Charlie (a rewrite)

David E. Larsen, DVM It was a bright sunny afternoon in early June when I pulled up to the gate of the McCubbins’ farm. Frank had a llama with a vaginal prolapse and was close to her delivery date. When I got out to open the gate, I noticed a feral momma cat with aContinue reading “Charlie (a rewrite)”

No Room in the Inn

┬áD. E. Larsen, DVM I hadn’t been watching the clock and was a little surprised when Debbie Walk came through the door a half-hour late. That was unusual for her, and it usually meant she had a problem. “What’s up today?” I asked. “I have a ewe, Becky, that I am keeping out at Darlene’s,Continue reading “No Room in the Inn”

A Potential Wreck

D. E. Larsen, DVM Joan was a new owner on a ranch on Brush Creek. Joan was an older lady and had a ranch in Eugene. When we first met, I thought she seemed knowledgeable about cows. But in the last few months, Joan has been moving more cows from her ranch in Eugene. AtContinue reading “A Potential Wreck”