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All Creatures Great and Small Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3 Summary

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Chapter 3 Summary

Herriot's job interview begins with Dr. Farnon showing him around the laboratory at the clinic. Dr. Farnon has kept all of the antiquated equipment left behind by the former veterinarian of Darrowby, as well as adding new equipment and medications. Dr. Farnon seems to be in awe of these remedies and takes his job very seriously. Herriot tells him about the callers who stopped by earlier in the afternoon, and Dr. Farnon translates the local dialect for Herriot. One of the farmer's cows has mastitis, and they decide that Herriot will accompany Dr. Farnon on the rest of his calls for the day, including the visit to this cow.

Herriot and Dr. Farnon begin their calls at a farm where a draft horse is suffering from a sore foot. Herriot believes that the horse has pus trapped in his hoof, and Dr. Farnon has him perform the...

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