Toby’s Bullet Wound

 D. E. Larsen, DVM Ann rushed in the door with Toby clutched to her chest. After five, we were technically closed, but Ann had an emergency, plus she was a friend, a neighbor, and a long-time client. “Toby has a broken leg,” Ann said to Sandy as she stopped at the front counter. “I thinkContinue reading “Toby’s Bullet Wound”

Clyde’s Big Jill-Poke

D. E. Larsen, DVM It was almost evening in late July when Geoff pull his pickup and horse trailer to a stop along the road adjacent to our house on Ames Creek. I had just got my vet box installed on my pickup, making a few farm calls. It was far easier to practice onContinue reading “Clyde’s Big Jill-Poke”

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”