A TV vet is stopping by High Wycombe on a UK tour that he describes as ‘a smorgasbord of visual, auditory and stimulatory delights’.

Professor Noel Fitzpatrick, known for his Channel 4 TV series ‘The Supervet’ is spreading the word about his love of animals and how they intersect with modern-day life to promote better physical and mental wellbeing.

The best-selling author of books including ‘How Animals Saved My Life’ will be bringing his tour to Bucks this autumn, with a date at the Waterside Theatre in Aylesbury on October 1 and at the Wycombe Swan in High Wycombe on October 21.

Alongside working as the director and managing clinician at Fitzpatrick Referrals in Surry, Noel has also led ‘The Supervet’ on Channel 4 for 18 seasons, examining the impact that caring for animals and modern medicine can have on all of our lives.

On his upcoming tour, Noel is set to share anecdotes, advice and surprising facts about the many facets of the human-animal relationship in a show that The Aberdeen Press and Journal has likened to “a religious experience”.

Noel has revealed that part of the live act will centre around his beloved dog Keira, who recently passed away.

“Animals make us better people in every conceivable way. I don’t think that we can be our true selves with humans. Keira has basically taught me everything I know. I would be an empty vessel if she hadn’t been there.

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“She’s very much responsible for the building of my practice because she was by my side through all 14 years of that dream. She saw me in my truest raw sense. The show is centred around a dozen or so lessons that I’ve learned along the way from Keira and other animals.”

He added: “Animals uncork an ability within us to be ourselves and an ability to look beyond the façade that we put up for society every single day.

“I want people to go away from this show feeling that they’ve gained an insight into something they didn’t expect – a truly uplifting experience where they’ll feel enriched and entertained.”

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