Charlie (a rewrite)

David E. Larsen, DVM It was a bright sunny afternoon in early June when I pulled up to the gate of the McCubbins’ farm. Frank had a llama with a vaginal prolapse and was close to her delivery date. When I got out to open the gate, I noticed a feral momma cat with aContinue reading “Charlie (a rewrite)”

Eperythrozoonosis, From the Archives

D. E. Larsen, DVM Jack was at the corral gate when I pulled into his upper barnyard. He was opened the gate as I stepped out of the truck. There in the middle of the corral was a young llama lying down and obviously not feeling well. “Jack, it’s good to see you. How areContinue reading “Eperythrozoonosis, From the Archives”

Eperythrozoonosis

D. E. Larsen, DVM Jack was at the corral gate when I pulled into his upper barnyard. He was opened the gate as I stepped out of the truck. There in the middle of the corral was a young llama lying down and obviously not feeling well. “Jack, it’s good to see you. How areContinue reading “Eperythrozoonosis”