The Budget Book

 D. E. Larsen, DVM Some life lessons are quickly learned, others not so much. And then, some lessons come by surprise and are entirely unexpected. When I started veterinary school, I still had a couple of years left on the GI Bill and several thousand dollars still in the bank from my Army savings. IContinue reading “The Budget Book”

Lacerations

D. E. Larsen, DVM The big Holstein cow groaned a little as we pulled the massive calf out through the large incision in her right flank. Dr. Reese and I had been working for some time doing this C-section. To say this was an oversized fetus was an understatement. This was the largest calf IContinue reading “Lacerations”

Financial Aid

D. E. Larsen, DVM I looked hard at the man seated behind the desk.  His dark hair was fading into a grizzled gray. His oversized nose had a mass of red pimples. I suspect it was Rosacea. The wrinkles in his face were smoothed a bit by its puffiness. His large ears actually added balanceContinue reading “Financial Aid”