A guide dog with a broken tooth; a wild, stray kitten found in a dustbin; a rabbit with an infected testicle.
A cat with a puncture wound; a cow with a growth between her claws; a goat with a bladder problem.
Trude settles for kittens; a dog needs his nails clipped; a cat with an abscess; a dog with a torn knee ligament.
Trude and Maria hope to start their own practice; a dog's internal organs are at risk.
Trude and Maria open their new practice.
Keith works his last job before leaving England; Trude treats a weak newborn calf.
A visit to an agricultural show rekindles Joe's interest in large-animal work.
The doctors reflect on how far women have come within the veterinary profession.
Trude hands in her notice; Sally Kingsley thrives on the variety of locum work.
Emma and Joe are in charge when the boss goes on vacation; Emma operates on a Welsh spaniel.
With Christmas one week away, the veterinarians get into the holiday spirit.
A 10-week-old guinea pig with a broken leg.
Extremely weak newborn calf; Maria oversees work at new practice.
Trude treats an injured guinea pig and a rabbit that has ear mites; a guinea pig is on a diet; Hannah operates on a cocker spaniel.
Trude treats an injured terrier; as Keith Leonard prepares for trip to Wasini Island to neuter feral cats, he discovers he may have malaria.
Greyhound nearly severs leg, undergoes surgery; Clumber Spaniel suffers vomiting and diarrhea; Emma visits animal hospital in Egypt.
A vet questions bovine fatalities; a dog's stomach X-rays reveal a gassy mass.
A dog gives birth; surgery on a guard dog's paw; a terrier has a skin rash; a cat has a jaw injury.
Sally hopes to become an equine dentist; Tom treats two cats; a terrier is attacked in a park.
Overweight animals; a puppy has swollen lymph nodes; a Bassett hound has an unusual habit.
Keith Leonard continues as locum tenens; a Westie falls off a bed; a horse and a dog may have fractures.
Sally and horse compete at Blenheim Trials; Fiona treats springer spaniels who can't bear to be separated.
Mike treats a cow with a stomachache; Tom continues as a locum in Cheshire; Joe Inglis, a vet near Oxford.
Tom and Steve in locum positions; checking over a homeless puppy before placement.
A stray cat is left in a rubbish dump; Emma and Joe are building a new home; Emma offers a King Charles spaniel a face-lift.
The Leonard brothers are all vets; Tom treats a horse and a donkey; Steve amputates a cat's tail; a dog has a weak heart.
Electric fence shocks collie; a sheep Caesarean section; an aggressive horse is gelded.
Sam is offered a new job and removes a horse's skin cancer; Fiona, in the Bahamas, saves a dog with heartworm.
Treating a ewe whose premature lambs died; a llama has sharp teeth; Fiona and Steve use swimming therapy on injured animals.
Trude cares for a bunny with an abscess; Maria extracts poisonous pellets from a Jack Russell pup.
Koi chokes on a fish; Emma removes skin cancer from her dog's ear; Mr. Beech faces a difficult decision regarding the family boxer.
Trude treats a kitten with deformed back legs; Sally treats a horse with a lump in his shoulder and a dog who ran into a car.
Steve treats a bearded dragon; a hamster is found in a cat's mouth; Julie and Emma replace a ball in a dog's hip.
Sam treats a whippet and a moggy; vet team performs surgery on a horse; Sally removes a guinea pig's tumor.
Trude treats pregnant dog; Fiona cares for abandoned kittens; Hannah operates on chipmunk.
Trude treats pregnant dog; Fiona finds abandoned kittens; Hannah operates on chipmunk.
Wilbur, the pig is castrated.
A 13-foot python; Emma helps a cat with an injured knee.
Cameras follow veterinary-school graduates from another series through their first six months in practice.
Cats with mysterious illnesses; the first anniversary of the practice celebration.
Alison Lee gives a kitten a transfusion; Emma Milne handles a pot-bellied pig.
Emma and Joe's wedding day; Trude and Sam must work.
A stray cat left for dead is brought to the clinic with a dislocated hip.
Three brothers who all work in the field of veterinary medicine.
A horse with equine sarcoids, a form of skin cancer.
A lion cub needs to be inoculated; a rabbit with an abscess develops problems.
A baby rabbit with a large abscess; a Jack Russell puppy who ingested slug pellets wrapped in sausage meat.
A bearded dragon is attacked by a cricket.
A 10-month-old cat suffers a broken jaw and swollen eye after being hit by a car.
Fiona is caught in a hurricane in the Bahamas; Trude tries to save a German shepherd; collie with a lump.
