FANS of The Yorkshire Vet have been left in tears as the "nail-biting" season 14 premiere saw farm animals fighting for their lives.

Animal lovers tuned in to watch the first instalment of the latest series – following the lives of vets Peter Wright and Julian Norton.

The Channel 5 show saw it's viewers in tears as vet Peter, 65, travelled all over Yorkshire to save the lives of animals in need.

The owner of Grace Lane Vets in North Yorkshire has experience caring for farm animals as well as dogs, cats and exotic pets.

On Tuesday night, Peter was seen rushing to a nighttime emergency at a nearby farm – helping a pregnant sheep give birth.

The ewe was expecting triplets, and was struggling to survive in the weeks leading up to her expected due date.


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Peter was called in to perform life-saving surgery on the sweet animal, saving her and delivering her three babies safely.

Fans took to Twitter over the "nail-biting" scenes of Fifi undergoing a caesarean section in the middle of the night.

"Nail-biting stuff tonight," one said, alongside a sheep emoji, as another chimed in of the lambs: "Aw, come on little ones!"

A third wrote: "Twenty minutes in and I’m snivelling over lambs!”

Elsewhere in the episode, Julian welcomed his first surgical patient to his new vet surgery – a heavily pregnant dog called Gina.

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The basset hound needed surgery to deliver her eight puppies – five girls and three boys – one of which was born green and lifeless.

Fans were left concerned as the practice tried their best to revive the pup, who eventually came round with a little TLC.

It comes after Yorkshire Vet star Peter opened up about the brutal reason he is yet to retire from his veterinary service.

He explained that it was not economical for his practice to "just" do farm work as farmers started caring for their own herds.

Peter said: "So it was either a case of continuing to do it but not being entirely happy as I do like being a mixed practitioner.

"Meaning, dealing with all species, literally all creatures great and small, but it would have been difficult for me, even though I enjoy the dog and cat side, it would have been difficult to do that purely and simply.

"So it was a case of do I retire altogether, do I just bow out gracefully."

The Yorkshire Vet airs on Channel 5 on Tuesday's at 9pm

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