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Jeff Young has 80,000 friends in Denver. That's about the number of clients -- people and their pets -- he serves as the popular owner/lead veterinarian of Planned Pethood Plus, one of the busiest animal clinics in the U.S. This poignant series reveals some of the riveting cases that Dr. Jeff and his team of 30 veterinary experts respond to with precision, compassion and speed in an often tense, chaotic atmosphere. The staff juggles routine pet visits with several dozen daily crucial surgeries and emergencies. For animals in need outside of the clinic, Dr. Jeff finds time to take his services on the road, visiting farm and ranch animals in far-reaching communities and reservations within Colorado, neighboring states and beyond.

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A cat with a shattered paw needs help; a rescued opossum needs a new enclosure; in South Dakota, a badly injured dog steals Jeff's heart.
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The team heads to Mexico to help desperate owners and their pets; a teenage boy and his sister worry about their sick dog; a remote village has never seen a vet.
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A black Lab swallows toxic metal; a lost cat found with a mysterious injury; a tiny dog struggles to deliver a large puppy.
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When a beloved poodle arrives at the clinic, Dr. Jeff discovers a life-threatening condition and rushes him into surgery; four turtles, unable to eat, have their first vet visit in 43 years; Dr. Jeff and the team head out to operate on an alligator.
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Dr. Jeff must perform surgery on a cherished Doberman to remove a large mass; Dr. Baier treats a 10-year-old cockatiel having trouble breathing; Dr. Don helps a playful puppy with a broken elbow.
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Dr. Jeff and Dr. Kraft take on a challenging shoulder break while Dr. Petra gets a cat off the hook; Dr. Baier and Dr. Jeff pitch in at a wolf sanctuary and Dr. Kraft helps a rottweiler with a scary condition.
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Dr. Jeff and his team head to Mexico to help pets and their owners; Dr. Jeff treats a dog with a painful-looking growth; Dr. Petra and Dr. Nichols help a dog seriously injured in a fight; the team tries to catch and treat a pack of feral dogs.
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A boxer kicked in the head by a horse requires urgent surgery to repair its skull; Dr. Jeff helps a woman with a rapidly expanding feral cat colony in her backyard; Dr. Baier preps for delicate surgery on a beloved ferret with a facial growth.
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Dr. Jeff battles to fix a German shepherd's broken elbow and get him back to his worried owner, a disabled war veteran; a cat with a swollen bladder needs difficult surgery to save its life; Drs. Baier and Hector head to an exotic bird sanctuary.
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Dr. Jeff must act fast to save a bulldog after a life-threatening accident; when devastating floods hit Louisiana, Dr. Jeff sends vet tech Hector to rescue pets left homeless in the disaster; Dr. Don operates on a cat with a bad habit.
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Two sisters rush their tiny dog to the clinic with a life-threatening brain injury; a dog with a broken jaw perplexes Dr. Jeff; a fearless cat with a broken leg wins the admiration of the clinic staff; the team treats some uncooperative yaks.
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An owner drives nine hours to the clinic hoping Dr. Jeff can save her dog's leg; Jeff and his team head to a wildlife sanctuary to treat a pack of wolves; when a kitten with a deformed leg needs treatment, Dr. Baier steps up to the plate.
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Dr. Jeff operates on a dog rushed to the clinic after a growth on her neck ruptures; a family brings in a rabbit with mysterious growths on its side; the team performs a risky procedure on a pair of rescued miniature donkeys.
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Denver's busiest vet returns in a new clinic with more patients than ever before; Dr. Jeff fights to help a dog walk again; Dr. Amy operates on a cat with a strange appetite; the team heads out to a sanctuary to help an injured tiger.
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Dr. Jeff helps a puppy with a mysterious and painful injury; Shelter volunteers drive from Kansas hoping Dr. Jeff's team can save a tiny rescued dog hit by a car; the team travels to Tennessee to help Jeff's cousin provide free vet care.
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Dr. Jeff and his team head to a remote town to provide low-cost pet care; Dr. Petra performs life-saving surgery on a basset hound hit by a car; a cat with plenty of attitude needs Dr. Amy to treat his mysterious wound.
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When Dr. Jeff examines a beloved Weimaraner who has stopped eating, he makes a surprising discovery; Dr. Baier investigates the cause of a pet rabbit's mysterious fur loss; a servicewoman asks Dr. Jeff for help with her Pit Bull's injured leg.
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Dr. Jeff treats a couple's cherished bloodhound puppy that won't eat; Dr. Petra races to save a cat after it swallows a handful of hair ties; Dr. Jeff and Hector head out to a veteran's ranch to help a baby therapy yak.
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Dr. Jeff returns from a free vet care clinic with a dog who was hit by a car; the owner of a kitten with suspected ringworm gets more than she bargained for; Dr. Jeff treats a family dog with a mysterious lump; Dr. Baier falls for a rescued puppy.
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Dr. Jeff helps a beloved German Shepherd walk again; the team tries to rescue a scared dog on the loose outside the clinic; Dr. Don must move fast when a family cat eats poison; Dr. Jeff and Hector head for the mountains to help two rescued camels.
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Dr. Jeff and Hector help 40 miniature Australian shepherds rescued from a puppy mill; vet tech Christine turns to Dr. Jeff when her elderly Chihuahua has trouble walking; Dr. Jeff is called out to treat an alpaca with a serious infection.

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