Vet Let's Play


Vet

Imaginative preschool show. Sid steps through the Magic Curtain on a veterinary adventure.


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# Let's Play! Do be do do be do be do

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# Let's Play! Do be do do be do be do

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# Let's have an adventure Hooray! Do be do do be do be do

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-#

-Let's Play!

-Who could we be today? What could we do?

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# I'd like to drive a racing car or fly to the moon

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# I could be a fire fighter a farmer or a vet

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# A knight in shining armour or I could be a chef

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-# Let's Play! Do be do do be do be do

-Let's Play!

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-# Let's Play! Do be do do be do be do

-Let's Play!

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# Let's have an adventure today!

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-# Do be do do be do be do

-Let's Play!

-#

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-Hey, Sid.

-Whoa!

-Look what I found!

-A teddy bear.

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-Not just any teddy bear. This is Mr Bonce.

-Mr Bonce?

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Yes, it's a teddy bear I had when I was really small.

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-SQUEAKY VOICE:

-"Hello, my name is Mr Bonce."

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Oh, no, he doesn't talk like that. He talks like this.

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DEEP VOICE: "Hello, my name's Mr Bonce."

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I think Mr Bonce is missing something.

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Yes, he used to have this toy cat he used to play with,

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-but we lost it.

-No, no, look - he's missing one of his button eyes.

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Oh, yes, he is, too. He used to have two.

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-Hold on, Rebecca. It's time!

-Great!

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-It's time to play!

-Whose turn is it today?

-Let it be me!

-Let it be me!

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-Me!

-Me!

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# Let it be me! Let, let, let it be me!

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-# Let it be me!

-Let it be me!

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# Let it be me! Let it be me!

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# I really, really, really really hope that it's me

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# Let, let, let, let, let, let Let it be me!

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# Let it be me! Let it be me!

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# I really, really, really, really hope that it's me. #

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-Could it be me?

-Could it be me?

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It's me!

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# Yes, it's me Yes, it's me

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# I'm really, really, really really happy it's me. #

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Look, there is the dressing up room.

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# Let's play! #

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This is really exciting.

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Let's find out what we're playing today.

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What's this? A king's crown, a kilt and farmer's wellies?

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I don't think so. Let's try something else.

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So, what have we got on here?

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A top with dogs printed on it, some special rubber gloves,

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and what look like surgeon's trousers.

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So, what are we playing today?

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I know! We're playing vets, and we're going to look after animals.

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So what do we need to know?

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First of all, Sid, vets are animal doctors.

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They look after farm animals and pets.

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Farm animals have very different needs to pets.

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Pigs, for instance, do not sweat.

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Instead, they cool themselves by rolling around in the mud.

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This protects them from insects and sunburn.

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Vets look after animals when they are having babies.

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Baby animals can be very different from grown-up ones.

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Fully grown Dalmatian dogs have spots,

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but their puppies are born without spots.

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Vets tell people what is best for their animals,

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such as what kind of food to eat and what not to eat.

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The chocolate we like to eat, for example, is not good for a pet dog.

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Well, that's everything we need to remember, but what else do we need?

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A biscuit in the shape of a fish.

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I wonder what I'll need that for. I guess I'll find out.

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So, that's everything we need. Let's go!

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"I had my eye last time I looked." Don't worry, we'll find it.

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Hey, Rebecca. Guess what we're playing today?

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You're wearing pyjamas, so you're playing at someone going to bed.

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No, look at my shirt. It's got dogs on. We're playing vets.

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Great, you'll get to meet loads of animals.

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-I hope so.

-Have fun.

-Will do. Bye.

-Bye. "Bye."

-Bye-bye, Mr Bonce.

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# Let's play! #

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Come on, let's play vets!

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Yeah! Wheeee!

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# Let's play! #

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Right, so, where are we?

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Looks like a high street. And that looks like a vet surgery.

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Come on, let's go inside and see if we can be of any help.

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-Hello!

-Where did I put my watch, now? It was on this table, I'm sure.

