The nation’s favourite vet, Professor Noel Fitzpatrick, is challenged by complex feline and canine cases in the third episode of this brand-new series airing on Wednesday 3rd July 2019 at 8pm on Channel 4.
Featuring thirteen-month-old Cocker Spaniel Remy who’s in need of two total hip replacements; two-year-old cat Jazz has a smashed femur and punctured lung after being hit by a car; and eight-year-old Wirehaired Dachshund Olive has suddenly lost the use of her back legs.
Another week of heart-warming stories of families in need of specialist care from Professor Noel Fitzpatrick and the team at Fitzpatrick Referrals. This week’s episode see’s a prima donna pug called Britney with a genetic bone malformation, an Australian Shepherd dog with nerve compression her lower back and a Jack Russell puppy with a crushed pelvis all seek treatment from Noel and the team. Only time will tell if they will be given a much deserved second chance at life.
This week on The Supervet Carol brings in her five-year-old tortoiseshell cat Betsy who has been diagnosed with a cancerous tumour on her back leg, Toni and Leanne bring their Tibetan Terrier Beau to see Noel about her hip dysplasia after noticing a deterioration in her walking and Staffordshire Bull Terrier Rosie is admitted as an emergency after her back legs suddenly collapse in the park.
Professor Noel Fitzpatrick is faced with one of his most challenging cases yet when Boxer Bella arrives at Fitzpatrick Referrals with extensive injuries from an accident a year earlier. He is also faced with an unusual case when 4 hedgehogs are referred by a wildlife charity – each with a broken left leg. A young kitten called Gizmo also has a broken leg and is in need of urgent treatment.