The Spica Splint 

D. E. Larsen, DVM We stopped at the clinic to check on a cat that didn’t get picked up on Friday. Sandy and I had taken the kids to a matinee in Albany, and everyone was anxious to get home. Brenda came back to the kennel room with a bit of a frown on herContinue reading “The Spica Splint “


D. E. Larsen, DVM The girls were all waiting for me when I came through the door after work. “We have kittens!” they all screamed in unison. “We have lots of kittens,” Amy said. “Both Sam and Mittens had kittens,” Brenda said. “Sam only had one kitten, but Mittens had seven.” “Come on, we willContinue reading Morris 

Hold the Horse Down

D. E. Larsen, DVM  Mike was sitting behind the desk in the large animal hospital, his standard position during every one of our weeks of night duty at Colorado State University. “Mike, you seem to like the desk job,” I said. “Naw, not so much. I just need the experience of talking to people onContinue reading “Hold the Horse Down”