Pennod 1 Bywyd y Fet


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Pennod 1

Daw Hanna a'i brawd Eifion i syrjeri Y Bala gyda'u cwningen fach. In the first of a new series, Hanna and her brother Eifion visit the surgery in Bala with their baby rabbit.


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-From elderly patients...

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-..to those newly born.

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-From the domestic...

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-..to farm animals.

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-She's about six weeks gone.

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-The usual clients.

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-Well done, puss!

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-And the unexpected.

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-These are the creatures Wern

-Veterinary Surgeons have to treat.

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-The nurses call him Grumpy.

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-Who knows what they will face

-when they go to work in the morning.

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-He injured his leg yesterday

-jumping out of the pick-up.

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-They turn their hand to the old

-techniques as well as the new.

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-The work of a vet is never dull.

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-If I leave him the intestines will

-go through the hole and strangulate.

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-We'll operate on him

-and repair the hole.

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-Good morning, Wern Vets.

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-Wern Veterinary Surgeons

-have six sites.

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-They treat all kinds of animals

-across North East Wales.

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-In this series, we'll experience the

-ups and downs of the Wern vets.

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-And we'll have a close look

-at the life of a vet.

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-Another happy customer.

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-At the practice in Abergele, John is

-responsible for morning surgery.

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-Is this Cymro? How is he?

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-The first on the list is Cymro

-the dog and Mererid, his owner.

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-He's come for a vaccination.

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-It's important for puppies

-to have the right vaccinations...

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-..so that they are immune

-to disease.

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-You're a little one.

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-Let's get him out. He's pretty.

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-We'll weigh him first

-to see how heavy he is.

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-John has been a vet for 35 years.

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-He's one of 32 vets

-who currently work at the practice.

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-One and a half kilos.

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-Just over three pounds.

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-And he's a tricolour too!

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-He's a boy.

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-He's a boy.

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-Yes.

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-I should hope so

-with the name Cymro.

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-He has a nice moustache.

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-Good boy, Cymro.

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-He's got sharp teeth. Does he bite?

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-No. He just chews shoes and socks.

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-That's alright then.

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-He looks healthy.

-He's neither fat nor thin.

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-I'm going to listen

-to his heart now.

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-It sounds fine.

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-There we go.

-He's standing very still.

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-Very good.

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-He needs two vaccinations. One now

-and another in a month's time.

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-How's your coat, Cymro?

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-While examining Cymro's skin...

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-..John notices that he has

-a scratching problem.

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-Let's look at your belly. Good boy!

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-Oh dear! Do you see that on his leg?

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-Yes.

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-It's a flea.

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-Oh dear!

-He's been living in the hay.

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-A haystack.

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-He's been living in a haystack.

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-That's where they've come from.

-From the other dogs and cats.

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-Hold him for a minute,

-while I give him the jab.

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-Then we'll put some stuff

-on his back to kill the fleas.

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-How many times do you feed him

-in a day?

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-Twice.

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-Twice!

-He needs about four meals a day.

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-Now then, Cymro.

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-Hold his head

-and I'll give him the jab.

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-Oh dear!

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-He's brave.

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-Give him a rub.

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-It stings a bit because it's cold.

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-It's been in the fridge.

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-He's a brave little dog.

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-I'll fetch some drops.

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-He hasn't had anything, has he?

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-Good boy!

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-Hold him just there.

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-You're a good dog!

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-That will last a month now.

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-Let's put him back in his box.

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-Thank you very much.

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-Goodbye now.

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-Dyfrig has been working at the

-practice for almost fifteen years.

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-Farm animals are his specialism.

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-This morning, he's been called out

-to a dairy farm near Ruthin.

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-One of the dairy cows is not

-producing as much milk as usual.

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-This is a sign

-that something is wrong.

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-Illnesses in cattle

-can be quite puzzling.

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-We listen in every place

-that we can.

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-We feel every part that we can.

