The stakes are massive and the margin of error miniscule with this delicate bionic implant procedure.
Put on your scrubs and enter the O.R. where Dr. Fitzpatrick comes up against his fiercest foe yet...exhaustion.
A puppy in shock, a police dog in agony and a cat in a pool are just part of another workday for the Bionic Vet.
An old patient returns with an unrelated setback and a new one shows up with an unbelievable injury.
Enter the Bionic Vet's O.R., where three animals on their last legs, get new metal parts, and as a new lease on life.
See if high-tech vet Noel Fitzpatrick can get Oscar the cat back on his feet...his new bionic feet.
Spinal cord surgery, bionic feet implants, and even a revolutionary technique inspired by the film "X-Men." It's all in a day's work for the Bionic Vet. This six-part series follows veterinary surgeon Noel Fitzpatrick, a medical engineer who rebuilds animals using a range of metal structures, implants and groundbreaking procedures.
Just over a year old, Labrador Charlie is already living on borrowed time. An aggressive cancerous tumor is eating away part of his front leg and his only chance of survival is a bionic appendage that exactly mirrors his diseased bone. The challenge to Dr. Noel Fitzpatrick is enormous, and across the hall, senior surgeon Michael Hamilton faces an equally large task. Tiny chinchilla, Zippy has broken both of his arms. Can Michael come up with an ingenious solution to secure them back together?
Enter a multimillion-dollar hospital, where dedicated vets use every high-tech tool at their disposal to save lives.
The owner of a sick 9-year-old dog begs Dr. Fitzpatrick to save her sole companion, and he rises to the challenge, removing a cancerous tumor and creating a unique bionic foot.