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aired 196 days ago
A prairie dog has a lump; a kinkajou gets burned; a pig and his dog come in for shots.
aired 203 days ago
A rabbit has a bump on his chin; a goat has trouble peeing; a tortoise whistles when he breathes.
aired 210 days ago
A guinea pig may be expecting; a bloated bunny has a bump; a leopard gecko is skinny.
aired 224 days ago
A baby skunk has loose poop; a bearded dragon chokes on lunch; a rabbit has a mystery mass.
aired 231 days ago
A chameleon's dinner bites back; a cockatiel throws up; a snake stops laying eggs.
aired 238 days ago
A cockatiel's check-up is out of the ordinary; a tegu is all stopped up.
aired 249 days ago
A turtle is egg bound; a cockatoo won't stop feather-plucking; a bunny has an injured leg.
aired 256 days ago
A parrot is attacked; a tortoise gets her own skateboard; an unsteady rabbit needs help.
aired 263 days ago
A python is attacked by his dinner; an old skunk won't eat; an owl plays peek-a-boo.
aired 263 days ago
A bunny faces emergency surgery; a pig risks choking; a prairie dog has a severe infection.
aired 270 days ago
A monkey's leg is injured; a parakeet has a hernia; a squirrel has a private problem.
aired 270 days ago
A bearded dragon has a mysterious illness; a sweet prairie dog can't handle anesthesia.
aired 270 days ago
A ferret and a water dragon need emergency care; a marmoset's gender is revealed.
aired 270 days ago
A skunk has a bloated belly; a bird gets tangled up with string; a bunny needs surgery.
aired 271 days ago
A boa is covered in mites; an opossum has a hurt tail; a duck has an unwanted piercing.
aired 271 days ago
A bush baby mutilates its tail; a hamster struggles to breathe; a fox has a swollen wrist.
aired 284 days ago
A hedgehog needs a manicure; a parakeet's condition is dire; a skink's eyes need checking.
aired 410 days ago
A wild turtle gets hit by a car; an unusual amphibian loses her groove; a parrot pecks on his friend's eye.
aired 410 days ago
A piggy needs an eyelift; a rabbit has an upset stomach; a baby skunk surprises the staff.
aired 410 days ago
A baby chicken gets attacked by a rat; a hedgehog has a bulging eye; a tortoise has trouble walking.
aired 417 days ago
A pig eats rat poison; a kinkajou gets spayed; a tiny lizard gets stuck on an insect trap.

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In the varied forms of veterinary medicine, Dr. Susan Kelleher's practice may be one of the more unusual. Known as Dr. K, she runs South Florida's Broward Avian and Exotics Animal Hospital, and this series follows the staff as it cares for rabbits, ferrets, foxes, fish, birds, reptiles, marsupials, and even primates. As do some other vets, Kelleher thinks domesticating wild animals like monkeys is a bad idea, but that feeling doesn't interfere with her taking care of them: "If it will fit through the door, I'll treat it," she says.
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