Horse Trailer Down

 D. E. Larsen, DVM  I slowed as I approached the accident. The flashing lights looked like it was coming from several emergency vehicles. There were cars stopped and parked along the road, and many people were gathered around and watching. I pulled up behind the ambulance and got out of my van. I was aContinue reading “Horse Trailer Down”

The Daughter’s Horse

D. E. Larsen, DVM I slowed the truck to a stop while I reread the directions. I was meeting a man at his horse pasture. It was not associated with a house, and we didn’t have a street number. When I looked up from the notes, I could see the guy waving at me fromContinue reading “The Daughter’s Horse”

All Hell Broke Loose

D. E. Larsen, DVM “I have been looking at Sophie’s horse for a couple of days now,” Don says as we were lining out our morning calls. “I would like you to come along this morning and get your opinion. This is low-grade colic. I think it must be an obstruction, but I have notContinue reading “All Hell Broke Loose”