The Lord God Made Them All - Chapters 25-27 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 25-27 Summary and Analysis

Herriot begins Chapter 25 bemoaning the fact that he has been summoned to a call on Sunday evening. He is upset that the animal has been sick for more that a week, yet the owners wait until Sunday to call for the vet. He plans in his mind the speech he will give the owner about how a veterinarian likes to rest on Sunday evening also, and that they should have called during the week if the animal had been sick that long. As soon as he enters the home, however, Herriot loses much of his gusto and never makes his prepared speech. He learns the dog is the companion of bedridden Ron Cundall, a man who was injured working as a miner. The dog, a dachshund, is suffering with the beginnings of paralysis of his back legs. Although Herriot...

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