The Stone’s Story

D. E. Larsen, DVM Raymond came through the door with little Sophie cradled in the crook of his arm. Sophie was a really small Chihuahua, and Raymond, her owner, was a large man. It was one of the things that I always found a little odd. Some of the largest men were attached to theseContinue reading “The Stone’s Story”

The Siberian Mouse Hound

D. E. Larsen, DVM George and Smudge waddled through the door together. Smudge was some sort of a Dachshund mix. Smudge had a long body, broad shoulders, and legs that were just long enough to keep an oversized belly from dragging on the ground. “What are you two in to see the doctor for today,”Continue reading “The Siberian Mouse Hound”

On the Wheel with a Broken Wheel

D. E. Larsen, DVM Pat was standing at the counter, clutching a shoebox in her hands. “I know we impose on your generosity, Dr. Larsen,” she said. “But the class is heartbroken over Blossom. Can you get a look at her?” “Don’t feel like you’re imposing, Pat,” I said. “I see all the classroom petsContinue reading “On the Wheel with a Broken Wheel”