Note to My Readers, No. 2

All things change as time passes. Hopefully, in the coming weeks you will find some upgrades in how this blog functions and how you can move about the pages and the archives.

At this point there are over 50 pages published on this blog.  This week we are adding our first guest author, John is a long time friend and client.  John Marble runs a grass and cattle operation in the Calapooia Valley. He is also a staff writer at On Pasture, an online magazine. (

There is probably space for other guest authors. If you have an interest, send me an email at  The theme here is veterinary medicine, animals and their people. I would prefer the stories pertain to Sweet Home, Sweet Home Veterinary Clinic or Dr. Larsen. Some from Myrtle Point or Enumclaw could be accepted. Like all rules, there will be exceptions.

So this week we welcome, John Marble and his story. It is scheduled for Wednesday morning.

Very soon, hopefully when you read this, I will have some stories starting to appear in a column in The New Era.

My Facebook page can be found under David E. Larsen. 

In the future, I may start a Facebook page for the blog.

Published by d.e.larsen.dvm

Country vet for over 40 years in Sweet Home Oregon. I graduated from Colorado State University in 1975. I practiced in Enumclaw Washington for a year and a half before moving to Sweet Home to start a practice.

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