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Gach Creutair Beò / Vets

BBC ALBA – Starts Tuesday 26 January 2016 at 8.30pm

Gach Creutair Beò

BBC ALBA – A’ tòiseachadh Dimàirt 26 Faoilleach 2016 aig 8.30f

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TREATING OUR FURRY FRIENDS ON BBC ALBA AS THE POPULAR VETS SERIES RETURNS

BBC ALBA’s popular vets series returns with ten more episodes and follows vets across Scotland as they go about their daily work tending to a wide range of animals, as well encountering some very wild creatures along the way.

Throughout the series we see a number of vets in actions, including Colin Scott who looks after the animals at Blair Drummond Safari Park near Stirling; Graham Hunter at the equine hospital near Aberdeen; Jane Harley at Highland Wildlife Park; David Mackenzie from Vets Now in Aberdeenshire; Romain Pizzi who visits the Wildlife Rescue Centre near Alloa once a week and Iain MacLean, the Wick based vet.

Coming up over the first few episodes…

At Blair Drummond Safari Park, thirty macaque monkeys have come over from Gibraltar where they were causing havoc with tourists and Colin has to treat some of the younger females who aren’t in a hurry to cooperate. In Wick, Iain is called out to a farm in the middle of the night to perform an emergency caesarean section on a cow and has a race against time when the calf is born not breathing.

Meanwhile, at the out-of-hours service near Aberdeen a 15 week old Lhasa Apso dog is in trouble and needs help, whilst a Pekinese style dog is fighting for her life after giving birth to three puppies.

The dart gun is out at Highland Wildlife Park so that vet Jane can rasp a Kiang horse’s teeth and trim a Markhor’s hooves, whilst another one of Jane’s arduous tasks is to take some blood samples from a young female bison who is going to be moving to pastures new. At the equine hospital at Ardene House near Aberdeen, Graham carries out an endoscopy on a horse, and he extracts a tooth from a budding racehorse – a task that takes a long time and a lot of patience.

Vet Romain Pizzi visits the Wildlife Rescue Centre near Alloa once a week, and in spring they are exceptionally busy as the staff are saving injured and orphaned newborns. The keepers often take the young animals home so that they can get provide round-the –clock care. Romain has difficult decisions to make as he assesses which will make it and which will not.

In the series we also meet two young vets based in Wick who are working long days during the calving and lambing season. It is only a few years since Kiri Harvey and Pete Cameron graduated but they are handling the pressure like seasoned pros. A sheep heavy with triplets arrives in a serious condition and they battle to save the mother and the lambs.

Treating all creatures great and small, the new vets series brings viewers stories of joy and some of sadness as we follow vets throughout the country as they endure some tough battles to save lives.

Produced for BBC ALBA by Midas Media, ‘Vets: Gach Creutair Beò’ series three starts on Tuesday 26th January at 8.30pm.

Tha na lighichean-sprèidh a’ tilleadh gu BBC ALBA agus nan cois beathaichean beaga is mòra, bochd is fallain, modhail is gu math mi-mhodhail! Eadar na fiadh-bheathaichean aig Pàirc Safari Blàr Dhruiminn, seirbheis èiginn ann an Obair Dheathain agus obair làitheil nan lighichean a-muigh air an dùthaich ann an Inbhir-Ùige, chan eil cùisean idir sàmhach.

Coinnichidh sinn na muncaidhean macaque a th’ air tighinn a-null à Gibraltar chun an dachaigh ùir aca faisg air Sruighlea. Feumaidh am bheat Cailean Scott sgealb bheag a chuir fo chraiceann cuid de na muncaidhean òga boireann, ach tha e duilich greim fhaighinn orra! Agus dè an t-àite a th’ aig bhàirnis ìnean dhearg anns a’ chùis?

Ann an Inbhir-Ùige tha fios a’ tighinn air Iain Mac’illeathain tron oidhche gus cobhair a dhèanamh air bò a tha ann an gàbhadh is i a’ feuchainn ri breith. Aig an t-seirbhis èiginneach faisg air Obair Dheathain tha beathach gu math nas lugha, cù le coltas Pekinese, ann an cruaidh chàs aig àm breith cuideachd.

Agus chi sinn dè a bhios iad a’ dèanamh aig ospadal nan each nuair a nochdas each leis an dèideadh. Tha aon ni cinnteach, tha feum air foighidinn.

Bidh sgeulachdan toileachais agus bròin pailt agus sinn a’ coinneachadh gach seachdain ri gach creutair beò.


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