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All Creatures Great and Small - Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 30 Summary

Tricki Woo is back, and this time he is very ill. Mrs. Pumphrey has overfed him to the point where he is nearly dead. Unable to eat or move, Tricki lies on the floor listlessly. Herriot is called out and decides that Tricki needs to spend two weeks away from home to recover. This nearly kills Mrs. Pumphrey, and all of the servants rush out with Tricki's toys, coats, beds, and everything else they can think of. When Herriot gets Tricki back to Skedale House, he puts him on the rug and the five dogs survey him. For the first two days, Herriot withholds food from Tricki, who is starting to come around.

By the third day, Tricki is ready to play with the other dogs and starts to recover nicely. He begins eating once a day and loses all of his excess weight just trying to...

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