The Yorkshire Vet viewers 'put off their dinners' by VERY graphic scenes

THE Yorkshire Vet viewers were treated to some very graphic scenes straight out of the gate during Tuesday's show.

Fans watching the popular Channel 5 show set in the north complained they were 'put off their dinners'.

Vet Matt Smith headed out to call from young farmer Jack, 16, had a ewe who was lambing but "something was not quite right".

"She's not prolapsing as such it's just there's like a ring that constricted," Matt told the teenage farmer as put his hand into the ewe.

Fans saw the vet go arm deep in the ewe who was groaning in pain.

"She's really tight in there and the cervix has not fully opened up and it's like a trying to push a bottle through a balloon," Matt explained.

He then tried to open up the cervix but "there was a lot of tissue stuck up there" and he was worried the lambs might not survive.

But Matt did a great job and managed to birth one live lamb, even though the first didn't survive.

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"I wasn't expecting that," admitted Jack.

The vet gave the new mum a once over to make sure she didn't have any tears or prolapses.

"It was a surprise… it makes it all worth it," Matt admitted about saving the ewe and lamb.

Elsewhere in the show, veteran Peter Wright was trying to give bull, Cyril, an injection before looking at its injured hooves.

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He lifted up the bull's tail and to look for a spot to inject but viewers were treated to seeing the cow poo.

They eventually had to wrangle the bull to the ground and quickly chopped its claws before the bull woke up.

Viewers watching at home were very grossed out at the scenes.

"Me: Think I'll just put the telly on in the background while I tuck into this rather sloppy Moussaka Channel 4: Great timing – our Yorkshire Vet programme has gratuitous close-ups of a prolapsed sheep's fanny!" wrote one fan on Twitter.

Another added: "I like animal programmes and usually record Yorkshire Vet. You can be sure if I settle down to watch while having some supper, the vet will decide to shove his arm up some cows bum."

Peter also got philosophical in the show, reflecting on the ageing process.

He met black Labrador called Lexi who had a very swollen eye and it needed surgery to remove the swelling.

The vet worked carefully to ensure he didn't injure optic nerve as the eyeball was a sensitive area to operate on.

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"I've seen lots of dogs where they have come into the world and sadly I have seen them die of old age as well," he said, choking back the emotion.

"It's the circle of life and it starts to make you think about your own vulnerability and the ageing process.

"But Lexi is still here and I am still here." 

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The operation was a success and Lexi went on to play happily with other dogs.

The Yorkshire Vet is on tonight at 8pm on Channel 5.




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