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This docuseries takes a look behind the scenes of the veterinary practice where James Herriot, author of All Creatures Great and Small, worked. The current head of the practice, who was also trained by Herriot, leads viewers through the everyday events in the animal hospital.

The Yorkshire Vet is a series that is currently running and has 9 seasons (96 episodes). The series first aired on September 15, 2015. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 8.7.

The Yorkshire Vet is available for streaming on the Acorn TV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Yorkshire Vet on demand at Apple TV+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, The Roku Channel Free, The Roku Channel online.

Acorn TV
9 Seasons, 96 Episodes
September 15, 2015
8.7/10
Cast: Julian Norton, Peter Wright, Christopher Timothy
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The Yorkshire Vet Full Episode Guide

  • Julian heads out to help a rare breed of cow named Bertha. She is a champion breeder with a troubling eye infection. Peter returns yet again to the Green's to check on one of their donkeys. It is just one of many visits Peter has made to the Greens in the 36 years he's been helping them, but will things go as routine as before?

  • In the middle of a storm an an alpaca gave birth to a cria. Peter gets the call to see if he has more than just a chill. Julian introduces us to their rabbit Luna, but she has to learn to share as they take in a new stray Boris. In order to welcome him into the family Boris will need to be castrated.

  • Peter rushes to help a cow, who after delivery, has accidentally pushed out her uterus. Julian goes head to head with Arnie the ram who is very intimidating for those who look his way, but unfortunately he is struggling with his own sight.

  • In this episode Peter gets a call to help a Mother ewe deliver her baby lambs, but there are complications when Peter finds out the two are tangled in the womb. We meet one of the youngest chicken farmers, Jack, who has a few bad eggs in the flock in desperate need of help.

  • Julian Norton treats a cow with a rare and complex problem. The cow's stomach has become displaced and moved to the wrong side of her body, causing pain and stopping her eating. Meanwhile in Thirsk, a baby roe deer is brought into the practice as it has stopped taking milk, and a dog has a large tumour removed in a tricky operation.

  • Julian sets up a blood bank for baby alpacas, but collecting donations is harder than expected. Peter is woken at 2am by an emergency call-out for a pregnant cow, and must be at his sharpest to deliver the calf safely. A sheepdog undergoes treatment to remove a tumour, a cat is in need of castration, and Katie visits a bad-tempered pig with very sore eyes.

  • Peter treats a lamb that was born with a life-threatening cyst full of spinal fluid on its head, which will require delicate and painstaking surgery to safely remove. Julian is called out in the middle of the night to save a cow that has experienced dangerous complications while giving birth, a pig is resistant to being castrated, and a dog swallows a bottle of e-cigarette liquid.

  • Peter treats a ewe that is struggling to give birth to twin lambs, and also performs a complicated and risky surgery on a tawny owl to remove the bird's ruptured eyeball.

  • At Boroughbridge, Julian x-rays a young alpaca who has been unable to stand or walk properly since birth. Peter performs difficult surgery on tawny owl Flynn, removing his ruptured eyeball, but his sight is crucial to his daily performances at a bird of prey center. Julian performs pregnancy tests o

  • Peter is called to help Marshmallow, a little foal born just hours ago, who can't take a vital first feed from his mom. Julian performs emergency surgery on new mom Bea, a labrador who's eaten a large sock her puppies were playing with. Meanwhile, lambing season sparks a rollercoaster ride of emotio

  • Julian sets up a blood bank for baby alpacas, but collecting donations is harder than expected. Peter is woken at 2am by an emergency call-out for a pregnant cow, and must be at his sharpest to deliver the calf safely. A sheepdog undergoes treatment to remove a tumour, a cat is in need of castration

  • Julian Norton treats a cow with a rare and complex problem. The cow's stomach has become displaced and moved to the wrong side of her body, causing pain and stopping her eating. Meanwhile in Thirsk, a baby roe deer is brought into the practice as it has stopped taking milk, and a dog has a large tum

  • At Boroughbridge, Julian and Ann operate on Scottie dog Nessie, who has a tumor in her chest. But the intricate surgery is just millimeters away from Nessie's heart.

  • Peter desperately tries to deliver thirteen puppies who are drowning in their own fluid. Saving a sick school guinea pig is a big test for Julian. And on the Greens' farm, Jean throws a surprise party for Steve's 90th.

  • The largest abscess Julian's ever seen is on a bull's backside - a waterfall of pus is coming! Peter meets Thor the giant rabbit as well as North Yorkshire's best dressed dog. And, just a few hours old, a lamb is rushed into surgery.

  • Peter treats two very poorly newborn calves. Julian tires to remove a huge tumour from a sheepdog and a sparky Shetland pony gives the vets the runaround.

  • Peter heads to a local farm to try and save a sheep and her unborn lambs. A little pug has a broken leg and Julian meets Lucy the overweight llama.

  • Julian races to help a pony with a large gash on her neck and Peter battles to save a sheep. A greedy cat has a stick stuck in his mouth and Julian faces a massive, messy job - pregnancy testing over 50 cows.

  • Julian removes a lump from an alpaca and finds something surprising in Echo the labrador's stomach. Peter helps the Greens with their cats, the vets treat their first ever hermaphrodite dog and Julian tries to save a bloated bull's life.

  • Julian helps a pregnant ewe with a tricky birth. Peter must remove a large tumour from a dog's bottom. Julian investigates a mystery llama injury. A female rhea has been injured during mating season. And can Peter save a schoolgirl's precious pony?

  • Julian battles to save a young cow who's prolapsed her uterus giving birth. Peter rushes to help a choking lamb and also meets Jemima - a little duck with a big attitude. Katy and Julian join forces to try to save a desperately ill, 6-month-old puppy.

  • Peter turns shoemaker to try and save a lame cow. An unusual case of llama colic poses a problem for Julian, who also has a fight on his hands with Rocky the cat. A pioneering new treatment is tried at Skeldale. And a plucky parrot needs a pedicure.

  • Can Julian save Duffy the Westie who has a massive liver tumour? Peter races to an emergency lambing, with the babies tangled inside mum and struggling to breathe. A cat arrives with a jaw dropping injury and four large, angry pigs need a pedicure.