Next Episode of Vet on the Hill is
Season 2 / Episode 6 and airs on 05 December 2016 21:00
The show follows Australian vet Dr. Scott Miller at work in the bustling surgery on Richmond Hill in London. The show will give a genuine insight into the highs and lows of life at a small veterinary practice.
Dr Scott takes on a challenging hip replacement for a tiny chihuahua. There is also a chaotic cat invasion and an extreme makeover.
Dr Scott puts himself in the firing line treating a Rottweiler. A much loved spaniel may have an incurable disease. And Bella the cat has fractured her tail.
Dr Scott and rookie vet Riaz get a huge shock when treating two chipmunks. A much-loved family cat could have cancer, but only a high-risk intervention can say for certain. And a cute puppy gets a life-saving nose op.
Dr Scott and his team tackle Paloma, an exotic dog with a tricky past; a bulldog called Bella in need of a new home; and some wild kittens with worms.
This episode features the moving story of a Staffordshire terrier called Rosa, who was used for excessive breeding and then dumped on the streets. Also, a gardener rescues a parakeet with a broken leg, a much-loved cat needs his thyroid gland taken out, and Scott's new puppy Skully is rushed into the practice after swallowing a baby's dummy.
Dr Scott tackles a sphynx cat that's become a frisky pest due to raging hormones. Scott goes to Sheffield to meet a remarkable teenage animal activist and gets roped in to looking after a badly behaved meerkat. Plus, nurse Jess rushes in her little rescue dog Poppy after a play fight goes wrong.
In this Christmas special, Scott goes head-to-head with one of Santa's helpers and finds out that wrangling reindeers is hard work. A young family hope their Christmas wish will come true as they wait for test results on their much loved guinea pig. And there's a party for six puppies that Scott helped bring into the world.
Dr. Scott Miller(Dr. Scott Miller)
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