Tom treats an ailing cow; cat with multiple fractures; Sam operates on a foal's legs.
Craig's dog may have cancer; Alison adopts a cat; hamster; dog's knee.
Emma's knee is examined; paralyzed cat; endoscopy on a race horse.
Keith acts as a mentor; dog's eating habits.
Keith performs emergency surgery on a cow; Fiona helps an injured goat; baby raccoons.
Joe loses his job; Emma tries to save a cat with cancer; Sam treats a horse with hoof problems.
Emma picks up a 12-week-old kitten; Hannah treats an injured dog; Sam treats a horse with colic.
Cat with breathing problems; Pepper the guinea pig.
Blood tests are run on a dog; a horse suffers liver damage from ingesting poison.
Emma fits a dog with wheels; gerbil's broken leg; dog swallows a ball; Alison operates on a dog.
Trude treats a gerbil; lambing; pig is hit by car.
Trude turns 30; pregnant German shepherd; Alison and Craig's cat is ill.
Joe treats a rabbit's abscess; Sam deals with a poisoning; Hannah plans a makeover for herself and her dog.
Emma has to shoot an animal for the first time.
Trude meets a lion; puppy with salivating problems; Emma's skills are put to the test.
A Rottweiler with a sore paw; a rabbit attacks its mother, injuring her tail.
Joe Inglis faces a busy day with seven vaccinations, surgery and a budgie with an over-grown beak.
Trude Mostue encounters a retriever called Arnie, Fiona Green settles into her new practice in Reading.
Keith Leonard prepares to work as a volunteer in Kenya, treating strays and abandoned animals.
An elderly Jack Russell becomes ill with a womb infection.
Trude worries about a labrador puppy. Steve Leonard is confronted with an epileptic terrier.
Trude suspects an eight-week-old puppy might have the Parvo virus - a fatal disease.
Emma Milne performs a cow Caesarean while she still waits to hear whether she has got her dream job.
Steve Leonard decides to give up his traditional lifestyle to travel the world.
Steve Leonard deals with a calf struggling for breath. Meanwhile his younger brother is hoping to pass his final veterinary exams.
Trude Mostue asks her old tutors at the school for help with a Rottweiler puppy which has a painful limp.
Alison Lee must perform an emergency blood transfusion on a kitten. Joe Inglis plays Cupid to tortoises.
Emma and Joe go their separate ways after two years of marriage.
Norwegian friends discover whether the gamble of opening their own practice has paid off.
Keith settles into life as a locum in Anglesey acting as a mentor to a student who discovers what being a vet is all about.
Halfway through their first year in practice the graduates are each facing up to different challenges.
Trude Mostue is confronted by an Alsatian puppy which has swallowed a toy tree.
Trude is faced with a cat with a limp tail, and Alison solves a puppy's uncomfortable problem.
Mike Sandiford gets his dream job in Botswana, working for an animal orphanage.
Julie Richards has to deal with a terrier with severe behavioural problems.
Trude Mostue continues her battle to save the life of Jess the boxer dog.
Incontinent rabbit; a dog is put to sleep; orphaned kittens.
Trude and Steve have to catch a giraffe in the middle of the Kalahari desert.
Emma tries to save a cat with cancer; abandoned dog; rabbit's tooth; Maria helps a clumsy cat.
Steve treats a sick iguana; Fiona treats a terrier that has eaten rat poison; Keith meets with his boss.
Trude treats two dogs; horse birth.
Craig and Alison decide to move; Emma and Joe buy a house; Emma treats a puppy.
Four brothers work as veterinarians.
Fiona plans a new career; Keith prepares to leave; a foal has a hernia.
A chicken tailed Harriet and a malnourished tortoise.
Injured cat; itchy dog; bovine blood transfusion.
A weak calf at Longleaf Safari Park; a lamb with a hurt foot.
Emma furthers her dream of her own practice; an asthmatic horse.
A deformed kitten; a frisky horse; sheep racing.
Collapsed cow; injured woodpecker; hedgehogs.
A cat with a puncture wound; a goat with bladder problems.
An injured farm cat; radical knee surgery on a dog; Maria goes on maternity leave.
A sick dog; a lost rabbit.
Trude looks for a four-legged present for her mother.
The young vets review the progress of their careers.
Trude researches illness in exotic animals; Steve studies acupuncture.
Trude and Hannah work with unfamiliar animals.
Trude takes a new job; Alison treats nasty Alsatians; Craig treats a cat with feline AIDS.
Sam helps a German shepherd deliver pups; Craig operates on Allison's cat.
