Dig the Hole Deep 

D. E. Larsen, DVM Mom stepped out of the kitchen as soon as I came through the door. There was no smile on her face, which could only mean that there was work to be done. “I want you to change into work clothes,” Mom said. “I was up checking Lila and Robert’s today. TheyContinue reading Dig the Hole Deep 

Halloween, October 1973

D. E. Larsen, DVM The girls were excited about trick-or-treating. The only problem, it was cold in Colorado in late October. Brenda, a second grader, was well-versed in what was going on. Amy, at just short of 2 years old, had no idea what was happening, but she was excited anyway. The chore was onContinue reading Halloween, October 1973

It’s a Hard Job

 D. E. Larsen, DVM I was finishing up in the surgery room when Sandy entered the room.  “You have Pat in the exam room,” Sandy said. “She is worried that her new kittens are dying.” “Tell her I will be just a couple of minutes,” I said. “I just have to clean up a bit.”Continue reading It’s a Hard Job