Poor Advice can be Expensive 

D. E. Larsen, DVM The phone jarred me awake. I rolled over and looked at the clock. It was six in the morning. Sunday morning, I liked to sleep in on Sunday morning. I got up and walked out to the kitchen to answer the phone. Amy woke up with me, the meant there wasContinue reading “Poor Advice can be Expensive “

One Little Screech

D. E. Larsen, DVM Sandy pulled into our driveway and parked. The kids all piled out of the car and head for the house. Sandy followed with a sack of groceries. “Mom hit an owl,” Brenda said as soon as she came through the door. “It just swooped down and ran right into the car,”Continue reading “One Little Screech”

Jack

D. E. Larsen, DVM Sandy and I were standing in the garage talking when Robert pulled into the driveway with his load of boxes. Robert was our UPS delivery guy and was a regular visitor to our clinic in the garage. Robert dropped the boxes on the table in the back of the garage andContinue reading “Jack”