The Dog House
Can Noel can help Labrador Scooby, who has a life-threatening tumour in his leg? Tiger the cat's heart stops beating after an operation. And lurcher Otis has shotgun wounds in his leg.
Noel Fitzpatrick sees a rabbit with a broken leg. Cocker spaniel Dixie needs spinal surgery. And Noel finds inspiration from X-Men for a daring solution to a dog's damaged paw.
Jasper, a Staffie puppy, needs an operation on his legs. A Labrador called Mojo has a spinal problem. And a cat called Lolli needs a pioneering procedure for a smashed pelvis.
Diane brings in her 12-year-old cat Pixie, who's been hit by a car. Noel believes he can help Pixie walk again by giving her a revolutionary bionic implant.
Ira, a two year-old Labrador is fitted with a bionic spine. And eight-year-old French Bulldog Tom has been brought in by his anxious owner Rob with a long list of chronic ailments.
The vets treat Schrodinger, a cat with a shattered thigh bone, Lois, an English bulldog with an extravagant diet, and an elderly and much loved springer spaniel called Flossie
A dachshund called Frankie is brought in by owners Kelly and Daniel. A ten-month-old Labrador needs a hip replacement. And Emily, a shih-tzu from Bognor Regis, needs an operation to fix her spine.
Noel meets Lara the cat, who jumped into a removal van, got hit by a car and then attacked by a fox. And a Northern Inuit dog needs a hip replacement, but his owner can't afford to pay.
Noel treats Fieval the Labrador, who needs a total hip replacement. And the show catches up with Scooby the Labrador, Jasper the puppy and Pixie the cat.
German shepherd Otto has a life-threatening tumour. Pomeranian puppy Gucci has broken her paw. And Rottweiler Elvis is having trouble walking.
A dog called Stampy has been hit by a car and is in a critical condition. And a stricken golden retriever's owner drives for seven hours to seek Noel's help and advice.
A poodle called Diamond needs a hip replacement. A Balinese kitten may have to lose a leg and a German Shepherd puppy is lame in both front legs.
In the surgery this time is a Bengal cat hit by a car and a dog having seizures. And a rescue deerhound with a broken neck faces high-risk surgery.
A young rabbit has a broken leg after a fight with his mate. A dog that's been run over by a delivery van needs a prosthetic paw. And a bulldog has a mysterious paralysis.
Rescued bulldog Dolly has problems with her legs. Police dog Anya's spine is badly damaged. And a retired greyhound called Lola has a mystery problem.
The pets with problems this time include a rare breed of bulldog, called Cyrus, with multiple issues, a lame husky and a Maltese cross Bichon Frise suffering from seizures
Noel's festival for dog lovers, in Surrey, includes speed puppy training and a 'Guess the Weight of your Dog' stall. He also catches up on the health of a Great Dane called Sox.
At the canine festival in Cheshire, Noel uses his skills to help a dog injured in a traffic accident. The festival ends with a huge dog walk of thousands of families and their canine companions.
Noel and his team help a blue Russian cat with a shattered jaw, a Labrador cross with a lame back leg, and a six-month-old Chihuahua with a wonky leg
Nurse Steph's cat is brought in after being poisoned. A Polish sheepdog needs an elbow replacement. And a self-confessed 'crazy cat lady' from Belfast visits with a ginger tom.
A Staffordshire bull terrier has a complete paralysis in his back legs. And a Devon rex cat is struck by a car, leaving its eight-year-old owner with a tough decision.
Noel pushes the boundaries of life-saving medicine with surgery on an alsatian puppy. There's also a young Chihuahua with a neck deformity in need of delicate surgery.
It's Christmas, and Noel is busier than ever, with a sleigh-pulling Alaskan malamute's bad knees, a cocker spaniel with a shattered jaw and a cute dachshund puppy
Noel treats a cockapoo puppy called Henry, who has a fractured neck. There is also a Romanian stray known as Geoffrey, whose front legs are so badly deformed that he can barely walk.
A Great Dane is rushed to the clinic after losing the use of her back legs. A spaniel needs work after being hit by a car. And an owner travels from Yorkshire with her collie.
A Newfoundland called Billy needs treatment on his legs. A tiny Yorkshire terrier has a deformity in his neck. And Noel finds himself managing the needs of a pampered chihuahua.
Ruth and Chris have spent their lives rescuing stray animals. Can Noel save their three-legged cat Jersey? There's also a dog with a dodgy elbow and a two metre tall Great Dane.
When a cockapoo called Orla gets hit by a lawnmower, Professor Noel fears the worst. And Scooby the labrador has painful elbows, while a German shepherd-collie cross has a bad spine.
Noel helps Hetty the Labrador - a guide and seizure dog that's lame. There's also a Rhodesian Ridgeback with a tumour and a sickly Tibetan terrier.
