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 “

The Unusual Colic, From the Archives

D. E. Larsen, DVM I hurried along Berlin Road as the last of the daylight was fading into twilight. Hank had an old horse down with colic. I always dreaded colic calls. Many were simple fixes, but there was no place close to send them for abdominal surgery if it was a complex colic. FewContinue reading “The Unusual Colic, From the Archives”

Alice’s Leg 

D. E. Larsen, DVM I was just finishing up in the surgery room after doing a spay on a small dog when Sandy appeared at the surgery room door. “Larry is on the phone,” Sandy said. “He thinks he has a cow with a broken front leg. He wants you to get a look atContinue reading “Alice’s Leg “