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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.

Latest episodes

aired 4 days ago
A desert tortoise needs life-saving surgery; a male prairie dog has a little problem down below; a beloved bunny has a major issue with his anesthesia.
aired 4 days ago
A prairie dog comes in for an examination after he mysteriously loses his top teeth.
aired 4 days ago
A pet owner brings in Pixel, a very bloated, 8-year-old dwarf rabbit.
aired 4 days ago
It is sink or swim as Dr. K attempts to solve mobility issues for two goldfish.
aired 4 days ago
Dr. K and her staff have many difficult cases this week.
aired 9 days ago
Dr. K must act quick and perform emergency surgery on a tortoise crushed by a car.
aired 9 days ago
An owl monkey, opossum and coyote come to the clinic.
aired 9 days ago
The doctors solve a pigeon's mystery mass and find a foreign object inside a ferret.
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A bird needs to lay off junk food, a large pig struggles to walk and a dog attacks a crested gecko.
aired 11 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.
aired 11 days ago
A ferret has a lump on its chest; a prairie dog loses its teeth; a bunny will not eat.
aired 11 days ago
A lemur gets spayed; a rabbit has an eye problem; a koi fish needs surgery.
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A rabbit flies in to see Dr. K.; chicken with a limp; a baby macaw breaks a wing.
aired 11 days ago
An owl monkey has swollen thumbs; an opossum needs help with its anal gland; a sick pig is rushed in.
aired 11 days ago
A squirrel travels hundreds of miles to see Dr. K.; a goat has serious udder trouble; vet tech Dyanne's bunny needs help.
aired 11 days ago
A tortoise needs life-saving surgery; a prairie dog has a problem down below; a bunny struggles with anesthesia.
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A macaw with a mysterious mass has Dr. K going beyond the call of duty; Dr. T gets a visit from a tiny tortoise who lost a fight with a pit bull puppy.
aired 17 days ago
A binge-eating pig learns that what goes down, must come up; a toothache sends Dr. T down a rabbit hole; a stubborn egg sends a sick chick to the hospital.
aired 17 days ago
The staff treats a sushi eating-squirrel monkey, a cockatiel and a pregnant rabbit.
aired 17 days ago
The vet staff is shocked when a client brings in a baby snake with two heads.
aired 18 days ago
The doctors have their hands full with emergency cases involving a tortoise and a goose.

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