A young family rush to the clinic with their Chihuahua that's been hit by a car and has a crushed pelvis. And Banjo, a much-loved spaniel is brought in with problem hips.
A Saint Bernard suffering with hip dysplasia and a collie that's been hit by a car are brought into the clinic for treatment. And a cat called Bradley needs a bionic paw.
A chinchilla requires surgery for a broken leg, but his tiny airways and bones make it a difficult procedure. And Professor Noel fights to save the limb of a puppy that's been hit by a van.
Tina and her boisterous sons bring in a springer spaniel puppy with a badly deformed hind leg requiring complicated surgery. And a cocker spaniel has cancer.
A Staffordshire Bull Terrier who senses its owner's nocturnal epileptic fits needs treatment for its painful legs. And an Irish Setter has a cancerous tumour.
An excitable cocker spaniel needs some bionic paws. A puppy with a fractured knee must sit still if it's going to get better. And a cat dragging its legs is brought in for tests.
A golden retriever needs ground-breaking cell therapy to fix its cartilage. A cat is brought in with a suspected rat bite that keeps getting bigger. And a whippet is hit by a car.
Noel uses 3D printing to create a skull implant to treat a spaniel with brain cancer and a hinged elbow for a terrier
Noel combines cutting edge biology and technology in two ground-breaking operations to help a puppy called Flo and a border collie called Izzy
Noel is faced with two difficult cases that push his skills to the limit. Peanut the Cat was born with deformed front legs, and dog Ard Ri has bone cancer in his leg.
Professor Noel uses cutting edge technology to help Rottweiler Lulu after she loses the use of all four legs, and Doberman Maori who is struggling to walk and in considerable pain
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.
A wild buzzard with a broken wing gives Professor Noel a new challenge. A Labrador has badly damaged elbow joints, and a pampered cat needs surgery for his slipping knee caps.
A Bengal cat needs reconstructive surgery after being hit by a car. Rescue whippet Wobble needs a high risk operation. And care dog Alfie has elbow dysplasia.
As the Supervet team prepare for Christmas, Professor Noel Fitzpatrick treats a rescue greyhound and a puppy terrier with bad legs. And Noel makes a surprise visit home to Ireland.
Professor Noel pulls out all the stops to give a rescue puppy two bionic feet and a new lease of life. Young husky collie Nell has been hit by a car.
A puppy called Maya is rushed to the surgery after being hit by a car. A Great Dane has a tumour requiring a high risk operation. And a Chihuahua hurts her paw chasing a cat.
Noel fights to save the leg of a golden retriever and takes on some challenging surgery for a French bulldog with twisted elbows
A Labrador is rushed to surgery after being hit by a car. A cocker spaniel has a bulging disc in her spine. And Elmer, a basset hound, needs to have some leg straightening.
In this episode, labradoodle Mitzi is rushed in after being hit by a car. Noel also helps 10-month-old German Pointer Hector, a much-loved family pet who has been struggling to walk.
A dog called Marley is admitted to Fitzpatricks with severe dysplasia of the elbow. A Rhodesian Ridgeback has a high-risk operation. And Noel treats an old gym buddy's injured dog.
The Supervet takes on an incredibly challenging case with an injured boxer dog needing stem-cell scaffolding. And a convoy of hedgehogs with broken legs are brought to the surgery.
A tiny papillon needs a double knee replacement. A mountain dog has an exploded disc in his spine. And a German Shepherd is fitted with a bionic paw.
Expats Dave and Sue drive 500 miles from France hoping to get a diagnosis for their border collie's leg pain. And an eight-year-old pug needs surgery on his elbow.
A three year-old Newfoundland dog needs surgery for his bent front legs. And a long-haired Chihuahua requires a total hip replacement.
An owner travels through the night to get his much-loved doberman seen by Professor Noel Fitzpatrick. And a rabbit with a broken ankle needs surgery.
Professor Noel helps a bichon frise with chronic elbow pain, a Labrador unable to stand, and a leonberger with a bone tumour
Brought in to see Professor Noel Fitzpatrick is a shih-tzu cross with deformed legs, a golden retriever that needs a tumour removed, and a bulldog puppy with a fractured elbow
A dog owner travels all the way from Romania, hoping Professor Noel can cure her dog's squashed spinal chord. And a golden Labrador is offered a new shoulder.
Dr Noel treats a lurcher with a collapsed joint; a puppy that struggles to walk; and a cat that's been hit by a car on its first venture outside the house
A new run of shows starts with an emergency after a Staffordshire bull terrier is hit by a car, with her pelvis smashed in more than 25 pieces. And a giant schnauzer's lost her tail wag.
Basset hound Barney needs high-risk surgery on his troubled neck vertebrae. A giant mastiff undergoes radical surgery on both elbows. And a family puppy has fractured his foot.
A border collie is referred with a lump on his ankle. A short-haired cat may need a new hip. And a seriously unwell Golden Labrador is rushed to Fitzpatrick's sister clinic.
