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In James Herriot's final collection of veterinary tales, the storyteller describes the busiest years of his practice and the rewards of training a new generation As an aging James Herriot begins to see more house pets than livestock, the challenge of treating animals-and reassuring their owners-provides plenty of excitement, mystery, and moments of sheer delight. After building up his own practice, the renowned country vet begins to teach a new generation about a business both old-fashioned and very modern. He watches with pride as his own children show a knack for medicine, and remarks on the talents and quirks of a string of assistants. There is no perfecting the craft, since people and their animals are all remarkably different, but Herriot proves that the best healers are also the most compassionate.… (mere)
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Wise and well written as always. Nobody can tell me though that lines like these are not intentionally cheeky:

"I was in a familiar position. Lying flat on my face on a hard cobbled floor with my arm up to the shoulder inside a straining heifer. I had been doing this for over an hour and was beginning to despair."

"In these situations I would often get a big farm lad to strip off and try to reach inaccessible places for me, but Mr. Kilding and his son were stocky, short-armed chaps—they wouldn’t get as far as I had." ( )
  fji65hj7 | May 14, 2023 |
More nice stories about people. ( )
  Castinet | Dec 11, 2022 |
Overall a great series. I can see why it’s still such a classic and still merits TV adaptations. ( )
  thewestwing | Aug 12, 2022 |
The fifth book in the series, Herriot is still running his Yorkshire veterinary practice along with Siegfried. Tristam has left to start his own practice and has been replaced by other young vets, eventually by Calum. Upon moving into the upstairs flat, this new vet quickly acquires his own menagerie of badgers, dogs, foxes, and even an owl, leading to more outbursts from Siegfried.
James and Helen need to find a more modern house but get outbid at every turn, and James befriends an old man and his cat who have set up their tent along the road.
Funny and gentle despite the graphic depictions of veterinary emergencies, I'd like to read the whole series. ( )
  mstrust | Jun 3, 2022 |
A few years ago I stayed in a wonderful B&B in Thirsk, Yorkshire that was also an animal refuge. I went up to the World of James Herriot and spent a fabulous few hours wandering through their interesting collection of the life of a Yorkshire veterinarian. Therefore, I was happy to come across another one of his books.
It's a series of vignettes about the people of the area and their animals. Often funny but never malicious, Mr. Wight imbues his neighbors and friends with a compassionate and poignant view of their lives. Most are farmers, living a hard life in the Dales, but the stories are so well written and truly takes the reader away.
It's a lovely area and I was happy to indulge in views of the Yorkshire countryside once more. ( )
  N.W.Moors | May 14, 2021 |
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In James Herriot's final collection of veterinary tales, the storyteller describes the busiest years of his practice and the rewards of training a new generation As an aging James Herriot begins to see more house pets than livestock, the challenge of treating animals-and reassuring their owners-provides plenty of excitement, mystery, and moments of sheer delight. After building up his own practice, the renowned country vet begins to teach a new generation about a business both old-fashioned and very modern. He watches with pride as his own children show a knack for medicine, and remarks on the talents and quirks of a string of assistants. There is no perfecting the craft, since people and their animals are all remarkably different, but Herriot proves that the best healers are also the most compassionate.

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