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Village Vets Australia

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James Carroll and Anthony Bennett are back with more extraordinary tales of caring for the animals of Berry, Shoalhaven Heads, and Kangaroo Valley, in southern NSW. The series highlights their tight-knit community and the real-life dramas, triumphs and emergencies at the heart of their rural veterinary practice. Filmed across the picturesque Shoalhaven region, Village Vets Australia is about the bonds between people and their pets, farmers and their animals and the friendship of two great mates.

 
 

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Posted by Alison211287Report
Any news on Series 3 yet???
Posted by Corinne122Report
When is Series 3 coming to TV? It's been so long now....
Posted by David2021Report
We can only hope the boys saddle up for series three.......please?
Posted by Evelyn105Report
Loving the programme - the best vet programme I've ever seen.
Posted by Jeremy5183Report
Such an amazing second series. James, it's incredible to see you have returned to practicing again. Such an enormous step from the country practice of Barraba, where I first met you while you were still training. Your passion for all animals shows in everything you do.
A very emotional episode laying Bailey to rest in beautiful Bundarra. The episode was very touching, having had to do the same with my best mate Bronx.
Congratulations on series two.
Fantastic James!
Posted by Nancy15Report
So glad to have village vets back on! I love how down to earth James and Anthony are, they are obviously great mates and they both have a great sense of humour. I was in tears at the end of this episode, however I was glad that the end of Bailey's life was celebrated, what a great life she had! It's never an easy decision to put your beloved pet to sleep but in the end it is for the best. Bailey passed away peacefully at home surrounded with the people she loved. Even though it was so sad, it was very courageous to show your raw emotions. Thanks for that James and family :-)
Posted by Ruby Tuesday's MumReport
Welcome back, James and Anthony, we love your show and the antics that some of your patients get up to. Rupert the "crate escape" pig was hilarious, but given what he was about to have done, who could blame him? The three deaths were very sad, especially James and Ronnie's heart-wrenching decision to have to put Bailey to sleep. We had to make that decision earlier this year for our beloved dachshund Ruby, who was the same age as Bailey (2001 - 2015) and had been the most wonderful part of our family. I think it was really brave at such an emotioanal and personal time to show what happens in this situation, and while it is very painful to watch and would bring back sad memories for others of us who have been through it, there is the comfort of knowing that it is also one of the most loving things we can for our pets when the time comes. On a more cheery note, I hope Rupert gets over losing his grass roots ability and here's to more Berry animal adventures in season 2.
Posted by queensland_divaReport
I am so, so happy to have the Vets back on our screen, although 3 deaths in one episode was a bit hard to take. Welcome back fellas. We love your show.
Posted by Karin95Report
Guys! I have a beautifully natured dog looking to be the only dog in the right home. She's three and our older *** is going blind and defensively starts fights with the younger girl. ... This is unfair to them both. She's a pedigree American Staffy with fab bloodlines. Very intelligent and trainable and great to look at. People always comment on her beauty. Gentle, loves children. We are looking for an experienced dog handler. Desexed and microchipped. Will deliver and a trial is welcome. thank you and enjoy Christmas
Posted by Trevor193Report
BEST SHOW ON TELEVISION! What great blokes James and Anthony are....real aussie larrikins but with an enormous amount of talent, skill, knowledge and compassion. I am certain that anyone that has ever watched the show would wish that these boys were looking after their pets. PLEASE keep the series coming.