CALLING all animal lovers, a code new BBC series is kicking off TONIGHT which will be right up your street.
What the pets really need to have a prolonged and healthy life is set to be explored in Trust Me, I’m a Vet – here’s what we know…
What is Trust Me, I’m a Vet?
In this new series, a group of practising vets use the latest veterinary research, entrance to world-leading experts and code new scholarship to find out the very best recommendation for holding caring of your pet.
The show is hosted by TV vets Steve Leonard and Judy Puddifoot and digs low into health issues inspiring the UK’s 60 million pets.
The show is presented from London’s Royal Veterinary College.
When can we watch Trust Me, I’m a Vet??
The new series continues tonight (May 10 2017).
It will run for 3 episodes on Wednesdays on BBC2 at 8pm.
If you skip it, you can locate up with it on iPlayer.
What can design from the first part of Trust Me, I’m a Vet?
In this episode, Steve Leonard investigates the latest investigate into vegetable calm in pet food, and discovers that many destroy to meet guidelines.
Steve finds out either feeding these dishes to your pet over the prolonged term could lead to health problems and uncovers what pet owners can do about it.
Also, an startling 80 percent of cats and dogs have resin disease, which can lead to critical health issues – so to tackle the problem, Judy Puddifoot runs a singular examination to find the best way to keep your pet’s teeth clean.