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-We look at every part of the cow.

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-Then we put it all together

-to form a diagnosis.

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-Her stools are very dry.

-That's a sign that she's not well.

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-I think she may have a chest

-infection or a virus.

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-That would normally

-be our first diagnosis.

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-So we'll treat her for that.

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-We'll bring down her temperature

-so that she feels better.

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-We'll give her some antibiotics,

-so she doesn't get any worse.

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-We don't want it

-to turn into pneumonia.

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-We'll see how she gets on

-in the next few days.

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-I'd expect her to have improved

-by the weekend...

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-..and to start producing milk.

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-It's quite a common problem.

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-These cattle work very hard.

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-So these infections

-knock them for six.

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-We inject the drugs into the vein,

-so that they work faster.

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-If you look at her stools, you can

-see that she's becoming dehydrated.

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-She isn't drinking enough water.

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-It doesn't do any harm

-to put some fluids into her.

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-We'll give her

-a couple of buckets of water...

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-..to make sure

-she has enough fluids.

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-The only way to get water into

-the cow's stomach quickly...

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-..is by putting a pipe

-down her throat.

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-The tube reaches

-straight into her stomach.

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-It goes straight into the rumen,

-the first part of the cow's stomach.

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-It has about 150-200 litres

-of capacity.

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-Two buckets aren't very much really.

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-The rumen is only one part

-of the cow's stomach.

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-We usually think that cows

-have four stomachs.

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-But they only really have one.

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-It's divided into four compartments.

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-The way I know how much fluid

-to put into a cow...

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-..is by looking at her left side,

-behind her ribs.

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-That's where the rumen

-begins to fill up.

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-I look to see how full the rumen is

-as I'm pumping it in.

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-I look at the rear left side

-of the cow...

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-..and I can see

-that there is room for more.

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-She's full now. I'll stop.

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-Before he leaves, Dyfrig gives the

-cow an injection of antibiotics...

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-..to treat the chest infection.

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-That's it.

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-Another happy customer.

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-Does Elsa belong to you?

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-Over at the Bala surgery...

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-..Hanna and Eifion have brought

-their pet in to be examined.

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-Who do we have here?

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-Who do we have here?

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-Elsa.

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-What sort of animal is Elsa?

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-A rabbit.

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-What did you think the first time

-you saw Elsa?

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-Happy.

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-Why did you choose the name Elsa?

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-Who else is called Elsa?

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-Who else is called Elsa?

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-Frozen.

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-Elsa, come in!

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-Come on, Elsa!

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-Hello!

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-How is Elsa getting on?

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-Okay. She's about ten

-and a half weeks old.

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-We just wanted to check

-that she's growing okay.

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-Just a check-up then really.

-That's fine.

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-Manon has been a vet at the practice

-for almost two years.

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-She was offered a full-time job...

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-..after a period of work experience

-as a student.

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-How long have you had her?

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-Almost three weeks.

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-Elsa is a very young rabbit.

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-Manon will examine her

-and give advice if necessary.

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-Is she quite energetic and bouncy?

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-Yes.

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-I'm a bit concerned

-that she's not putting on weight.

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-Something is worrying Elsa's owners.

-The rabbit is a little thin.

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-Despite all the food she is offered.

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-O.8. No, 0.47, sorry.

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-She wants to make a break

-for freedom.

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-As Manon examines the rabbit,

-there is a query about Elsa.

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-Has she definitely been sexed?

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-No. Are you going to tell me

-she's a boy?

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-I'm pretty sure. It's very difficult

-when they're very young.

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-But I'm pretty sure he's a boy.

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-I'll probably check again

-in a couple of weeks.

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-You should see

-some testicles develop.

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-It was a girl because she was Elsa!

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-Hanna isn't at all happy

-to hear the news.

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-We'll find out in a fortnight...

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-..whether Hanna needs to choose a

-more masculine name for poor Elsa.

