Four Front Feet 

 D. E. Larsen, DVM I slowed as I approached Sudie’s driveway. It was hard to see in the daylight and almost impossible at ten o’clock at night. Sudie was waiting at the barn and waved when I pulled into the driveway. A late-night call was unusual for Sudie, especially on a Saturday night. She wasContinue reading “Four Front Feet “

Charlie and Betty Land, Foster, From the Archives

D. E. Larsen, DVM  Charlie’s horses were pretty well managed, and after the breeding season, there was not a lot to do around the farm. Betty managed to keep their account pretty active.     “What brings you in today?” I asked Betty when she eased through the front door. Betty was a slightly built ladyContinue reading “Charlie and Betty Land, Foster, From the Archives”

Drunken Hounds 

D. E. Larsen, DVM I stood in the driveway, waiting for Jeremy to come out of the house, and I could see several hounds in the large kennel behind the house. They were staggering around, just like Jeremy described in his call. I watched as Jeremy made his way out of the back door ofContinue reading “Drunken Hounds “