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A blind Ginger Ninja on final episode of Scottish Vets Downunder

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In this final episode of the series, Dr Chris has freed up his morning schedule at the Bendigo Animal Hospital to take on a challenging case.

Ginger Ninja is a cat with an eye problem. At the equine hospital, Dr Mike is joined by his farrier, Nathan, to tend to a horse with foot issues.

Later, the vets join farrier Nathan on a desert camping trip to a world heritage site 400 kilometres north of Bendigo.

The temperature peaks at 51 degrees as they attempt to catch freshwater crayfish for a campfire dinner. It’s the ultimate adventure for these two Scottish vets in their new home Downunder.

Production credits: Wildbear Entertainment for BBC Scotland.

Scottish Vets Downunder – Season finale airs Thursday 14 January 8.00pm on ABC and iview

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