Gus and the Manure Pile, From the Archives

D. E. Larsen, DVM Manure piles were (and still are to some extent) standard fare on Oregon farms.  They were located around the barn somewhere and served multiple uses.  They came in many shapes and sizes.  Smaller places had a simple pile outside a doorway where the barn was cleaned.  Larger farms had more elaborateContinue reading “Gus and the Manure Pile, From the Archives”

The Ugly Pinna Hematoma 

D. E. Larsen, DVM Sandy came back and leaned through the surgery room doorway. “Kevin is on his way to the clinic,” Sandy said. “I tried to slow him down, but he was pretty excited. Finn, his cow dog, has a hematoma on his ear. I told him you were still in surgery, but heContinue reading “The Ugly Pinna Hematoma “

Egor, From the Archives

D. E. Larsen, DVM Egor was a large mix breed dog.. He was large enough that he could have had some Saint Bernard in that mix. His massive head sat on a body with a broad flat back that reminded one of an aircraft carrier’s flight deck. He weighed over 110 pounds and was generallyContinue reading “Egor, From the Archives”