- Radio Times
- Review by:
- Jane Rackham
Being a vet is tough and messy as the six youngsters in this new series discover when they enrol at Edinburgh’s hi-tech vet school. The reality involves putting micro-cameras up a horse’s nostril, neutering a male raccoon and x-raying a dog’s paw. The kids aren’t all mad keen to become vets but they all acquit themselves well under challenging circumstances.
About this programme
1/10. New series. Children learn the skills needed to help injured animals and sick pets and compete to be named Head Vet, beginning by testing a horse for a life-threatening illness and carrying out delicate surgery on a racoon.