The Bionic Vet Episodes

2010, TV Show

The Bionic Vet episodes

Ianto and Jade

A groundbreaking dog surgery to replace a foot with a prosthetic; another surgery for a dog with a dislocation. read more

Breezy and Jolly

An exhausted vet puts all of his surgical and engineering skills into an operation for puppy Jolly. read more

Ice and Neo

Tending to a puppy in shock, a police dog in agony and a cat about to take her first (reluctant) dip into the center's hydrotherapy pool. read more

Charlie & Sasha

The staff must save a tiny chinchilla that has broken both of his arms; a Labrador puppy needs a life-saving bionic appendage to mirror his diseased bone. read more

Sasha & Lottie

Fixing border collie Sasha's blown disk with a specially-designed bolt for her spine; saving a cat that was maimed by a car. read more

Mayo & Oscar

Oscar the cat gets a bionic-foot transplant; Mayo the arthritic dog has an "X-Men"-inspired surgical procedure. read more

I Can Only Give You 50/50 Season 1, Episode 4

Dr. Fitzpatrick and his staff care for a puppy that was trampled by a horse. Also: a cat with a repaired pelvis (reluctantly) receives hydrotherapy. read more

Game Over! Season 1, Episode 3

A dog needs spinal surgery; a cat's pelvis is rebuilt. read more

Improvizing with a Hypodermic Needle Season 1, Episode 2

A dog receives a bionic leg to replace one that has a cancerous tumor; another dog is given a new knee. read more

Give a Cat Two New Feet, Done! Season 1, Episode 1

The efforts of a British veterinary surgeon who uses cutting-edge technology to save animals are detailed in this series, which begins with a cat maimed by a combine receiving bionic legs; and an arthritic dog undergoing surgery to fuse its paw bones together. read more

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Premiered: June 30, 2010, on Smithsonian
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: The work of a British veterinarian who literally rebuilds injured animals that might otherwise be put to sleep, using metal structures, implants and other cutting-edge solutions.

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