Next Episode of Vet on the Hill is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
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.
In the first edition, a 21-year-old cat needs to have a huge mass removed from its ear, but any general anaesthetic at this age is a big risk, while Scott is concerned about the liver of a Chihuahua suffering from diabetes.
Scott treats a puppy with a punctured eyeball, while vet Jo and nurse Gemma take a stray cat to foster carer Penny.
Archie the bulldog has advanced arthritis and is treated with a cutting-edge plasma injection. Herb the labradoodle gets a grass seed lodged deep in his ear canal. A snake has a respiratory problem.
A German shepherd has problems with mobility. A tawny owl has an eye injury after being hit by a vehicle. A stray cat is brought in but he isn't micro-chipped. And there's an update on bulldog Archie.
In the fifth episode, worried dog-sitters Natasha and Josiah arrive at the clinic with eight-year-old Bam Bam the Maltese terrier, who has lost half of his body weight. Blood tests confirm Scott's suspicion that Bam Bam is diabetic. The terrier is in a critical condition and needs immediate treatment if he is to survive. Bam Bam is placed on a drip for several days to try to bring him back from the brink.
In the sixth episode, Edwin the cat has severe breathing problems. Scott's initial diagnosis is feline asthma but he wants to take some X-rays and do tests to confirm the condition. What happens next is a vet's nightmare: Edwin stops breathing on the X-ray table and, to add to the tension, there's a power blackout. Has Edwin used up all of his nine lives? Scott is called out to treat Honey, a two-year-old Shar Pei that's been abandoned.
Vet on the Hill follows charismatic Australian vet Dr Scott Miller at work in his surgery in south-west London, giving a genuine insight into the highs and lows of life at a grassroots veterinary practice. In the seventh episode, Sandy, who gave up a high-powered job in banking to start her own dog-walking company, spends her days walking her clients' dogs in the park or doing special garden visits to play games with pampered pooches. Having left the corporate rat race to find job satisfaction, Sandy now wants to take her business to a new level and has asked Scott to give her a first aid lesson in case anything happens to any of her clients' canines. Former international pop star Hannah from mega group S Club 7 is a regular at the clinic with Stanley, her Cavalier King Charles spaniel.
Scott Miller teams up with specialist orthopaedic surgeon Dr Michael Hamilton to see if there is anything they can do to give a Border collie a happier, more comfortable life
Darren and Pam bring their new bulldog puppy in for a vaccination, but they discover that it needs an operation for an eye defect.
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