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Just about everybody likes animals and doesn't like to see animals who are sick, injured or abused. So "Animal Rescue," a weekly series -- aimed at children and families -- that showcases spectacular rescues of animals, should be very popular. Because people don't like to see an animal's situation get so bad that it requires rescue, the program tries to avoid those situations by instructing children on the proper care of animals, as well as giving safety tips on caring for all types of creatures.

Latest episodes

aired 19 days ago
Nurturing a premature gerenuk; rescuing a bear cub from a fire; emergency surgery for an elderly polar bear.
aired 19 days ago
Attempts to save cats and small dogs that have fallen from buildings; the emergency room at the ASPCA in New York.
aired 110 days ago
Rescuing endangered California condors; ferret surgery.
aired 117 days ago
Newborn alpaca gets a plasma transfusion; dog's wheelchair; traveling vet.
airs in 2 days
Elephant sanctuary; python undergoes emergency surgery; elk relocation project.
airs in 2 days
Two deer become trapped in a cement canal; children rescue injured birds.
aired 194 days ago
Treating injured animals at the Singapore Zoo.
aired 194 days ago
Pelicans with botulism; moose with hypothermia; flood strands puppy.
aired 236 days ago
Baby raccoon; dog with a heart condition; Texas animal emergency room.
aired 236 days ago
Rescuing greyhounds in Arizona; a flying dog rescue operation; a pet blood bank.
aired 355 days ago
Firefighters save puppies from flames; injured wildlife in Southern California; cat saves stroke victim.
aired 355 days ago
Texas firefighters battle to save animals from burning houses; a large tree pins a horse in a California creek.

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