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-You don't want Elsa to be a boy,

-do you?

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-No.

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-Why don't you want Elsa to be a boy?

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-Because she's Elsa.

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-Back at the practice in Abergele...

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-..Nel's first client

-is a little dog called Amber.

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-Amber is having

-a dental check today.

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-She'll have her teeth

-cleaned.

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-Is this something

-that has to be done often?

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-If you don't do it, they can get

-infections and lose teeth.

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-They can get tooth root infections.

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-It's better to do it.

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-If you can brush their teeth

-yourself, they don't need it.

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-There's a lot of plaque

-on her teeth.

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-They have to be cleaned

-to give them a Hollywood smile.

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-Because Amber is

-a very nervous dog...

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-..Nel has to give her a

-jab to sedate her...

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-..before giving her an anaesthetic.

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-Nel will be doing the cleaning

-and the nurse, Natasha will assist.

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-Put her down there.

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-Those were her pre-meds.

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-They're just to sedate her a little

-before she has the anaesthetic.

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-There's a painkiller in it as well -

-methadone...

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-..so she doesn't feel the injection.

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-She's very stressed at the moment.

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-This is so she can relax

-before the injection.

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-It will take about twenty minutes

-to take effect.

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-From time to time, the practice

-receives an unexpected patient.

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-This is Llewelyn, the donkey.

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-Vet Emma is looking after him

-and Jolene is assisting her.

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-Emma is taking Llewelyn

-for a little walk...

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-..to help him get strong

-after his recent operation.

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-Here we are.

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-While Nel waits for the drug

-to take effect on Amber the dog...

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-..she's come out to meet

-Llewelyn the donkey.

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-Llewelyn is seven months old and

-on his form it says he has colic.

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-He's had an operation and the

-operation wound became infected.

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-So his skin is still

-a little infected.

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-We need to flush out the wound

-every day.

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-I try to do it in the morning

-and the afternoon.

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-We have had to keep him

-on antibiotics...

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-..and keep the wound clean.

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-Because Llewelyn developed an

-infection after his operation...

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-..Emma cleans the wound

-by spraying it with antiseptic.

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-Llewelyn is well behaved.

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-He gets a bit noisy if there are

-dogs in the waiting room.

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-He starts braying.

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-He's fairly happy.

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-He'll feel better now.

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-I'm using manuka honey.

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-It's good for skin infections.

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-It helps fight the infection.

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-It's expensive stuff.

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-Emma uses manuka honey that comes

-originally from New Zealand...

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-..instead of ordinary honey

-because of its unique properties.

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-This special honey has several

-different uses...

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-..including the ability to cure

-many illnesses and infections.

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-I've finished.

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-Let's take him back.

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-Come on, Llew.

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-Amber the dog is now sedated...

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-..and ready to receive the

-anaesthetic to make him sleep.

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-Nel has already shaved his leg

-and cleaned it with antiseptic.

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-These preparations must be made

-before using a needle...

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-..in order to prevent infection.

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-This is a general anaesthetic.

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-It will make her sleep

-so that we can put a tube in.

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-It's called Propofol.

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-Michael Jackson overdosed

-on Propofol.

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-Amber will need help to breathe

-during the operation.

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-Nel puts a special tube

-down her throat.

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-It will pump a mixture of oxygen

-and anaesthetic gases to her lungs.

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-A small piece of sponge is placed

-in her mouth during the operation...

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-..to absorb any water

-that gathers in her mouth...

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-..so that it doesn't go down

-her wind pipe.

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-Animals lose heat from their bodies

-very quickly when under anaesthetic.

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-So Natasha covers Amber

-with a blanket to keep her warm.

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-Once Natasha is satisfied...

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-..with Amber's condition

-under the anaesthetic...

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-..Nel can begin

-the work of cleaning her teeth.

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-Nel has been working

-at the practice for four years...

