Next Episode of Vet on the Hill is
Season 4 / Episode 5 and airs on 27 November 2017 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.
The fourth series of the show featuring Australian vet Dr Scott Miller, who runs a surgery in south-west London. In the first episode of the new run, Scott deals with a liver disease scare for a celebrity dachshund. There's a miracle recovery for the victim of a horrific car accident. Practice manager Maz's unusual pets need some unexpected treatments. And Scott makes an astounding discovery when he opens up an oversized Maine Coon cat called Chip.
Springer spaniel Jack needs an operation to fix a debilitating problem. His owner is worried he won't survive the anaesthetic. A mystery parcel is left on Scott's doorstep. And Scott enlists the help of a specialist surgeon to save a Hungarian vizsla dog with a paralysed larynx.
Dr Scott operates on a tiny pet hedgehog to find out what's causing her chronic pain. Two women need help with their sick cats. A feisty parrot gets a pedicure. And naughty puppy Colin has eaten something he shouldn't have.
Scott performs surgery to try to save the leg of a young kitten. German shepherd Poppy is struggling with painful hips. Lenny the cat needs an ear operation to regain balance. And Toby the Maltese terrier has a rather embarrassing problem.
Two French bulldogs need help with their incontinence. Dr Scott takes a road trip to Wales to brush up on his farm veterinary skills. There's an extraordinary emergency surgery for Athena the cow. And Scott tackles a feisty patient.
Scott helps a neglected rescue dog with a chance of a better life. A princess pug needs surgery. And a geriatric tortoise has a runny nose.
Dr. Scott Miller(Dr. Scott Miller)
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