Supervet. Anyone watch it?

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  1. Old Soldier

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    Been watching this for awhile now. What a wonderful program. Gives both owners and pets hope when sometimes it seems all hope is lost. :happy:
     
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    He is an amazing vet and it is one of the best programs on tv. sometimes wonder why he pushes himself so hard.
     
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    I guess it's his love of animals ( and their owners). He has incredible skills and can make such a difference. Incredible. :happy:
     
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    Yep watch it, one of the few programs I do watch, but I have no idea why because I always end up with a tear in my eye, but don't tell anyone OK :mad:;)
     
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    Strange that, always thought it was a bit of fluff!!!!
     
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    Watch it. Think he's great and we're not pet owners.
     
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    We watch this but it's so sad sometimes that I end up crying through most of it.

    It's great to see the follow up at the end of the show and how well these animals have recovered.

    Liz
     
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    We have been watching it for the last two series, there's always a box of tissues on the side (for Jenny) of course.
     
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    Incredible man with incredible skill , we love watching .
     
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    One of our not to miss programme's an amazing dedicated man, the lengths he goes to save people's pets makes him an extra special person.




     
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    Brilliant programme I always end up crying too. He does wonderful work. The 3 legged pussycat with a hip replacement who'd have thought?
     
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    If and when I need a new hip I'm going to sneak in on all fours, wearing Les's old fire coat and hope for the best.. Guess it will be the fake fur that gives me away!! :think:
     
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    Be careful what you wish for...
    We had to take one of our dogs to a Referral Clinic (Dick White, Nr Newmarket) a couple of years ago after she jumped out of a 1st floor window. One of the options offered to us was a hip replacement, at £12K
    We went for the cheaper option of a hip dysplasia operation.
     
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    And an absolute pioneer in his methods. He does things on a regular basis that have never been done before.
    He'll not make old bones though as he'll simply burn himself out with the hours he does.
    I reckon vets are amazing as unlike a doctor their patients can't tell them what is wrong with them.
     
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    Yes we watch it, think he is a one off, brilliant vet, gives his all to help his clients
     
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    We never miss it, Love the passion and skill he has for his work....A great show..
     
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