Dr. Herbert Piper, retired Fresno veterinarian, pictured with his Cairn terrier Troon. Dr. Piper died Sept. 15, 2015.
Dr. Herbert Piper, retired Fresno veterinarian, pictured with his Cairn terrier Troon. Dr. Piper died Sept. 15, 2015. JULIE POWERS WILLARDSEN Special to The Bee
Dr. Herbert Piper, retired Fresno veterinarian, pictured with his Cairn terrier Troon. Dr. Piper died Sept. 15, 2015. JULIE POWERS WILLARDSEN Special to The Bee

Fresno veterinarian, among first UC Davis veterinary class, dies

September 21, 2015 06:20 PM

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