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The Supervet

Season 3 Episode 4 SBS October 24, 2016

This cutting-edge veterinary hospital takes life-saving care to a whole new level. With 200 new cases every month, Professor Noel Fitzpatrick is back for a third season to help Britain's most sick and injured pets. In this episode, Noel pushes the boundaries of his life-saving veterinary medicine when Katie brings in her pure white Aslatian puppy, Ice. Noel uses ground-breaking cell treatment - extracting and growing cartilage cells in the lab and then re-injecting them - to repair the damaged joint.

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