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The Yorkshire Vet is a documentary series about Yorkshire vet Julian Norton, his businesspartner Peter Wright and their team as they administer modern-day medical andsurgical aid to creatures great and small. From bulldogs to bullocks, there areno creatures too large or too small for these vets.
A dog's life hangs in the balance as it undergoes an emergency operation for a tumour in its abdomen. Julian Norton has to treat a sheep with a prolapse in the car park, while his partner Peter Wright finds a baby emu with an injured eye in a basket.
Julian and Sarah are called out to rescue an injured swan, new vet Haddie has to decide whether to perform a caesarean, Luggy the pampered cat's owner has a strange request for the vets, Bobby the police sniffer dog needs an operation and farmer John Swales is hoping for good news from his new stock bull.
This time the vets tend a wildly eclectic assortment of patients including hairy Hungarian pigs, a precious pug dog, South American alpacas, a bearded dragon, an extremely fat cat, a heavily pregnant sheep and a chameleon.
Julian takes some bullocks by the horns, a dog needs an emergency operation to remove a bone in its oesophagus, Peter braces himself to treat a feisty ferret, a ram cannot walk after too much mating and the Greens are concerned about their rescue donkey.
Julian answers an emergency call-out to a herd of Alpacas, Peter tries to save the eyesight of a two-day-old lamb, Helen performs an emergency caesarean on a beagle, and seven-year-old Ben brings in his bunnies Hip and Hop to see Peter for a manicure.
Julian visits Jacki Barlow's alpaca farm to investigate a strange lump in the mouth of one of her animals, and Peter is challenged by a yorkshire terrier and Crufts hopeful who has the diva personality to go with his celebrity status.
Julian and Peter cope with two nighttime emergencies, new vet Esme performs her first emergency caesarian, Treacle the calf has fallen ill at the Green's farm, Squeaky the cockerel has lost his voice and a pack of bloodhound pups cause chaos in the Skeldale surgery.(Episode 7, Followed by 5 News Update, Subtitles, Series 2)
Julian gets a 5am emergency call about a horse with colic. One of the Skeldale nurses helps out at a local farm during lambing season. Plus, Truffles the guinea pig has a huge lump on her face, Harvey the randy rabbit is out of control, as is Billy the dog's backside...
Julian is called out to a cow struggling to give birth to her first calf, Peter treats a horse with toothache and a duck with an unusual and embarrassing injury, and the female staff are going giddy over a group of baby goats.
After tending a poodle with a problem penis, an injured female duck named Kevin, a rabbit with a tooth abcess, an over-amorous donkey and a cow with a massive wound to her neck, the Skeldale staff say goodbye to vet Sarah, who is leaving to have a baby.
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