The Dart’s Glance, From the Archives

D. E. Larsen, DVM Fred Briggs waited patiently while I was finishing up on my office calls. He always came at the end of the day, maybe because we were close to his home in Albany, but I liked to think because he knew he would have more time to talk with me. Fred wasContinue reading “The Dart’s Glance, From the Archives”

Several Days in February, From the Archives

D. E. Larsen, DVM I looked for a spot in the trunk for my bag. There were six of us stuffed into the sedan for our trip to Nebraska. My bet was, I was the only one who had been in the military. You didn’t need to bring your entire wardrobe for a one weekContinue reading “Several Days in February, From the Archives”

The Swollen Scrotum

D. E. Larsen, DVM It looked like another hot day with no rain in sight. August in Sweet Home was usually hot and dry.  With the heat, our days were often slow. Especially the large animal side of things. Dr. Craig had warned me that the cattle practice would be feast or famine.  “Busy inContinue reading The Swollen Scrotum