Yorkshire Vet star horrified by injuries to dog which tried to ‘have sex with hedgehog’

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Yorkshire Vet star Peter Wright was horrified when he had to treat a bulldog which sustained injuries while trying to have sex with a hedgehog.

The 64-year-old was left lost for words when the owner brought in their beloved pooch named Little Boss and told Peter: "He's tried to have sex with a hedgehog."

The vet, who has been on the Channel 5 show since 2015, revealed he has never come across a case as "unusual" as this one.

The TV star took Little Boss into a room and explained to nurse Steph Gill what had happened.

He told the nurses: "We've got quite an unusual problem here. This is Little Boss and Little Boss has tried to have sex with a hedgehog," as they started laughing.

Peter Wright was shocked by the 'unusual' case
(Image: Channel 5)

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

Steph replied: "I've never heard anything like that before, what have you been doing?"

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

Thankfully, after Peter checked over Little Boss, the vet came to the conclusion the pooch did not need surgery.

But he revealed Little Boss would need to be neutered in order to stop him from trying to have sex with another hedgehog.

Little Boss was treated
(Image: Channel 5)

Peter told Little Boss' owner: "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.

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

In recent weeks, Peter shared the reaction of Channel 5 bosses after he announced that he would be quitting Skeldale Veterinary Centre.

Peter and his staff were horrified
(Image: Channel 5)

He decided to leave the town after 40 years after a change in direction for the practice and he said that the show's producers "had a heart attack" when they thought he would be leaving the documentary series after 12 seasons.

The series follows the ups and downs of vets Peter and Julian Norton from their base in Thirsk, North Yorkshire.

Peter has now decided to leave there and start again at Grace Lane Vets in Kirkbymoorside.

*The Yorkshire Vet airs on Channel 5.

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