Julian Norton has to get to grips with castrating alpacas, while Peter Wright attempts to perform a life-changing operation on a dearly loved pug dog that is having breathing difficulties.
Julian Norton visits a local farm to de-horn some lively young bullocks. Back at the surgery he and Peter Wright try to save the life of a dog that has got a large bone wedged in its esophagus.
Julian Norton is called out to examine an alpaca, new vet Helen Blackburn performs an emergency caesarean on a beagle and Peter tries to save the eyesight of Whisper the lamb.
Julian returns to Jacki Barlow's alpaca farm to investigate a worrying lump in the mouth of one of the animals. Peter carries out dental surgery on a Yorkshire terrier and Julian examines a pygmy-goat.
Julian and Peter have to cope with two night-time emergency call outs. New vet Esme performs her first emergency caesarean and a pack of bloodhound pups cause mayhem in the surgery.
Julian Norton gets an emergency call at 5am to a horse with colic. One of the nurses at the Skeldale Veterinary practice helps out on a local farm during the lambing season.
Julian is called out to a pregnant cow struggling to calf. When it becomes clear that the lives of both animals are in danger, he considers performing an emergency Caesarian.
Staff tend to a rabbit with an abscess, a cow with a neck wound and an overly amorous donkey before gathering to say farewell to Sarah who i s leaving to have a baby.
Julian Norton receives an emergency call from alpaca breeder Jackie, whose prize-winning female Cinderella is having a difficult labor. Peter Wright has to castrate Larry the chinchilla who is responsible for a population explosion.
Julian receives a late-night call out to a cow that is giving birth, but complications with the delivery leave the lives of both mother and calf hanging in the balance. Naughty Labrador Alfie has swallowed a spatula while stealing food.
Julian Norton is called out on an emergency to a heifer that is in agony, with an object stuck in its painful, swollen and infected hoof. Peter removes a large lump from the head of golden retriever, Holly.
Julian faces the tricky task of castrating a group of alpacas whose owner has been using holistic techniques to pacify them. Peter treats a Yorkshire Terrier and the team try to save a stray cat whose leg has been snapped in two.
Julian decides to conduct a fertility test on an unproductive ram. Peter tends to a spaniel that needs major surgery after being hit by a car. Julian has to travel to Thirsk to tend to the wounded following a battle between two terrapins.
Julian Norton tries to save Millie, a much-loved farm dog and an albino wallaby called Albert. Peter Wright has his hands full with a cheeky pygmy goat called Charlie. Other patients include a hedgehog called Monster.
Julian's patients include a horse with infected hooves, while Peter Wright is worried about a pedigree cat that is in labor and also has to deal with an angry monitor lizard. The two vets find time to attend the Great Yorkshire Show.
Julian is called out to a suspected case of foot-and-mouth disease, while the practice's other patients include a Great Dane with cancer and a ram that is to be castrated.
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