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At Critter Fixer Veterinary Hospital in rural Georgia, longtime friends Dr. Hodges and Dr. Ferguson own and operate a bustling veterinary clinic that treats animals of all shapes and sizes.

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aired 35 days ago
Dr. Hodges is in surgery when a baby goat in distress comes to the office.
aired 35 days ago
Drs. Ferguson and Hodges work together to save a baby bunny that's been attacked by the family cat; the doctors perform a cesarean section on a bulldog, and the hospital is a flurry of activity as everyone helps to resuscitate the puppies.
aired 35 days ago
Unusual pets, such as a chinchilla with a broken leg, test the docs' veterinary skills.
aired 35 days ago
Dr. Ferguson and vet tech Jordan treat a cat with an apparent ear infection.
aired 68 days ago
Dr. Hodges and Dr. Ferguson are busy with a hospital full of patients and their clients all over rural Georgia; from a dehydrated bearded dragon to a camel castration, it's just a part of the life of the Critter Fixers.
aired 68 days ago
The docs and staff have their hands completely full while treating a dog with a life-threatening snake bite and a herd of sick sheep.

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