Lie Still and He Won’t Touch You

D. E. Larsen, DVM Rocket was a small horse, size-wise. But he was opinionated and spirited. And he was determined that he was going to win the battle. “I don’t know, Kay,” I said. “I think I am going to have to tranquilize Rocket before I am going to be able to float his teeth.”Continue reading Lie Still and He Won’t Touch You

The Ultimate Kiss 

D. E. Larsen, DVM I watched Bob and Ellen sitting in the reception room with Ginger sitting on Ellen’s lap. Ginger was sort of a dirty white Shih Tzu who was getting older.  Dixie was just helping Bob up and getting them into an exam room. Bob was suffering from arthritis, and with his advancingContinue reading The Ultimate Kiss