Three-month-old kitten; injured dog; colicky horse.
Fleas bite a litter of kittens; cat surgery; rabbit has an ulcer.
Amputating a fawn's leg; pregnant guinea pig; pony's tail is amputated.
A cat has trouble breathing; guinea pig is castrated.
Alison and Craig move to new practices; Emma and Joe want to buy a new house.
Trude treats a Jack Russell; helping a cow stand; lizard.
Craig and Alison treat a dog; cat with a heart defect; Fiona visits a dolphin sanctuary.
A dog with an injured ear; ferrets; an oryx with a sore foot.
Greyhound surgery; lame horse; sneezing rat.
A lame wolf; an abandoned baby blackbird.
Vets provide care for their own pets.
Trude operates on a wolf; Keith performs surgery on a cat.
Keith speaks to schoolchildren; soap opera goats; siamese cat has bone tumor.
Emma and Joe marry.
Emma makes a canine wheelchair; Joe pins a gerbil leg.
Fiona loses a poisoned boxer; Steve saves an iguana.
Sam assists horse birth; Trude works on shepherd with cancer.
Alison moves on; Joe treats elderly dog; Emma and Joe play.
Trude rescues dying gerbil; puppy with parvo virus; Keith handles a difficult lambing.
Shepherd birthing; rabbit; Trude's sister visits.
Rabbit; stray cat; Sam performs a biopsy; Joe handles mange.
The Leonard boys; Steve amputates kitten's leg; Keth handles goats.
Joe treats a snake's abscess; Trude treats a pig's tumor; Emma operates on a German shepherd.
Vets are halfway through; Steve tutors his brother; Trude treats a Lab's neck.
Fiona attends her graduation; Trude tries to overcome her fear of horses.
Emma shoots dying ewe to save lambs; terrier eats Christmas decorations.
Fiona removes cat's ears; Mike catches a crocodile in Botswana.
Alison and Craig marry; cat with numb tail; uncomfortable problem.
Alison treats a Yorkie; Alison and Craig's wedding rehearsal; Craig treats a German shepherd for breathing problems.
Love-sick chinchilla; Steve finds a girlfriend.
Fiona gets a new job; a retriever bites Trude; Hannah has her dog spayed.
Keith graduates; Trude worries about a Labrador; epileptic terrier; Alison's wedding hair.
Emma gets the job she wants; Trude becomes attached to a dying dog; Hannah tries to save a Yorkie.
Trude visits Norway; Emma performs a bovine Caesarean; Joe treats a wild fox.
Calf tracheotomy; Keith Leonard hopes to pass his final exams; dog with a tumor.
Rottweiler puppy; police dog's dental operation.
Trude announces she is leaving; Onion; a cat with skin cancer; a bull mastiff.
Dog with a swollen neck; rowdy parrot; goose with a broken wing.
Emma observes a surgeon at the Royal College in London; Fiona meets a person with a pet rabbit.
Joe helps dog with ear infection; lamb birth; Emma and Joe's relationship.
Maria admits a terrier and a stray budgie; Trude has to perform an operation she has never done before.
Emergency lambing; bovine Caesarean; Mike releases a wildcat in Botswana.
Maria sees Scotch, a dog with a sticky problem; Emma operates on a dog with a broken femur.
The foot-and-mouth virus spreads throughout the British countryside.
Puppy swallows toy; bloated lamb.
Sally starts her job at the Chiltern Equine Clinic; Keith goes to Africa with his girlfriend.
Maria Lowe treats a patient on her day off; a labrador cross with a lump on her stomach; Trude and Maria feel the strain.
A tortoise; a homeless kitten; surgery for a greyhound.
Fiona treats feline cancer; Trude does feline dental surgery; Mike works at a Botswana wildlife orphanage.
A nervous Swedish Vallhund; Tom is checking farms making sure the foot-and-mouth crisis isn't resurfacing.
A pregnant veterinarian deals with two serious cases, including a dog who went into shock after being electrocuted.
Great Dane has a large appetite; Emma looks for a job.
Terrier with behavioral problems; Siamese cat with thyroid problem.
Emma and Joe have both moved on since separating over a year ago with new vet jobs.
An ewe goes into premature labor.
Trude helps boxer dog; Joe treats Amazonian parrot.
A koi carp chokes on a fish.
Trude and Maria have a situation; Sally likes her job; a foal.
A cat with ticks; a 12-year-old dog with a possible tumor on his leg.
Motherless puppies; pheasant.
Trude awaits word about a new job; Joe treats a vermin-infested cat; Emma operates on a boxer.
The veterinary students return.