Next Episode of The Supervet: Noel Fitzpatrick is
Noel Fitzpatrick runs one of the most advanced veterinary practices in Britain and is known as the Bionic Vet. Some of the hardest-to-cure pets from across the country receive cutting-edge treatments and surgery here, from a team of over a hundred surgeons, nurses, ward attendants and physiotherapists. This series follows Noel and his team as they use their pioneering techniques to attempt to cure pets that might otherwise be beyond saving.
The brand new 11th series starts with a tiny Jackahuahua puppy needing emergency spinal surgery after being attacked by another dog in the park. But it's touch and go whether the puppy will get back on his feet again. A Bernese has a rare cyst in his elbow requiring a challenging operation for removal. And an excitable Labrador needs elbow replacement surgery with a long and difficult road to recovery.
An overweight boxer needs an operation on his knees, but first Noel and the team must fix his breathing defect - a common problem with flat face breeds. Elsewhere, a pug requires risky emergency spinal surgery to remove a cyst and a rescue dog with hip dysplasia may have to be let go while under anaesthetic.
Noel Fitzpatrick tries to save a tortoiseshell cat's leg by cutting out a tumour that has developed and replacing its knee with a unique bionic implant. Staffordshire bull terrier Rosie is admitted as an emergency after her back legs suddenly collapse in the park, and Noel performs essential spinal surgery to the diseased discs in Rosie's spine and advises a course of intense physiotherapy.
Professor Noel Fitzpatrick treats a Labrador puppy with an elbow disease, and believes a possible solution might involve fitted plates and stem cell injections. Elsewhere, a one-year-old cat is brought in suffering from a crushed pelvis and a broken tail after a road traffic accident, and a Russian Black Terrier with a cancerous growth is at risk of losing his leg.
In this episode, Take That's Mark Owen brings some celebrity dazzle to the surgery when he arrives with his 18-month-old Doberman, who needs treatment on a limp. A four-year-old Coton-Tzu from Dublin has hip dysplasia and may require a double hip replacement. And a border collie is brought in requiring assistance with a problem with lameness.
Sports pundit Lee Dixon brings his beloved rescue dog to see Professor Noel Fitzpatrick, looking for help treating a limp and getting his pet back to full fitness. Elsewhere, a Springer Spaniel all the way from Guernsey is brought in for spinal surgery, and a Caucasian Shepherd puppy called Bear requires two hip replacements.
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