“Distraught” Irish American star called on celebrity veterinarian Noel Fitzpatrick after beagle’s serious accident

Prince Harry’s fiancée, Irish American actress Meghan Markle, has called on Irish “Supervet” Noel Fitzpatrick to care for her dog, Guy, who had broken both his legs.

The former “Suit” star’s pet beagle was injured just days after the Royal family announced her engagement to the British Prince. The dog was so badly injured that they called in the help of the County Laois veterinarian who rose to fame on the Channel 4 TV show “The Supervet”. Fitzpatrick is known for his bionic surgery techniques.  

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The beagle described as Markle’s “absolute world” was flown over from Toronto to the United Kingdom early this year and is clearly receiving the royal treatment. Just recently the actress had to say goodbye to her other dog, a Labrador-shepherd cross, called Bogart, who was deemed too old to fly.

In an interview this December Markle revealed “One [dog] is now staying with very close friends and my other, little Guy, he’s in the UK, he’s been here for a while.

“I think he’s doing just fine.”

According to the Daily Mail Markle was “distraught” and “very upset” following the dog’s accident. Prince Harry was spotted accompanying Markle to visit her dog at Fitzpatrick’s clinic.

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Here’s Laois vet Noel Fitzpatrick in action:

Meghan Markle and her beloved dog Guy. Instagram / @Meghan Markle