All Creatures Great and Small - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32 Summary

Herriot is called out to another case of milk fever at Mr. Handshaw's. The injection of calcium does not work as planned, however. The cow recovers, but she will not get up. They try a number of ways to get her on her feet, with some not-so-helpful suggestions from Handshaw's neighbors. Finally Herriot says he will be back the next day, leaving Handshaw to bemoan the fact that his father is no longer there to help him.

The next day, many neighbors are on hand to help raise the cow. Again, they offer a number of suggestions but no actual help in lifting the cow. Even though they get her hindquarters in the air, the cow still refuses to stand. Someone remembers that having a strange dog bark at a cow will get her up, and everyone rushes off to get their dogs. In a short time...

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