Next Episode of Vets: Gach Creutair Beo is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
From Stirling to Wick, this series follows vets tending to small, large and very wild animals.
In this programme, Romain Pizzi is at Five Sisters Zoo in West Lothian to perform keyhole surgery on a coati (one of the raccoon family), but the biggest challenge is catching it. In Aberdeen, it's not only dogs that come in to see vet chiropractor Emma-Louise Emerson. Alfie the rabbit has lost his ability to hop. Can Emma bounce him back to health? And at AVR in Aberdeenshire, vet Scott Rigg is operating on Tammy the rottweiler. He fits a titanium plate in her leg before inserting a wedge to push the bone back into place.
In this programme, Romain Pizzi is at the Wildlife Rescue Centre treating a kestrel with a broken wing following a road accident. Two waxwings from Scandinavia are also at the centre recovering, and Romain tests them to see if they are able to fly again. At Blair Drummond Safari Park, Colin Scott meets Bonnie the rhino for the first time. Bonnie was born two weeks ago and is a real livewire. He also checks in on the four lion cubs, who are now three months old. In Stornoway, vet Hector Lowe and his wife vet nurse Catherine are operating on Bentley the labrador's leg, assisted by recently graduated vet Joanna, who is seeing this operation for the first time.
In this programme, Stornoway-based vet Joanna Jackson is called out to several crofts in Ness and Barvas at lambing time. The sheep are in difficulty and Joanna battles to save the sheep and lambs - but which of them will make it? At AVR in Aberdeenshire, vet Scott Rigg is busy with several dogs. A huge Bernese mountain dog needs surgery to cure his lameness, a miniature daschund has a check-up after spinal surgery and a collie needs life-saving surgery on his airways.
In the last programme of the series, vet Scott Rigg operates on a dog's elbow at AVR in Aberdeenshire, and a cat with a badly broken leg needs to have pins and a plate inserted in his shattered leg to save him from losing it. A calf is born with a large hernia near Blairgowrie and Forfar-based vet Fiona Crowden has to get to him immediately if he is going to survive.
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