A two-year old mastiff is diagnosed with a bone tumour in her leg. A tiny pug has lost control of her hind legs. And a Rhodesian Ridgeback comes to surgery suffering from lameness.
Lucky the shih-tzu has been referred to Fitzpatrick's with severe arthritis and can barely walk. And Bongo the Labrador has been affected by osteoarthritis in all four legs.
The clinic face a challenging case with a Chihuahua with hydrocephalus. A Labrador is brought in with severe elbow arthritis, while another needs high-end surgery on an elbow.
A Great Dane called Baloo needs spinal surgery. A golden Labrador requires a knee replacement. And a black Labrador faces leg amputation for a tumour. But has the cancer already spread?
A Bengal cat has a broken back and dislocated spine after being hit by a car. A German Shepherd needs a new elbow. And a rottweiler puppy gets a stem cell fix for an ankle problem.
In this festive special, Professor Noel helps a Humboldt penguin with an unhappy foot. There's also a three-legged cat and a husky from Thailand needing hip surgery.
The new series starts with a tiny Jackahuahua puppy needing emergency spinal surgery and an excitable Labrador facing elbow replacement surgery and a difficult road to recovery
A beloved overweight bulldog called Buster needs new knees. And a pug called Doug requires risky spinal surgery to remove a cyst, with no guarantee he will recover.
A tortoiseshell cat needs a bionic implant. A Tibetan terrier called Beau faces complicated surgery to treat hip dysplasia.
A Labrador puppy needs fitted plates and stem cell injections for elbow disease. And a Russian Black Terrier has a cancerous growth and is at risk of losing a leg.
Take That's Mark Owen brings some celebrity dazzle to the surgery as he arrives with his 18-month-old Doberman. There's also a lame border collie and a Coton-Tzu with a bad hip.
Sports pundit Lee Dixon brings his beloved rescue dog to see Professor Noel. An owner comes all the way from Guernsey with her injured dog. And a puppy needs new hips.
The Supervet returns for a new run, this time helping a giant Newfoundland puppy called Lola and a golden Labrador in need of a bionic solution for a deformed front paw
A fluffy Persian cat that's been hit by a car, requiring complex treatment. A rescue dog has a tumour, and a young staffie-cross has a sore elbow.
A puppy called Albie has a broken back from being knocked over by a car and needs a complex operation. And a Scottish terrier has a mysterious ailment never seen before.
Professor Noel faces one of his greatest ever practical and ethical challenges as he seeks to provide Hermes, the one-legged tortoise, with three new prosthetic feet
A small Cavachon has not only a broken leg but also a serious heart condition. A Labrador needs help with badly formed hips. And a nervous basset hound has a spinal problem.
Professor Noel offers cutting-edge treatment for Luca, a four-year-old springer spaniel with a painful elbow. There's also a leaky Labrador puppy in need of surgery.
A four-year-old French bulldog suffers a spinal injury being chased by another dog in the park. A rescue Labrador has a wounded paw. And a cocker spaniel has a painful hind leg.
It's Christmas at Fitzpatrick Referrals and Professor Noel musters all his skills to treat three very special patients, a rescue puppy, a Dalmation, and a Labrador from Switzerland
The nation's favourite vet gears up for an extraordinary range of new challenges. A Rhodesian Ridgeback has cancer and a puppy from Cornwall is in a lot of pain. Can the Supervet help?
Professor Noel treats a Carpathian shepherd dog with a severely dislocated hip, a Labradoodle with a bad ankle fracture, and a hedgehog with broken hind legs
Noel plays detective with an Australian Shepherd that's not quite herself. A Jack Russell puppy suffers a crushed pelvis. And a pug called Britney faces a risky procedure.
A six-year-old terrier has its paw ripped off and a gentle giant of a Newfoundland presents with chronic lameness
The nation's favourite vet faces feline and canine puzzles treating a fox red Labrador puppy with lameness, and a domestic cat with a knee problem
Noel sees faces old and new, including a lame spaniel to whom it might be time to say goodbye, and a French sheepdog Supervet helped as a puppy
Pet patients include a pug and beagle cross who's been dragged under a bus, a Labrador that was trod on as a puppy, and a basset hound with the condition Bony Wobblers
Noel operates on a golden retriever poodle cross with abnormally developed front legs, a lame labrador, and a dachshund who has suddenly lost the use of her back legs
A cocker spaniel puppy needs hip replacements. A cat is rushed in with a smashed femur and punctured lung after being hit by a car. And a dachshund has an exploded disc.
A hyperactive ridgeback has ankle problems. A much-adored family dog has issues with hips, elbows and knees. And a Havana kitten suffers a broken leg after a mystery accident.
A bull terrier puppy needs a 3D-printed implant for a new lease of life. A Siamese cat has multiple injuries after being hit by a van. And a beloved collie cross, needs a new hip.