All Creatures Great and Small - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

Dr. Farnon asks Herriot to take a dog to Dr. Angus Grier, a nearby veterinarian. Dr. Grier has seen this dog in the past, and Dr. Farnon doesn't think it is right to take his patient away from him. Herriot travels to Brawton and meets Dr. Grier. The man is a Scot, like Herriot, but they couldn't be any more different. Dr. Grier is a blowhard and goes through assistants like water. This is attributed to his nasty disposition and constant badgering.

Dr. Grier operates on the dog and then tells Herriot that he can't take the dog until it comes out of the anesthetic. While they wait, Dr. Grier asks Herriot to accompany him on a call to a nearby farm. The call is for the cleansing of a cow, an incredibly dirty job. Herriot tries to get out of helping by claiming that he isn't...

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