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Dr. Jeff: Rocky Mountain Vet

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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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Dr. Jeff helps a dog with a serious illness; Mel and her daughter rescue a baby squirrel; Dr. Jeff and Dr. Petra team up to save a beloved cat hit by a car; Dr. Baier gives a rabbit owner a surprise; a tiny dog with a big spirit needs a home.
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A dog is lost during a windstorm; Dr. Baier treats a small bird that has a big personality; a paralyzed dog is abandoned; an alligator is injured in a fight.
aired 7 days ago
An abandoned puppy is found with a broken leg; the team cares for a seriously ill Boston Terrier; doctors head out to treat rescued pigs.
aired 7 days ago
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.
aired 7 days ago
Dr. Jeff and Dr. Petra work together as they battle to save the leg of a beloved husky; Dr. Baier has a scare when a routine pig spay becomes complicated; a cat with potentially fatal bladder stones gets rushed intro surgery.
aired 7 days ago
The team travels to Romania to assist with a street dog problem; a deaf dog needs a complex surgery; a wounded European bison takes the team to the mountains.
aired 7 days ago
Dr. Jeff and his team head to Houston to rescue dogs in the aftermath of devastating floods; in Denver, Dr. Amy treats a cat with a mysterious wound; a young Lab needs emergency surgery after eating something unusual.
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Dr. Jeff treats a dog with a mysterious injury; Dr. Petra helps vet tech Jes' Dalmatian after it eats something toxic; a neglected turtle needs a new home, and the team falls in love with a litter of stray kittens.
aired 14 days ago
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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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.
aired 14 days ago
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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A girl hopes Dr. Jeff can save her puppy from a deadly virus; a stray cat with a life-threatening injury; Dr. Jeff must gain the trust of rescued wolves to help an ailing member of the pack.
aired 14 days ago
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.
aired 14 days ago
An emergency surgery yields a surprising discovery; treating a goat that has been kicked by a horse; a couple travel a long distance to fix their dog's shattered leg; treating an injured ostrich.
aired 15 days ago
With a puppy's leg on the line, Dr. Jeff attempts a new surgical procedure; a ferret bites off more than it can chew; a disturbing discovery while treating a cat; treating rescued bears.
aired 15 days ago
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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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.
aired 15 days ago
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.
aired 15 days ago
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.
airs in 12 days
Dr. Jeff tries his best to suppress news that he has a serious medical issue as he performs complex surgery on an internally bleeding puppy; the team races to fix a young dog's badly broken leg after a car hits it.
airs in 11 days
Doctor Jeff performs knee surgery on a dog; three sugar gliders have an attitude problem; the mobile clinic heads to South Dakota to help animals on a Native American reservation.

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