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-Hello, I'm Sid.

-Hello. Take a seat.

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Animals on the floor, humans on the chair.

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I haven't actually got an animal with me.

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-The doctor's surgery is three doors up.

-No, I'm a vet.

-A vet?

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You're a vet! Thank goodness. A vet. Fantastic!

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He seems very pleased to see me. Can I help?

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We're all hands on deck today. Very, very busy.

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So, if you could help out Val with the patients.

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-Right, who's first?

-PHONE RINGS

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Oh, excuse me. I'm Patrick, the receptionist.

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-Hello, Patrick.

-Hello, Vick And Val, The Vets.

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PHONE RINGS

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Hello? It's still ringing.

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Hold on a minute. It's that parrot.

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RINGING SOUND

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He's very good at copying the sound of the phone.

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-Hey, you naughty bird.

-Hey, naughty bird.

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-He's very good at voices, as well.

-Yes, a little bit too good.

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-So, where should I go?

-If you just go through to the surgery,

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-Val will show you what to do.

-OK, thanks.

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Now, where did I put my watch?

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# Let's play! #

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So, this must be the surgery.

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This is where they make a lot of animals feel better.

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-Oh, hello. And you are?

-I'm Sid. I'm here to help. You must be Val?

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Yes, that's me. It's good to see you. We're rushed off our feet.

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-Well, I'm here to do whatever I can.

-Excellent.

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We've got a sneezy cat, a wheezy gerbil,

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-and a guinea pig with a sore throat.

-Quite a few, then.

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A rat with a runny nose and a hamster that keeps running off.

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Wow! Loads!

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And that's just the first hour. Then we wait and see what turns up.

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Let's get started. I'm ready for action.

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If you call the first one in, I'll go and see this hamster -

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-if I can find it. See you soon.

-See you.

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Right, here we go.

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-Hello? Hello?

-Oh, hello. How can I help you?

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Hello, love. Thank you.

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-It's my puppies.

-Oh, dear. Yes?

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I'm ever so worried. Take a look at them.

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Well, they look OK.

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Oh, but they are not. It's the spots I'm worried about.

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-Spots? They've got spots, have they?

-No, they're Dalmatian spotty dogs.

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Their mum's got loads of spots, but they haven't got any.

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Yes. Oh, dear. How will I fix this one?

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My first patient and I'm stuck already.

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I'm not going to be much of a vet at this rate, am I?

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Oh, hold on! I remember. Do you?

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Baby animals are different to the grown-up animals.

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Yes, and puppy Dalmatians are born without any spots.

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It's OK. They're not supposed to have any spots.

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-Oh! Are you sure?

-Yes, it's OK.

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Just take them home, treat them well and wait for the spots.

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-They'll turn up, all right.

-Thank you, Mr Vet. I feel much better now.

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Did you here that, boys?

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-The lovely vet said your spots will arrive soon.

-Lovely.

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Aren't they sweet? Well, off you go, then.

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Thank you, doctor. I mean, vet. Lovely.

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-Bye-bye.

-Yeah, nice to meet you. Bye-bye.

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-Yes! One happy customer!

-Sid, can you come here, please?

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I need your help, quickly.

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What's going on here? Coming!

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I'm sure I had it here somewhere. Things just keep disappearing.

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-There you are. It's bad news, I'm afraid.

-Oh, dear. What?

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-There's trouble down at the farm.

-Trouble at the farm.

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Yes. Thank you, bird. We need someone to go down there right away.

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-OK, leave it to me.

-There you go. And take this with you, too.

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Right. What's it for?

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It's for carrying animals in, just in case you need it.

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-Carrying animals.

-Leave it to me.

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-You funny bird.

-Funny bird. Squawk!

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Right, here we are. It's nice to get out in some fresh air.

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What a beautiful day. It's quite hot, though. Phew!

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Ah, hello, you must be the vet. I'm Fran the farmer.

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-Thanks for coming so quickly.

-Nice to meet you, Fran.

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-No problem at all.

-It's Perky.

