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"He was relaxed and smiling, the farmer and his helpers were smiling, even the cow was smiling. There was no dirt or blood or sweat anywhere." Chapter 1, page 1.

"Oh aye, he's womitin. Womitin bad, sorr." Chapter 2, page 14.

"Animals are unpredictable things, and so our life is unpredictable. It's a long tale of little triumphs and disasters and you've got to really like it to stick it." Chapter 5, page 38.

"'Oh, Mr. Herriot,' Mrs. Pumphrey said, looking at her pet anxiously. 'I'm so glad you've come. Tricki has gone flop-bott again."' Chapter 13, page 86.

"If you decide to become a veterinary surgeon you will never grow rich, but you will have a life of endless interest and variety." Chapter 19, page 120.

"'Well, well, well,' he bawled heartily at Miss Harbottle. 'It's Flossie! And what's my little darlin' doing this fine day?"' Chapter 26, page 161.

"It isn't only the four legged...

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