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-..and has undertaken

-hundreds of treatments like this.

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-Although dogs do not have as much

-dirt or as many cavities...

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-..in their teeth as people do...

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-..it's important

-that they are cleaned regularly.

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-Bits of meat need to be removed

-to prevent dangerous infections...

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-..that could affect the heart and

-other important organs in the body.

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-Here in Ruthin, the vets practice

-has its headquarters.

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-This is where the practice

-started out.

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-There are two animal treatment

-centres in Ruthin now.

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-As well as surgeries

-for treating small animals...

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-..part of their headquarters

-has been specially adapted...

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-..to treat farm animals and horses.

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-Dyfrig is eagerly awaiting

-his next patient.

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-Mr and Mrs Jones are worried

-about their calf.

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-She hasn't eaten properly for days

-and is behaving strangely.

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-She has maggots under her tail.

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-She has maggots under her tail.

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-Her tail?

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-A maggoty tail.

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-That's why it's sore.

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-You wouldn't know

-unless you lifted her tail.

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-You wouldn't expect a calf

-to be maggoty.

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-You don't see it very often.

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-The first job is to remove them

-and treat the area...

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-..so it doesn't develop any further.

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-SHAVING NOISE

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-Look at all of them here.

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-Her leg's blistered all the way

-down there. She's got big muscles.

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-There you are.

-You'll feel better now.

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-After shaving her behind, Dyfrig is

-washing her with soap and water...

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-..to make sure

-all the maggots are gone.

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-It's been very painful for her.

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-It's been very painful for her.

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-Poor thing!

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-I'll put some Spot On on her to kill

-any that may be lurking elsewhere.

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-If there are any more hiding

-on the calf's body...

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-..this skin treatment

-will kill them.

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-Come on, Mrs.

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-It's no wonder that the poor thing

-has been behaving strangely...

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-..with a bottom full

-of itchy maggots.

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-Being a vet isn't

-the cleanest of jobs.

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-It's important that the vet cleans

-and disinfects his clothes...

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-..straight after completing

-a treatment...

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-..so that he doesn't spread

-infection to other animals.

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-What kind of harm can maggots do

-to an animal like a calf?

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-Maggots will burrow

-into their flesh...

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-..and in this case they could have

-eaten her from the inside out.

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-That would have been very

-unpleasant.

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-We managed to catch it

-before that happened.

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-They hadn't yet broken the skin.

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-When Hanna and her brother Eifion

-visited the Bala surgery recently...

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-..with Elsa the rabbit...

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-..the vet wasn't sure whether

-the rabbit was male or female.

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-But now there is no doubt.

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-She is female

-and she gets to keep her name.

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-How many times a day

-does Elsa want food?

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-Once. In the morning.

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-If she finishes it,

-we give her another one.

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-I like it when she bounces around.

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-She has to be a good girl.

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-She likes running around outside

-with Hanna and me.

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-Elsa is eating better too

-and has put on some weight.

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-Why do you put Elsa on a lead?

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-She might run away.

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-Did you want Elsa

-to be a boy or a girl?

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-A girl,

-because it's Hanna's rabbit.

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-Hanna is delighted

-that Elsa is...well, Elsa.

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-In Abergele,

-Amber has regained consciousness...

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-..after having her teeth cleaned

-under anaesthetic.

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-She is ready to go home.

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-Llewelyn the donkey is happy

-and getting better.

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-Next time, on Bywyd y Fet...

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-..Alex has a feathered problem.

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-I've never operated

-on a bird before.

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-It's the first time I've done

-something like this.

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-I've read the textbook, so I hope

-everything works out well.

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-A little white calf

-needs John's help.

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-He's fractured the joint in a place

-called the growth plate.

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Daw Hanna a'i brawd Eifion i syrjeri Y Bala gyda'u cwningen fach. In the first of a new series, Hanna and her brother Eifion visit the surgery in Bala with their baby rabbit.