Run for Your Life, From the Archives

D. E. Larsen, DVM Joe always wanted Comet checked for one thing or the other. He was waiting for his turn in the exam room with Comet on his lap. Comet was a young Whippet. There was not an ounce of fat on his entire body. I could about define every muscle on him, justContinue reading “Run for Your Life, From the Archives”

Nessie’s Demise 

D. E. Larsen, DVM It had been several years since I had seen Ayers when I noticed Sandy showing him and Nessie into the exam room. I knew he had a few tough years, as is always the case when an old man loses his wife. Nessie was a rough-looking little miniature schnauzer. She wouldn’tContinue reading “Nessie’s Demise “

Apache’s Problem 

D. E. Larsen, DVM I had just settled into bed, glancing at the clock. It was just after 11:00. The morning will come soon enough. I thought as I rolled on my side and closed my eyes. The phone was quick to jar me back to my senses. “Hello, this is Dr. Larsen,” I saidContinue reading “Apache’s Problem “