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 nine-month-old Newfoundland Hugo, one-year-old Ridgeback Loki and seven-month-old Havana Oriental kitten Zahra.
In the fourth episode of the series, Professor Noel Fitzpatrick is faced with a trio of dilemmas when a tiny crossbreed Terrier suffering from a serious injury to her leg after an attack, a young French Bulldog with a spinal deformity and a Newfoundland therapy dog with a suspected tumour all turn to Fitzpatrick Referrals in need of life changing treatment.
On this week’s Supervet, Eils and her husband Matt arrive at Fitzpatrick Referrals with their fox red Labrador puppy, Oscar, Lynne and David make the three hundred mile trip from County Durham for an urgent appointment with Noel with their seven-year-old Russian Black Terrier and an emergency arrives at Fitzpatrick Referrals, one-year-old cat Korky who has been in a car accident.
In this week’s episode Steve brings in two-year-old Mastif Maya to discuss her options for treatment with Noel, Anna brings in Betty Boop a tiny pug that lives with her sixteen brothers and sisters, a pack of rescued Chihuahuas, and Kanzi who has intermittent lameness.