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Behind the scenes at the Small Animals Hospital in Glasgow, Scotland.

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Owners Lisa and Callu are worried about Merlin, a Great Dane who goes over on his front toes when he walks; neurologist Annette Wessman suspects a problem in the animal's spine or skull.
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A boxer has a cancerous lump removed from his jaw by his own vet, but is referred to the hospital to check if the cancer has spread.
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Rover, a young working dog, is brought into the hospital after falling over a cliff; surgeon Annette operates successfully, but Rover suffers a relapse.
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When puppy Murphy eats a piece of his basket, an operation to remove the piece reveals an abnormal blood vessel.
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Oorla, an Alaskan malamute, is brought into the hospital after having a cancerous lump removed; when vets find the cancer has spread, a course of radiotherapy may be necessary to cure her.
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Oncologist Jenny Helm treats a much-loved family cat with a worrying lump in her chest and a stray pup brought in for pioneering surgery.
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When a 4-year-old Maltese terrier is brought into the hospital with a mystery illness, the vets struggle for a diagnosis as his condition gets worse.
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When equine vet David Sutton helps Tilly, a 10-year-old mare who has grass sickness and hasn't eaten for two weeks, her owners are faced with a heartbreaking decision.
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Emergency vet Gerard works fast to help Indie the whippet, who has been rushed in with severe breathing difficulties and whose X-rays reveal a serious problem.
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Glasgow's Small Animal Hospital features state-of-the-art operating theaters, specialist oncology equipment and a diagnostic imaging suite.

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