Ruth and the Goose

D. E. Larsen, DVM “Doctor doesn’t generally work of birds,” Sandy said to the lady on the phone. “He does make exceptions at times when it is a farm bird and not a pet. I hear you call this goose a pet.” “I only called it a pet because that is how my husband treatsContinue reading “Ruth and the Goose”

Faux Coyote Attack

D. E. Larsen, DVM “Doc, I need you to come out and document some sheep who were chewed up by coyotes last night,” Carl said. “How many are dead?” I asked. “I have a half dozen that are chewed up pretty bad. I haven’t found any dead ones at this point. I think they areContinue reading “Faux Coyote Attack”

Buffy and Harry

D. E. Larsen, DVM Harry’s car pulled up to the clinic’s front and bumped hard into the curb in the diagonal parking space. One wheel of the vehicle almost coming up on the curb.  Watching out the window, Joleen said, “It looks like Harry has been drinking too much again.” Harry stepped out of theContinue reading “Buffy and Harry”