All Things Bright and Beautiful - Study Guide Chapters 4-6 Summary & Analysis

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The dog Clancy and his deaf master Joe Mulligan are the subjects of the next chapter. Siegfried learns both Herriot and Tristan have examined this huge dog only to report the animal is "pretty lively." They suspect Clancy's problem with vomiting is caused by his habit of eating any bit of trash he finds. Siegfried is unhappy with his colleagues' report on the dog and decides to go himself and do an examination. Siegfried finds the dog just as ominous as Herriot and Tristan did and decides quickly to skip the examination also. Not to be undone by the dog Siegfried schedules an appointment with the dog so that all three men will be present. Siegfried devises a plan for the three to restrain Clancy and sedate him so he can be examined thoroughly. When the time for the appointment comes, however, Mulligan is late...

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