The Canine Parvo Virus Pandemic

D. E. Larsen, DVm Prologue Canine Parvo Virus first emerged in Europe in 1976. It was felt to result from a mutation in the feline panleukopenia virus (feline distemper virus). Canine Parvo Virus was highly contagious and a sturdy virus that survived in the environment for months. By 1978 the virus had spread worldwide, causingContinue reading “The Canine Parvo Virus Pandemic”

Faux Coyote Attack

D. E. Larsen, DVM “Doc, I need you to come out and document some sheep who were chewed up by coyotes last night,” Carl said. “How many are dead?” I asked. “I have a half dozen that are chewed up pretty bad. I haven’t found any dead ones at this point. I think they areContinue reading “Faux Coyote Attack”