid story like no other. On September 12 in 1952, a family in Flatwoods said they were visited by an alien spacecraft. That mysterious night became national–and eventually international–news that put this tiny town on the map. Alien or monster? On this episode of Obsessed with the Palm…
 
The modern day term, Vampire usually refers to mythological or folkloric beings who feed by draining and consuming the blood of living beings. The word “vampire” has been around for centuries, even mentioned in Babylonian demonology. But, it took Bram Stoker's Dracula to create our current popular vision of a vampire with their sexy looks and roman…
 
The modern day term, Vampire usually refers to mythological or folkloric beings who feed by draining and consuming the blood of living beings. The word “vampire” has been around for centuries, even mentioned in Babylonian demonology. But, it took Bram Stoker's Dracula to create our current popular vision of a vampire with their sexy looks and roman…
 
Thanks to Credelio Cat for sponsoring! On this episode of Mysteries with Dr. Courtney Campbell, we are joined by New Jersey veterinary criticalist, Dr. Carey Hemelgarn and we learn about her strangest medical case ever. You won't believe what happened! This program is brought to you by Credelio for Cats. 😻 😻 😻 😻 Protect your cat from fleas and tick…
 
The Sanderson sisters are back in ‘Hocus Pocus 2' but are they based on real people? These iconic evil sisters are witches from Salem in the movie franchise. Could the characters be based on historical characters? The answer is more complicated than you might think. On this episode of Obsessed with the Palmers, Caitlin and Clay investigate on the t…
 
The Sanderson sisters are back in ‘Hocus Pocus 2' but are they based on real people? These iconic evil sisters are witches from Salem in the movie franchise. Could the characters be based on historical characters? The answer is more complicated than you might think. On this episode of Obsessed with the Palmers, Caitlin and Clay investigate on the t…
 
Trigger warning. This episode of Desk Wench Confessions contains descriptions of self harm and suicide ideation. Contact the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline if you are experiencing mental health-related distress or are worried about a loved one who may need crisis support. ********************************************************** One of few good t…
 
Trigger warning. This episode of Desk Wench Confessions contains descriptions of self harm and suicide ideation. Contact the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline if you are experiencing mental health-related distress or are worried about a loved one who may need crisis support. ********************************************************** One of few good t…
 
On this episode of Obsessed with the Palmers, we meet the Bunyip. According to an Aboriginal legend, a Bunyip is a man-eating monster called the bunyip once lived in the swamps of Australia. The mysterious creature roamed the backwaters at night hunting for people to eat. WE love you for listening!! If you have a mythological beast or an urban lege…
 
It happens to every business, maybe it is a malicious social media post or a call from a reporter looking for a hot story. If these aren't handled the right way, it can turn in to a big disaster. On this episode of Vet Candy IRL, we meet Eric Fischgrund, the CEO of founder of FischTank PR. Eric talks about how to deal with negativity in the media, …
 
They might knock on your door late one night. Or you may see them approaching you when you are taking a short cut through the woods. They seem like innocent kids that need your help, but you soon notice that something is off. What is it? it is their eyes! Their eyes are pure black from lid-to-lid, nothing but black. On this episode of Obsessed with…
 
Okay, there's something that makes your hair stand on end when you think of wandering alone in a dark forest. Is it because we remember the fairy tale of Hansel and Gretel - the brother and sister abandoned in a forest that fall into the hands of a cannibalistic witch who lives in a house made of gingerbread and candy? If so, what you may be most a…
 
Okay, there's something that makes your hair stand on end when you think of wandering alone in a dark forest. Is it because we remember the fairy tale of Hansel and Gretel - the brother and sister abandoned in a forest that fall into the hands of a cannibalistic witch who lives in a house made of gingerbread and candy? If so, what you may be most a…
 
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