The Beard

D. E. Larsen, DVM There was a fresh dusting of snow on the road as I pulled into the back of the clinic. It was early, but I had just finished treating a cow with milk fever. Don, the other associate veterinarian in the Enumclaw clinic, came through the door before eight. “I’m thinking weContinue reading “The Beard”

New Job, New Equipment

New Job, New Equipment  D. E. Larsen, DVM I stood at the corral fence and pondered my dilemma. I had just tried to uncoil my new lariat, and it was so stiff it was all but unusable. “Doc, it looks like you need to drag that behind your truck for a couple laps around theContinue reading “New Job, New Equipment”

Elk Delivery, From the Archives

D. E. Larsen, DVM “Doc, I have a cow elk that has been walking around the pasture in labor for the last couple of hours,” Frank said into the phone. “I can see a small sac of fluid and a foot once in a while, but she is not making any progress.” “If she hasContinue reading “Elk Delivery, From the Archives”