-What is?

-My pig.

-Your pig is perky?

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Oh! That's his name, Perky!

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She's very unhappy. I think it might be this warm weather.

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She hasn't been running around like she usually does.

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This pig definitely looks too hot.

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Hmm. What can we do? Give her some ice? Let her have a swim around?

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Hold on - I remember! Do you?

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Pigs keep cool by rolling around in the mud.

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-Fran, this pig needs mud. Lots of it, and make it sloppy.

-Mud? Hmm.

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Well, it's been so hot here recently that all the mud is baked solid.

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-No sloppy mud at all.

-Oh, no. What can we do?

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I know! Follow me.

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Fran, your pig is too hot. Are you thinking what I'm thinking?

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Yes, of course! We can spray the mud with the water and make it sloppy.

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Exactly. We need to find some mud.

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-Now, when I shout, will you please turn on the hose?

-Gotcha.

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Mud, mud, mud. Ah! One hole full of mud.

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But all baked nice and hard.

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This needs water. OK, Fran. Switch it on.

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Right!

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That's it! Great, one hole full of mud getting nice and sloppy.

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You can switch it off now, Fran.

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SHE SNORES

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What's she doing?

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Great - she's fallen asleep.

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Fran? Fran?

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-Fran!

-Cornflakes! What?

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-Oh, hello. How are you?

-I'm fine, thanks.

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I was calling you to turn off the tap.

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Oh, right, yes. Of course. Sorry.

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Oh, it's so hot I must have dropped off.

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Right, well, we need to get this pig... Oh.

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..into that mud over there.

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-Where's she gone?

-Oh. Perky?

-Perky?

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Maybe she's back over there.

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Perky?

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-Perky!

-Woo-hoo! Perky!

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-Perky, Perky, Perky!

-Here, Perky, Perky, Perky, Perky!

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Perky? I can't see her anywhere.

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-No, she's completely vanished.

-Perky!

-Perky?

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Where are you, Perky?

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-Perky, Perky, Perky!

-Here, Perky, Perky, Perky!

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She's not here, either.

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First we had a sick pig, now we've got a missing pig.

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-I haven't been much help, have I?

-Not to worry.

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I'm sure she'll turn up when she wants to. She usually does.

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-Thanks for your help, anyway.

-No problem, Fran.

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-I'm sorry I couldn't have been more help.

-Take care.

-See you. Bye.

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-Oh, hold on. What's this? Fran?

-Yes?

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-Come here. I found Perky.

-Perky!

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Ha ha ha! And she's much happier now.

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Look at her enjoying that mud! THEY LAUGH

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OINK OINK!

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-Well, thank you so much for coming.

-No problem at all, Fran.

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-I'd better be going now.

-Just one other thing.

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-What's that?

-It's a stray cat I keep seeing around here.

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Could you take it away with you and give it a good home?

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A stray cat? What does it look like?

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It's black and white with a white tip on its tail.

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I haven't seen a cat like that,

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-MIAOW!

-but I'll have a look around.

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Don't worry, if there is one, I will spot it.

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Right you are. Thanks very much.

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OK, I'd better be going. Oh! Funny.

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-All right then, see you.

-Nice to have met you.

-Bye!

-Bye!

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Where is it? I had it about two minutes ago. Sid, you're back.

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You haven't seen my pencil sharpener, have you?

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No, I've been down on the farm.

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OK. Anyway, you've got one more patient.

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-Show me the way.

-Just through the surgery. She's got a dog. Poochy.

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Right. Let's do it.

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-Hello, Poochy!

-No, my name is Snippet. Mrs Snippet.

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-It's my dog that's called Poochy.

-Yes, I...

-It's a disaster.

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A complete disaster. Poochy is very unhappy. Aren't you, Poochy?

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-Very unhappy.

-Oh, dear. What seems to be the problem?

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All his friends came round for his birthday party,

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then Poochy had some lovely choccy-woccy birthday cake,

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didn't you, my little soldier?

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-Now he isn't very well.

