The Yorkshire Vet's Peter Wright disgusted by dog's horrific injuries after trying to have sex with a hedgehog

The Yorkshire Vet's Peter Wright was left shocked when he had to treat the injuries of a bulldog who tried to have sex with a hedgehog.

Peter, 64, has been part of the Channel 5 series since 2015 and a vet for much longer than that, but was horrified while dealing with one of the most unusual cases in his career.

In the most recent episode Peter was brought a bulldog named Little Boss for treatment.

“He’s tried to have sex with a hedgehog,” the owner told Peter.

The vet admitted never in his 40-year career had he ever come across a case like this one.

Peter led Little Boss into the clinical rooms to explain to veterinary nurse Steph Gill what had happened to the randy pooch.

“We’ve got quite an unusual problem here. This is Little Boss and Little Boss has tried to have sex with a hedgehog,” he started, as the nurses burst into laughter.

“I can hardly believe the words coming out of my mouth."

Steph asked: “I’ve never heard anything like that before, what have you been doing?”

Peter explained: “He’s got blood coming from his penis or sheath, so we need to have a look to see what he’s done."

The vet examined the area and concluded Little Boss would not need surgery.

But he did decide the dog needed to be neutered in order to stop him from trying to have sex with another hedgehog.

“He’s going to need to be castrated as he’s going to keep doing this and it is going to cause him trouble, he has suffered some trauma," Peter told Little Boss' owner.

“In all my years as a vet I’ve never seen anything like this before, it is highly unusual.”

Peter treated Little Boss at his new practice, Grace Lane Vets after leaving Skeldale Veterinary Centre where much of the Channel 5 show is shot.

Speaking to, he said: "Skeldale Veterinary Centre has been my life for almost 40 years now and the last 20 of that was as a senior partner pretty much, I was running the practice.

"The sad thing was is that Skeldale got to the point where it wasn't economical to continue doing farm work."

Peter explained how a lot of farmers are doing more themselves and its lead to the team going from caring for 60 dairy herds to just one.

Peter continued: "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."

But after discussing his predicament with wife, Peter quickly knew what the outcome was going to be.

He joked: "I discussed it with my wife Lynn and her response was 'I don't want you under my feet all day long.

"It would have been a massive change for both of us really and I'm not ready to be put out at grass just yet, I could continue working quite happily."

The Yorkshire Vet airs on Channel 5.

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