Buffy and Harry

D. E. Larsen, DVM Harry’s car pulled up to the clinic’s front and bumped hard into the curb in the diagonal parking space. One wheel of the vehicle almost coming up on the curb.  Watching out the window, Joleen said, “It looks like Harry has been drinking too much again.” Harry stepped out of theContinue reading “Buffy and Harry”

Buck and the Fingers

D. E. Larsen, DVM Buck was resting under the giant oak tree on the corner of his barnyard. He was chewing on the remains of the trimmings from the horses’ hooves that he had gathered yesterday when Dale, the farrier, had visited his farm. This was a perfect June morning with bright sunshine and aContinue reading “Buck and the Fingers”

Shot by a Neighbor

D. E. Larsen, DVM We moved the exam table to the side of the exam room to give a little more room to examine Michael’s Great Pyrenees. Jasmine was sore and had s small spot of blood in the middle of her back. “What do you think is wrong, Doc,” Michael asked? “I don’t know.Continue reading “Shot by a Neighbor”

It’s Just a Little Cough

D. E. Larsen, DVM Doctor, my new puppy has been coughing for a couple of days now,” Lila said into the phone. “Do you think you could get a look at him?” “Sure, Lila, we are not in our clinic yet, but I can look at him at the house,” I said. “We have onlyContinue reading “It’s Just a Little Cough”

The Mangy Squirrel

The Mangy Squirrel  D. E. Larsen, DVM “Bill is out front and wants to talk with you,” Sandy said. Bill was waiting nervously at the front counter when I stepped out of the back. He motioned toward an exam room with a questioning expression on his face.  “Sure, let’s step into an exam room, Bill.”Continue reading “The Mangy Squirrel”