-What can we do?

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Erm... Oh, hold on! I remember. Do you?

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Yes, the wrong kind of food can be bad for an animal.

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The chocolate that we like to eat isn't good for our pet dogs.

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-It's the chocolate cake you gave him.

-Oh. But he does rather like it.

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Yes, but our kind of chocolate isn't good for animals.

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I'm so sorry, Poochy-woochy pie.

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Mummy didn't mean to make you sick on your birthday.

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WOOF!

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-Thank you very much.

-No problem, Mrs Snippet.

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Just give him plenty of water

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and the right kind of dog food from now on.

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-OK, I will. I promise.

-Good.

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Right. Well, I think that's me done. All patients seen.

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Well, I did it.

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I managed to look after all the animals that needed my help.

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-Yes, there is only this parrot left.

-Well, it looks quite happy to me.

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-What's wrong with him?

-Oh, nothing. He is the office pet.

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Oh, Patrick, look! In the cage!

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-Your pencil sharpener.

-Oh, yes, and my watch.

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I wonder how that got in there.

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Well, some birds, like that parrot,

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can be attracted to shiny objects like buttons and sequins,

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and even your pencil sharpener and watch. You'd better get them out.

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Look! There is shiny buttons, hair clips, everything.

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-No wonder I couldn't find anything.

-Can I have that button, please?

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I know someone who could really use it.

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-This one? Yes, of course. There you go.

-Thanks.

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MIAOW! MIAOW!

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-Hold on a minute - did that bird just miaow?

-Yeah, I think it did.

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MIAOW! MIAOW!

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-No, wait a minute - it came from over there.

-Oh!

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-There's a cat in here!

-Yes, so there is.

-It's black and white.

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That's like the stray that was missing on the farm that Fran

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wanted me to find a home for.

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-I think it must have popped in there while I wasn't looking.

-Yes.

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He's very cute, but very shy. He won't come out.

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Here, puss-puss-puss-puss.

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-Here, puss-puss-puss-puss.

-No, he won't even pop his head out.

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Hold on!

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That fish biscuit - maybe it's a cat biscuit.

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Let's see if I can tempt him out with this.

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Come on then, puss-puss-puss-puss. Look - little biscuit. Yes!

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Aww! What shall we do with him?

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Fran said he's a stray and needs to find a new home.

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Well, I was wondering if I could take him home to live with me.

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-He is very cute.

-That's a lovely idea.

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I think you'd give him a good home and you'd look after him properly.

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Well, I know how to look after him, all right.

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I do work in a vets, after all! THEY LAUGH

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Of course! Well, being a vet was completely brilliant,

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but we'd never have done it

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without remembering everything we needed to know.

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Pigs cool themselves by rolling around in the mud.

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Fully grown Dalmatian dogs have spots,

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but their puppies are born without them.

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And the chocolate that we like to eat is not good for a dog.

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Well, it's been lovely having you here, Sid.

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You've been a brilliant vet.

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Thanks, Patrick. I think it's time we went home. Bye-bye!

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-Bye-bye!

-Bye, Val.

-Bye, Sid!

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And then I raced back from the farm just in time to help Poochy.

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That sounds great. It must have been brilliant being a vet.

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-It was awesome!

-I wish we had a vet that could fix Mr Bonce's eye.

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-I can't find it anywhere.

-Let me help.

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A button!

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-And it matches his other eye perfectly.

-A perfect match!

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-Mr Bonce is as good as new.

-Glad I could help, Rebecca.

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And you, Mr Bonce. Playing vets was great fun. What do you like to play?

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I love playing queens. This is how a queen waves.

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When I play mechanics, I fix cars.

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When I play athlete, I warm up like this.

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It's fun to play. Start playing today.

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Go to...

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and click on Let's Play.

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See you soon!

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Preschool show exploring the magic of play through dressing up, role play and pretending. Sid steps through the Magic Curtain on a veterinary adventure. He finds out whether he has what it takes to be a vet and cure all the sick animals before the end of the day.


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