All Creatures Great and Small - Study Guide Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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Dr. Grier's visit has reduced him back to his bedridden state, and Herriot has to stay longer. A call comes in from a Mrs. Mallard, who thinks her dog has a bone in its throat. Dr. Grier tries to get up, but he can't. He tells Herriot that it won't be a bone in the throat, but pharyngitis. Surprised that Dr. Grier can make long-distance diagnoses, Herriot follows his advice.

Herriot arrives at Mrs. Mallard's and is greeted by a woman in a green ball gown, heavy make-up, and overpowering perfume. She is obviously not expecting him, and Herriot tells her that Dr. Grier is sick. Mrs. Mallard takes him to the dog, which is just fine. Herriot examines him just in case, and he tells Mrs. Marshall that it must be a case of pharyngitis.

Thinking the incident very strange, Herriot returns to the office. The...

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