15th October 2014
The Supervet is back, with a second series of awe-inspiring tales from Fitzpatrick Referrals, where some of the hardest-to-cure pets from across the country receive some of the most advanced veterinary treatment and surgery. Once again emotions run high as Noel and his team attempt to use their pioneering techniques to cure much loved pets that might otherwise be past saving.
11 year old cat Schrodinger has a badly shattered thigh bone following a car accident – he is brought to Fitzpatrick Referrals by his devastated owners John and his 7 year old daughter Shoshana. Schrodinger is more than just a furry companion to Shoshana. Noel realises how much is at stake as he prepares to fuse the shattered bone back together.
Lois is a doted upon English Bulldog who is partial to the finer things in life, including a diet of Camembert and ice lollies. This is not her first time at Fitzpatrick Referrals, having already received two knee operations to help her with her ongoing arthritis. To tackle her sizeable issue, Lois is put on a a strict dieting regime…
Elderly Flossie is rushed to Fitzpatrick Referrals as she has lost control of her back legs. As the team rush her into diagnostics to find out what is the cause, another problem is highlighted that could be life threatening.