Noel Fitzpatrick runs one of the most advanced veterinary practices in Britain and is known as the Bionic Vet.Some of the hardest-to-cure pets from across the country receive cutting-edge treatments and surgery here, from a team of over a hundred surgeons, nurses, ward attendants and physiotherapists.The series follows Noel and his team as they use their pioneering techniques to attempt to cure pets that might otherwise be beyond saving.
The odds are stacked against Noel when golden retriever puppy Murphy is brought in with horrific facial injuries. And a man drives all the way from Switzerland looking for treatment for a chihuahua.
Noel devises an unorthodox cure for a stray cat with a badly fractured leg. And a cross-breed called Piggy has a spinal problem that leaves its family facing a difficult decision.
Noel Fitzpatrick faces a new challenge when he is called upon to save the life of a buzzard with a broken wing. A couple's beloved labrador turns up at the clinic with badly damaged elbow joints, and a pampered cat that is used to living the good life faces surgery to repair slipping knee-caps.
A Bengal cat called Tia is rushed in to Fitzpatrick Referrals after being hit by a car. Noel Fitzpatrick faces the painstakingly difficult task of reconstructing Tia's tiny bones using a combination of rods and pins. Whippet Wobble, a rescue dog, is so badly injured that Noel has no choice but to perform a high-risk operation, and Alfie, a labrador care-dog, arrives at the surgery in need of help with elbow dysplasia.
Noel Fitzpatrick and his team return to provide more cutting-edge animal care, beginning with a dramatic emergency. Staffordshire bull terrier Lulu has been hit by a car and had her pelvis smashed into more than 25 pieces. The professor's only option is to pin the larger pieces back together in an operation that will require all his expertise. Noel and his team also treat a giant schnauzer called Florence who has a sore knee, and a pointy-eared Jack Russell called Muffin who has a mysterious problem with her back legs.
Basset hound Barney is `top dog' at home, enjoying salmon and venison as some of his favourite treats. But lately Barney's vertebrae have been causing him problems and Noel Fitzpatrick needs to perform high-risk surgery using 3D-printed implants. The professor also treats a giant mastiff called Tank, who is suffering from severe arthritis and needs radical surgery on both elbows, and a family puppy who has fractured his foot jumping off a bed. Now he requires specially developed surgical treatment.
Professor Noel Fitzpatrick treats a border collie in a lot of pain with a suspicious lump on its ankle. But the dog's recovery does not go to plan and proves extremely challenging. A short-haired cat arrives with a sore hip from jumping off the sofa, and it seems a hip replacement may be the best option, and a golden labrador is rushed into Fitzpatrick's sister clinic in Guildford with a lump growing on its side.
A two-year old mastiff with a bone tumour in its leg undergoes pioneering surgery, only to return a few weeks later suffering pain in its foot. A tiny pug (Betty Boop) faces the prospect of euthanasia after losing control of its hind legs, but neurologist Colin Driver thinks spinal surgery could give hope, and a Rhodesian ridgeback is brought in suffering from lameness. Surgery seems like the only option, but Noel and the owners are concerned whether this is the right course of action in the long run.
Noel Fitzpatrick treats a six-year-old shih-tzu (Lucky) which can barely walk due to the severe arthritis in its hip and a family Labrador (Bongo) suffering osteoarthritis in all four legs, which is brought in to fuse the ankles on its hind legs. He also helps a four-month-old German shepherd (Mason) with a genetic disease affecting its joints - but the test results are worse than the professor feared and It will require all his surgical skills to repair.
Documentary following the work of pioneering veterinary practice Fitzpatrick Referrals in Surrey, where veterinary surgeon Noel Fitzpatrick and his team help difficult-to-cure pets. Noel treats a Labrador (Drummer) suffering with severe arthritis in its elbow, and suggests using stem cells to help with the inflammation, while one of the team's senior neurologists deals with a Chihuahua (Arlo) born with fluid on the brain. Plus, a man comes all the way from France with his Labrador cross (Sooty), which requires high-end surgery for elbow dysplasia.
Baloo the Great Dane comes to the clinic needing an operation on its spine, but when Noel Fitzpatrick discovers the dog has laryngeal paralysis, the prospect of surgery suddenly becomes much more complicated. There are also two Labradors in for treatment. Lola needs a knee replacement, while Piper has a leg tumour that may require amputation. But there may be bad news.
Milo,a two-year-old Bengal cat, is rushed in after being hit by a car, and when it turns out to have a broken back and a dislocated spine, Noel Fitzpatrick agrees to do what he can - but he makes no promises. Storm, the german shepherd, requires a total elbow replacement, a difficult operation using a custom printed implant system, and Mauser, a rottweiler puppy, is treated for a genetic condition that has destroyed the cartilage on its ankle bone.
The return of the documentary following the work of Professor Noel Fitzpatrick and his team at their cutting-edge veterinary practice. Their first patient is a young West Highland terrier which has a problem with its paws. Two new bionic feet later, and the poorly pup has a new lease of life. A young husky collie is also brought in after being hit by a car, only for the hip replacement operation to run into trouble, and a lazy dachshund requires double surgery and lots of physiotherapy.
Pioneering veterinary surgeon Noel Fitzpatrick gets to work on more animals in need of his help. A puppy is rushed into the surgery after being hit by a car, leading to a series of operations including a skin graft in which the dog's leg is sewn into her stomach. A Great Dane requires high-risk surgery after being diagnosed with a cancerous tumour in its leg, and a Chihuahua has shattered the bones in its paw falling down the stairs while chasing a cat. Can the professor help?
Professor Noel Fitzpatrick and his team fight to save the leg of a much-loved golden retriever, while, a French bulldog with twisted elbows needs a doggy wheelchair and some challenging surgery. At Noel's Oncology & Soft Tissue Hospital in Guildford, a spaniel cross has a tumour removed by specialist Professor Nick Bacon.
Professor Noel and his team face an emergency when a black Labrador is rushed in after being hit by a car. The pioneering vets also treat a cocker spaniel with a bulging disc in its spine and a basset hound that needs its leg straightening. But the dog is also overweight, so the professor insists it be put on a diet.