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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.
Julian helps deliver an Alpaca cria who is in a breech position, Larry the chinchilla is brought in to be castrated and a parrot with a Yorkshire accent needs a trim.
Alfie has suffered an unusual baking incident - the greedy but blind labrador has swallowed a spatula! Elsewhere Julian attends a cow birth and an overweight rat, while Peter helps a champion race horse get his teeth fixed.
Julian is called out to a young heifer in agony with a strange object embedded in her foot, Peter removes a huge lump from Holly the golden retriever's head, and Squeaky the swan has been having treatment for an injured wing.
Some aggressive alpacas need castrating. Other patients include an oversexed Yorkshire terrier, a young lamb, racing pigeons and a stray cat with a broken leg.
The Skeldale vets deal with an unproductive ram, a severely injured spaniel, fighting terrapins and a herd of cows that object to a time-honoured tradition.
Julian tries to save a much-loved farm dog, an albino wallaby and a cheeky pygmy goat give Peter the runaround. Other patients include Monster, the spiky hedgehog, and an alpaca who needs help to become a mum.
The vets treat a horse with infected hooves, a cat struggling to give birth and an angry monitor lizard. They also take time out to visit the Great Yorkshire Show.
Julian is called out to a suspected case of foot-and-mouth. Other patients include a Great Dane with cancer, a ram that needs castrating, a rat with a suspicious lump and a rare breed of pig that needs inseminating.
Julian treats a calf with a large and worrying lump, two pygmy goats face castration at the surgery, and after chasing after a badly behaved sheep, Peter flies like a bird.
Julian is woken by an emergency call in the middle of the night, Moobaloo the heifer has been struggling in labour but there is no sign of the calf. And tiny Teeny, a seven-day-old Shetland foal, is rushed in to see vet Helen.
With Yorkshire in the grip of another bitter winter, the vets battle against the elements to visit their clients in remote farm locations. The pace of life slows in rural communities around Thirsk, but there is no rest for the team as they contend with cold, dark nights, rain and snow to treat creatures great and small, from owls to cattle.
It's Christmas in Thirsk, but the vets cannot join in the celebrations until they have tended to their flock. A cow has collapsed on Chris's farm leading Peter to fear the worst, Barney the spaniel may have to have a leg amputated and a piglet named Tiny Tim needs some urgent care. When things settle down, Peter and Julian have the honour of switching on Thirsk's Christmas lights.
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