Meet the real stars of the show – our wonderful furry and feathered pet patients!
Having a pet is wonderful, but it can be devastating if they become ill or get into mischief and injure themselves. Thankfully, PDSA is there to help hard-pressed owners in times of need, treating each pet as if they were their own.
From budgies to Border Collies, rabbits to Rottweilers – our dedicated vet teams mend broken bones, treat life-threatening conditions and dish out TLC every day for hundreds of much-loved pets in Liverpool. Find out more about the pet patients who star in The People’s Vet TV series, which goes behind-the-scenes at two of PDSA’s busy Pet Hospitals.
Series 1, episode 1
A cat who likes to fight with foxes, a poorly Staffie and a funky chicken... all this and more in episode one.
Series 1, episode 2
This episode: A cat with a skin condition, a radio DJ parrot and a pug who really doesn't want to go to sleep.
Series 1, episode 3
Our vets tackle a Chihuahua with a growth on its lip, a very ill hedgehog and a 'royal' appointment!
Series 1, episode 4
This episode our vets face lumps and bumps, a Yorkie with smelly breath and a larger than life patient.
Series 1, episode 5
Our vets meet an immovable Mastiff, a wandering Pomeranian, and a medal-winning therapy dog!
Series 1, episode 6
Tiny pup Buddy steals the hearts of our staff when he comes in to one of our Pet Hospitals with an injured paw
Series 1, episode 7
Little Gavin the kitten suddenly started limping, so his owner brought him along to Huyton PDSA to get his leg examined.
Series 1, episode 8
Our vets meet an adorable puppy, a Jack Russell with a football injury and a poorly cat with a worrying growth on her tail.
Series 1, episode 9
A rat with breathing difficulties, a poorly rabbit and a smiling Staffie are just some of the pets in this week's episode.
Series 1, episode 10
This week: A Bichon Frise with a Liver condition, a car-accident survivor Spaniel and an Alaskan Malamute who loves to howl.
Series 1, episode 11
Our vets meet a Lurcher with a wounded paw, a cat who's losing weight and a little pug who's got into a bit of a scrap with a cat.