All Creatures Great and Small - Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 29 Summary

It doesn't take long for Cranford to complain to Dr. Farnon. Cranford arrives at Skedale House and is beset by Dr. Farnon's five dogs that refuse to quiet down. The conversation is punctuated by their barking until Cranford leaves in disgust.

Cranford continues to ask Dr. Farnon's practice to look after his animals, however, provided that Herriot isn't the vet on the job. A few days later, Cranford asks Dr. Farnon to send over some ointment for his cows. As Dr. Farnon prepares the ointment, Tristan comes in. Dr. Farnon asks Tristan to take the ointment to Cranford and deliver a fecal sample to a nearby laboratory for testing. He asks Tristan if he thinks he can handle this, given his recent bungles.

Tristan replies in the affirmative and is sent on his way. Three days later, a letter arrives from Cranford. He is threatening legal action...

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