Della’s Mammary Tumor, Part Two 

D. E. Larsen, DVM Note: Continued from Della’s Mammary Tumor, Part One I noticed Della waiting in the reception area. She was still excited to come after getting injections every couple of weeks for the last eight months. She was turning circles on Wilma’s lap, and Wilma had a frown on her face. I motionedContinue reading “Della’s Mammary Tumor, Part Two “

Della’s Mammary Tumor, Part One 

D. E. Larsen, DVM Della was a middle-aged white poodle. She could hardly contain herself and was wiggling all over the exam table when I entered the room.  Wilma displayed no such excitement. She was a nurse and usually knowledgeable about Della’s health care. “What is going on with Della today?” I asked as IContinue reading “Della’s Mammary Tumor, Part One “

Don’t Be So Sure

D. E. Larsen, DVM I could smell the problem before I could see it. The entire front of the clinic reeked of the foul odor of rotten flesh. Dixie was waiting outside of the exam room. The air inside was not something you wanted to breathe for too long. “Mrs. Johnson is in the examContinue reading “Don’t Be So Sure”