Dancer’s Dilemma

D. E. Larsen, DVM Dancer was standing in the exam room when I entered. Unlike her usual demeanor, she barely acknowledged me. She was concentrating on her next breath. Dancer is a walker hound. A fine confident hunter, she is one of Leon’s leading girls. For Dancer to be distressed, she must have a majorContinue reading “Dancer’s Dilemma”

On the Wheel with a Broken Wheel, From the Archives

D. E. Larsen, DVM Pat was standing at the counter, clutching a shoebox in her hands. “I know we impose on your generosity, Dr. Larsen,” she said. “But the class is heartbroken over Blossom. Can you get a look at her?” “Don’t feel like you’re imposing, Pat,” I said. “I see all the classroom petsContinue reading “On the Wheel with a Broken Wheel, From the Archives”

An Unfortunate Family Conflict 

D. E. Larsen, DVM Cody almost danced on the exam table. His stub of a tail wagged so hard that it wagged his entire rear end. “Whoa!” I said as Cody was trying to lick my face. “You can hardly contain yourself, Cody.” “He is so happy to go in the truck. He doesn’t careContinue reading “An Unfortunate Family Conflict “