This brand new series features an elite team of experts who help desperate yet colourful pet owners reveal the most embarrassing health or behavioural issues of their furry friends in this warm and witty series. At a very special surgery, pets and their owners arrive to be seen by an elite team of animal experts: two vets and two behaviourists. During the consultations, the experts diagnose the problem and offer practical advice and potential solutions regarding treatment or training needed.Cameras also capture some of the pets and owners at home prior to the consultation, to discover how the problem affects their daily lives. Featuring interviews with our experts and packed with take-home tips, this enlightening and entertaining series delivers a candid view on life as a vet while also showcasing the unique bond between owners and their pets – one that exists no matter how embarrassing the issue may be!
An elite team of experts help owners with their pets' embarrassing issues. In this episode, a whippet collie cross wreaks havoc; a smelly shih-tzu, and a duck who's a bit of a diva.
Shih-tzu Casper's barking has become too much for his owners; yellow-sided conure bird Reggie's feathers seem to be ruffled; and bichon frise Benji can't stop chewing his feet.
The experts help the owners of a collie with a phobia of open spaces, a pungent pug and a petulant parrot whose aggressive behaviour is terrifying the youngest member of the family.
Animal behaviourist Caroline gives advice about a temperamental macaw, while vet Gavin meets a western hognose snake that has suddenly started striking out at its owner.
Vet Gavin investigates the curious case of a rottweiler that becomes incontinent after long walks. The exact cause of the leaking proves difficult to diagnose.
Vet Gavin has to try and tame an angry alpaca with an attitude, while vet Deepti investigates whether there is a reason behind rabbit Feebie's bad behaviour.
The vets deal with a basset hound with a habit of mounting its owners' legs, an obese cat in need of dietary advice and a puggle that will not stop barking when it goes for a walk.
A dog behaviourist encounters a two-year-old Great Dane who jumps up rather than walks, while vet Deepti meets an African Pygmy hedgehog whose owners think is depressed.
Dog expert Leon gives advice to a couple whose Chihuahua constantly barks, while vet Gavin deals with an African pygmy hedgehog that is plucking out its own quills.
Nine-month-old French bulldog Winston refuses to have his nails clipped, so vet Gavin sees if he can get to the bottom of the problem.
Marie and her family have come to see animal behaviourist Caroline with their badly behaved macaw Bruno, and a terrier is treated for a severe case of bad breath.
The vets deal with a beagle with a habit of stealing underwear, two cats who have gone from friends to enemies and a Jack Russell who keeps barking at his owner's best friend.
French Bulldog Stitch has a severe case of itching. Rafi the Rhodesian ridgeback is a howling hound who tails his owner everywhere. And whippet Pixie won't stop weeing in the house!
Jug pups Bebe and Gogo turn into tiny terrors on walks. Caroline is tasked with pacifying Jeremy the pecking parrot. And Gavin investigates Sid the ferret's suspicious spare tyre.
Yorkshire terrier Molly follows her owner Hayley wherever she goes. Shaun the sheep constantly tries to ram his owners. And pug/beagle cross Bella can't stop licking people.
Schnauzer Dennis has a thing for barking at bikes and joggers. Jack Russell Poppy has piled on the pounds. Chihuahua Bambi's yapping at men is putting off boyfriends for owner Jill.
Holly and Jake need to control high-speed husky Luna. Zuri the Burmese mountain dog has an ongoing problem with paws and ears. And Archie the cat is a territorial terror at home.