Cate’s Turkey

 D. E. Larsen, DVM There was nobody around when I pulled into George’s place. I started to get out to knock on a door when I spotted everyone out at the barn. We pulled around the hillside to the barn. This was great, all the cows were under cover, and the chute and crowding alleyContinue reading “Cate’s Turkey”

Something is Moving in There 

 D. E. Larsen, DVM Hopefully, this was the last of the summer heat. The thermometer was already creeping past eighty as I returned to the clinic from lunch. I was thankful for the new air conditioner that we had just installed in the clinic. It was a relief to step into the cool air insideContinue reading Something is Moving in There 

Eperythrozoonosis, From the Archives

D. E. Larsen, DVM Jack was at the corral gate when I pulled into his upper barnyard. He was opened the gate as I stepped out of the truck. There in the middle of the corral was a young llama lying down and obviously not feeling well. “Jack, it’s good to see you. How areContinue reading “Eperythrozoonosis, From the Archives”