Stuck in the Barn

D. E. Larsen, DVM Looking over the field carefully, I could see the guard dog with sheep in the far corner. He had stood up when I pulled into the driveway, and he was watching me now. He was a large Great Pyrenees and a large one at that. He towered over the sheep whoContinue reading “Stuck in the Barn”

Faux Coyote Attack

D. E. Larsen, DVM “Doc, I need you to come out and document some sheep who were chewed up by coyotes last night,” Carl said. “How many are dead?” I asked. “I have a half dozen that are chewed up pretty bad. I haven’t found any dead ones at this point. I think they areContinue reading “Faux Coyote Attack”

When do You Say When

D. E. Larsen, DVM Nessie came out from under the feed rack, shaking her head vigorously as the small rat hung limply from her mouth. Nessie was a small, straw-colored Cairn Terrier.  “That’s the way to get ‘em,” Ayers hollered as Nessie discarded the dead rat and ran up the hill toward us. Ayers laughedContinue reading “When do You Say When”