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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Herriot do for Mrs Donovan and Roy?

2. What happened to Badger?

3. What do Helen and Herriot need that he is designated to pick up at house sales?

4. Who is Richard Edmundson?

5. After driving by the scene of the hauntings at night, what is Herriot surprised by when he returns to Skeldale house?

Short Essay Questions

1. Mr. Bentley arrives at the surgery to ask Herriot to come out and see his cow the next day. What is he doing that is odd and why?

2. Describe the Dimmock family.

3. Describe the process that Herriot goes through to anesthetize Walt Bennet's horse. How does Siegfried participate?

4. Explain Tristan's role in sightings of the monk.

5. How does the day at the Darrowby show differ from the "pleasant day out" he expected it to be?

6. Explain the incident and the outcome of the tumor on the cow at Mr. Kendall's. Why did Siegfried conceal what had happened and why did the others think it was funny?

7. After Herriot and Granville attend the lecture, why is it challenging to return home?

8. Why did Cliff Tyreman have such fondness for Badger?

9. What is the relationship between veterinarians like Herriot and Siegried with Granville Bennett?

10. Describe what happens with the dog and Rob Benson's sheep. What does the farmer believe has happened? What does Herriot find out when he is called out?

Essay Topics

Essay Topic 1

In many of the stories in "All Things Bright and Beautiful," there is a major challenge handling the animal enough to treat it medically. For example in chapter eighteen Herriot nearly gets severely injured by the bull Monty.

Part 1. What is the responsibility of the person who has decided to make veterinary practice their livelihood to be able to handle dangerous animals?

Part 2. What is the responsibility of the owner of the animal to make sure the veterinarian can safely and easily treat their animal?

Part 3. Is the care of livestock and farm animals it different than for household pets? Why or why not?

Part 4. If an accident were to occur resulting in injury, who is responsible?

Part 5. What other service people put their lives or well being at risk to do their jobs if someone else is ill-prepared? Should they have to?

Essay Topic 2

Write an essay on sulphonamides.

Part 1. How and when were they discovered? By who?

Part 2. How do they work and what do they treat?

Part 3. What effect did the use of sulphonamides have? What did they pave the way for?

Part 4. What diseases or afflictions have most been controlled by sulphonamides and antibiotics?

Essay Topic 3

Discuss the value of prompt treatment.

Part 1. What are the possible negative ramifications of waiting too long for an animal to be seen by a vet?

Part 2. What signs might an animal display that you might reasonably decide to wait to seek treatment?

Part 3. What symptoms might an animal display that indicates it is important to seek prompt veterinary care?

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