My First Ski Trip 

D. E. Larsen, DVM The Harz Mountains were located not far to the south of Schöningen, where I lived in the Army in Germany. They were not tall mountains like in southern Germany, but they had some ski resorts. Our group from the maintenance shop was at dinner in Braunschweig. We would occasionally gather forContinue reading “My First Ski Trip “

Table Manners for the Old Dog, from the Archives

D. E. Larsen,DVM    Frank pushed through the door with Harley. Harley was an old yellow lab, very overweight, and suffering from arthritis due to all the extra weight.      “I need to see Doc, right away if possible!” he said abruptly. “Old Harley, he is not eating much since Kara passed. I’m notContinue reading “Table Manners for the Old Dog, from the Archives”

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”