A Little Bite

D. E. Larsen, DVM Things were quiet in the clinic when Joan burst through the door. Joan was a trim young lady in her mid-thirties. She was a regular client and had Zack, a young springer spaniel, with her. Today she was covered with blood.  Her blouse and jeans had large splotches of blood onContinue reading A Little Bite

Wild Horses, From the Archives

D. E. Larsen, DVM Standing at the corral fence, we were looking at the ugliest horse that I had ever seen. She was an older roan mare that my father-in-law, Jim Leibelt, had just adopted from the Bureau of Land Management Wild Horse Adoption Center in Burns. She looked like she had just stepped offContinue reading “Wild Horses, From the Archives”

A Deadly Shunt

D. E. Larsen, DVM “How old did you say Jinx was again?” I asked Sue as I examined the thin pup on the table. “She is six months old at the end of this month,” Sue said. “That is why I am interested in getting her spayed as soon as possible. I have had troubleContinue reading “A Deadly Shunt”