Animals: Squibb Horse

A Percheron horse who has had a mild case of diphtheria for almost nine years wore a garland of flowers around his neck for a party last week. He was 14-year-old Doc Dobbin, oldest diphtheria antitoxin horse in the laboratories of E. R. Squibb & Sons at New Brunswick, N. J. Because Doc Dobbin has produced antitoxin enough to treat 30,000 children, Dr. John F. Anderson, Squibb vice president, gave a birthday party on the anniversary of Doc Dobbin's ninth year of service. One hundred school children from Highland Park, N. J....

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