Hold the Horse Down

D. E. Larsen, DVM  Mike was sitting behind the desk in the large animal hospital, his standard position during every one of our weeks of night duty at Colorado State University. “Mike, you seem to like the desk job,” I said. “Naw, not so much. I just need the experience of talking to people onContinue reading “Hold the Horse Down”

What is in a Name?

D. E. Larsen, DVM The young mare was standing in the shade of the lean-to in the corner of the pasture. I could see that her tail was soaked from explosive diarrhea. “Winnie looks like she is losing a lot of weight, Doc,” Denton said. “It seemed to happen all of a sudden, almost overnight.Continue reading “What is in a Name?”

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 “