Next Episode of Vets Saving Pets is
Season 2 / Episode 3 and airs on 19 October 2019 16:00
At the Emergency Veterinary Trauma Center in Toronto, one of the busiest animal care facilities in Canada, the interpersonal stories of veterinary professionals play out as they work tirelessly, with dedication and determination, to save the lives of their animal patients in need of urgent medical care. Each week, new emergency cases involve a wide array of specialties within veterinary medicine, including critical care, oncology, cardiology, neurology, anesthesiology, dermatology, dentistry and surgery.
Rehab therapist Tracy McKenzie puts Reine the cat in the underwater treadmill for rehabilitation after a three-story fall, Dr. Regan Williams diagnoses the fluid buildup in aging kitty Mambo's chest and puppy Hershey's baby teeth aren't falling out.
Long-time patient Rusty the dog visits Dr. Regan Williams with an elevated heart rate, Dr. Williams gives spaniel Begley an ultrasound and discovers a heart murmur and Chelsea, a young Whippet, comes in for a follow-up appointment for her heart murmur.
Dr. Debbie James performs surgery on Burger the dachshund to prevent paralysis in his hind legs, Dr. Sharon French finds multiple issues with collie Abbie's gums and Dr. Barbara Bryer uses a nebulizer to help an older ferret named Jet with influenza.
French bulldog Spartacus needs Dr. Devon Boyd's help with a broken leg, Dr. Sharon French uses anesthesia to address poodle Timmy's gum disease and aging chihuahua Peewee needs clearance from Dr. Regan Williams to fly to his owner's destination wedding.
When little chihuahua Reilly suffers a broken leg after a great fall, Dr. Devon Boyd determines that the only way to put him together again is with surgery. Can Dr. Boyd install such a tiny plate in Reilly's wrist, or are his bones too small to maneuver? Then, Honey the bulldog comes to the V.E.C. looking for relief from the entropion plaguing her eyes. Dr. Heather Gray hopes she can help Honey see things more clearly. Later, the back legs of an aging pup named Sylvester are becoming unresponsive, and neurologist Dr. Debbie James has trouble diagnosing the issue. Is cautionary medication the answer, or will Sylvester need risky spinal surgery?
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