Toby’s Bullet Wound

 D. E. Larsen, DVM Ann rushed in the door with Toby clutched to her chest. After five, we were technically closed, but Ann had an emergency, plus she was a friend, a neighbor, and a long-time client. “Toby has a broken leg,” Ann said to Sandy as she stopped at the front counter. “I thinkContinue reading “Toby’s Bullet Wound”

A Stone for his Mantle, From the Archives

D. E. Larsen, DVM Urinary stones in beef cattle in the Willamette Valley were uncommon, meaning that I would see a case once or maybe twice a year at the most. Often going several years between cases. I do not recall ever seeing more than one case on any one ranch. With that in mind,Continue reading “A Stone for his Mantle, From the Archives”

Robert W. Davis, DVM 

D. E. Larsen, DVM Preface: Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. Davis Veterinary Anatomy Scholarship (1983) “For almost four decades, Dr. Robert W. Davis served Colorado State University and the veterinary profession as a professor in the Department of Anatomy. A 1935 graduate of the Colorado A&M’s (now Colorado State University) Division of Veterinary Medicine, Dr.Continue reading “Robert W. Davis, DVM “