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An unusual water amphibian loses her groove; a wild turtle gets hit by a car; a pig is severely dehydrated.
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A lemur is in shock; a mouse gets an eyelift; a good Samaritan brings in a duck that's been shot.
aired 17 days ago
A squirrel gets aggressive; Dr. K wrestles a pig; the whole team fights to save a tortoise.
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A possibly pregnant boa escapes, a squirrel travels from Texas, and Dr. K's rabbits aren't playing nice.
aired 24 days ago
A chameleon's dinner bites back; a cockatiel throws up; a snake stops laying eggs.
aired 24 days ago
A fox is in a toxic situation; a tegu has tummy trouble; a bird's checkup goes south.
aired 31 days ago
A cockatoo won't stop feather-plucking; a bunny struggles to walk; a turtle is egg bound.
aired 31 days ago
A tortoise gets some wheels; a wobbly rabbit worries Dr. K; a parrot gets attacked.
aired 38 days ago
A prairie dog has a swollen face; a pig risks choking; a beloved duck is in danger.
aired 38 days ago
A tortoise is hit by a car; a swan has a drooping wing; a bearded dragon has a mystery illness.
aired 45 days ago
A ferret has a surprising problem; a baby skunk is very bloated; a sun conure risks losing a foot.
aired 45 days ago
A macaw breaks a leg; a hamster can't breathe; a bush baby won't stop chewing his tail.
aired 299 days ago
A baby chick is attacked by a rat, a hedgehog has a bulging eye and a rabbit rushes in with a head tilt.
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A snapping turtle stumps Dr. K; a rat gets a pair of boots; a parrot is missing its beak.
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A sugar glider needs a new diet; a gassy rabbit worries Dr. K; a baby macaw faints.
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A skinny pig has a swollen foot; a baby bird can't breathe; a wobbly hedgehog is a mystery.
aired 347 days ago
A chubby pig has a mysterious limp; a mouse wheezes; a bunny is dangerously bloated.
aired 369 days ago
A pig has a limp; a toucan flies the coop; a bearded dragon is egg bound.
aired 369 days ago
Two emergencies and two surgeries make for a busy day at Dr. K's.
aired 369 days ago
A bird needs to lay off junk food, a large pig struggles to walk and a dog attacks a crested gecko.
aired 370 days ago
A sick marmoset is rushed in, a pig has scabies, a macaw chips his beak, and Dr. T hits the road to treat a peacock.

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