All Creatures Great and Small - Study Guide Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Herriot finishes removing a large tumor from a Labrador retriever. The dog, which is still anethesitized, is placed in front of the stove while Herriot goes about his morning rounds.

When everyone returns for lunch, the dog is still out cold. Then the dog begins howling every few minutes, with no sign of waking. Dr. Farnon and Herriot leave for their afternoon rounds, leaving Tristan to care for the dog.

When Dr. Farnon and Herriot return, the dog is still howling. Tristan is frazzled and can't seem to take the horrible noise any more. Dr. Farnon and Herriot have a meeting to attend that night, so once again Tristan is left with the dog. They return at midnight after sharing a few drinks with their colleagues. As they go up to the house, they can hear the dog howling. Herriot finds Tristan surrounded by empty beer bottles...

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