This season, Dr. Dee and her husband, Ken, spend much of their time traveling to remote villages to hold low cost spay and neuter clinics, as well as provide medical care to the local ... See full summary »
With more than 20,000 patients, Dr. Pol has seen it all. Specializing in large farm animals, this senior is anything but retiring as he takes an old school, no-nonsense approach to veterinary medicine.
Tanked dunks viewers into the high-decibel, family-owned business of Acrylic Tank Manufacturing (ATM), one of the country's leading and most successful builders of aquariums. Led by ... See full summary »
Dr. Oakley is the only vet in her area of the Yukon. She treats domestic pets, endangered wildlife, farm animals--basically anything that walks on fours, crawls, flies. All of that- plus she's a wife and a mom of three girls.
Fourteen-year-old Jazz Jennings, co-author of the popular children's book "I Am Jazz", experiences the typical pressures of entering high school, except with an added, unusual factor- she's transgender.
In the most in-depth television documentation of the lives of Little People, the series follows the Roloffs - an extraordinary family composed of both little and average-sized people. Over ... See full summary »
Every episode Blue, Ross and Lavigne diagnose, operate on and treat dogs, cats and a variety of exotic animals. They always tell their clients exactly what the problem is, how they think it happened and how they will treat it. I've learned from watching this show. But, what I especially enjoy is their relationship with each other and their families. In a world filled with so much alienation and dysfunction, the warmth and love between these friends and their families makes my week.
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