The Stone’s Story, From the Archives

D. E. Larsen, DVM Raymond came through the door with little Sophie cradled in the crook of his arm. Sophie was a really small Chihuahua, and Raymond, her owner, was a large man. It was one of the things that I always found a little odd. Some of the largest men were attached to theseContinue reading “The Stone’s Story, From the Archives”

Willow

 D. E. Larsen, DVM  I could see Willow sitting in the reception area. As always, she was aloft to all that was happening around her. Willow was a natural hunting dog, a Drahthear, a German wirehaired pointer. She was getting older now and had mellowed with age. She was very self-confident, like all the largerContinue reading “Willow”

Della’s Mammary Tumor, Part Two 

D. E. Larsen, DVM Note: Continued from Della’s Mammary Tumor, Part One I noticed Della waiting in the reception area. She was still excited to come after getting injections every couple of weeks for the last eight months. She was turning circles on Wilma’s lap, and Wilma had a frown on her face. I motionedContinue reading “Della’s Mammary Tumor, Part Two “