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.
Professor Noel Fitzpatrick returns, providing cutting-edge care for pets, including complex spinal surgery for a German Pointer and cancer treatment for a Leonberger.
Canicross champion Marley is admitted to Fitzpatricks after being diagnosed with severe dysplasia of the elbow. Andi and Michaela have a nerve-wracking wait while their Rhodesian Ridgeback has a high-risk operation to relieve the pressure on the nerves in her spine. And Noel treats an old gym buddy's injured dog.
Bella the Boxer has extensive injuries to her pelvis and hind legs from a road accident. Noel considers a stem-cell scaffolding procedure with significant risks attached. Also, a convoy of hedgehogs arrive with broken legs. And Gizmo the kitten is brought in with a broken leg after an accident at home.
A woman arrives at Fitzpatrick's surgery with 14 of her rescue dogs, including a tiny papillon needing a double knee replacement. A mountain dog has an exploded disc in his spine. And a German Shepherd is fitted with a specially designed bionic foot.
An eight-year-old pug called Marley needs surgery on his elbow. Expats Dave and Sue arrive at the surgery after a 500-mile trip from France to bring their border collie Kaspar, who has a leg pain that's proving hard to diagnose. And an Egyptian Mau cat is rushed into Fitzpatrick's after falling from a second floor balcony and fracturing his knee. Noel goes ahead with surgery on the complex fracture, but if there are any complications the kitten may face amputation.
A three year-old Newfoundland needs surgery for his bent front legs. Caroline is paralysed in her arms and legs and requires 24-hour care. Her German Shepherd has a painful degenerative spinal disease that needs fixing. And a long-haired Chihuahua requires a total hip replacement.
An owner travels through the night to get his much-loved doberman seen by Professor Noel Fitzpatrick. And a rabbit with a broken ankle needs surgery.
Professor Noel Fitzpatrick helps a bichon frise with chronic elbow pain. A Labrador is rushed to Fitzpatrick's unable to stand. Noel tells the family that surgery is not an option, but his team devises an alternative care plan. And a leonberger has a bone tumour removed from her leg after being diagnosed with cancer.
Teddy the shih-tzu cross with severely deformed front legs is brought in to see Professor Noel Fitzpatrick. He lives with 24-year-old Ellen who wants him to live a life without pain but it proves a challenge to come up with a surgical solution. Ollie, a five-year-old golden retriever, is referred to Fitzpatrick's for an operation to remove a tumour in his leg. And it's puppy love overload when a young couple bring in their four-month-old bulldog with a fractured elbow who wriggled from their arms.
Andrea travels all the way from Romania, hoping that Professor Noel Fitzpatrick can cure her dog Clifford's squashed spinal cord. A golden Labrador is offered a total shoulder replacement. And a puppy that ran into a plant pot faces losing two of her toes.
Dr. Noel Fitzpatrick treats a puppy called Poppy, who has difficulties with walking. A lurcher called Dylan needs help with a collapsed joint. And a one-year-old cat is hit by a car on its first venture outside the house, requiring emergency treatment.
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