Otis shaking his sheep + high speed shutter = jiggly corgi face shenanigans.
Love that jiggly face
Bloodletting with leeches was such a popular treatment for a range of medical conditions that an artificial leech was invented in 1840 and was used frequently in eye and ear surgery. The rotating blades would cut a wound in the patient’s skin, while the cylinder would be used to produce a vacuum that sucked up the blood. (via Terrifying Vintage Surgical Tools)
This sounds awful.