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”

Harry’s Place

D. E. Larsen, DVM “Hi Doc, I’m glad you could come this morning,” Harry said as he stepped out of the mobile home into the morning mist. “I have a couple of new calves with diarrhea. They are still up and around, but I don’t want to take a chance on losing them.” A coupleContinue reading “Harry’s Place”

Don’t Put Her in the Barn

D. E. Larsen, DVM Looking around as I waited for George, it was apparent this is a well kept old ranch, probably by a perfectionist. There was nothing out of place. The barn was old, with a little bow in the roof’s ridgeline, but it had a fresh coat of bright red paint. The smallContinue reading “Don’t Put Her in the Barn”