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THE WYSONG e-HEALTH LETTER
~Thoughts for Thinking People~
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TO LIGHTEN YOUR MONDAY

A man brought his dog into the veterinary clinic for a check up. After a few moments of poking and prodding, the doctor said, "Everything seems to be fine."

"What?" exclaimed the man. "How can you tell? You haven't done any testing on him or anything. I want another opinion!"

With that, the doctor turned and left the room. In a few moments, he returned with a Labrador Retriever. The Retriever went right to work, sniffing the dog on the table and checking him out thoroughly. After a considerable amount of sniffing, the Retriever, tail wagging, went, "Woof."

The veterinarian then took the Labrador out and returned in a few moments with a cat, which walked around the dog several times purring and then said, "Meow." He then jumped off the table and ran out of the room.

The veterinarian said, "There's nothing more I can do." He handed the man a bill for $600. The dog's owner, in shock, angrily said, "$600! Just to tell me my dog is fine? This is outrageous!" Doc shook his head sadly and explained, "If you had taken my word for it, the cost would have been $25, but with the Lab work and the cat scan..."


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