All Things Bright and Beautiful - Study Guide Chapters 45-48 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 45 Herriot tries a new drug on some cows with white scour. Before administering the drug the cows were deathly sick, lying motionless on the barn floor. Although the farmer wants to go ahead and call the knacker because he can get more money for live cows Herriot convinces the farmer to let him try this new medication. Herriot fears the cows will still die but to his surprise they are much improved the next day. Herriot considers this quick recovery one of the miracles of his practice.

In Chapter 46 Herriot admits although he is primarily a large animal doctor, he still enjoys working with household pets. Magnus is one of the more colorful pets Herriot has treated. Because of Magnus' dislike for Herriot, Herriot is forced to speak in a whisper anytime he visits the Drovers' Arms, an inn where Magnus lives. When...

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