All Creatures Great and Small - Study Guide Chapter 34 Summary & Analysis

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Dr. Angus Grier has become ill with the flu, and Herriot must help him with his practice. Remembering the rubber suit incident, Herriot is hardly overjoyed, but he complies. Herriot has to live with the Griers during his stay and is treated to porridge for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, punctuated by the frequent complaining of Dr. Grier. Herriot gets a call to take care of a cow with a prolapse, and Dr. Grier instructs him to just put the uterus back and not place any retention sutures in place. Although this is against Herriot's good judgment, he complies.

Several days later, Herriot is called back. The uterus has come back out because there were no retention sutures, and it is now damaged and filthy. Dr. Grier accompanies Herriot and repairs the damage, although he does not take responsibility for the accident. The farmer is very upset and...

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