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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 5 days ago
A 35-year-old Amazon parrot has a history of complications with anesthesia and a growth on his leg; Dr. Thielen examines an alligator's leg wound.
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Dr. K treats a marmoset that is not acting quite herself.
aired 5 days ago
A rare albino ball python with a respiratory infection, causing difficulty breathing.
aired 12 days ago
Two injured parrots and an emaciated ferret make for a busy day at Dr. K's.
aired 12 days ago
Dr. K sees a monkey and a guinea pig; Dr. G treats a tortoise attacked by a dog.
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Helping a giant lethargic rabbit, an anemic red-shouldered hawk and a wobbly hedgehog.
aired 13 days ago
Two baby tortoises have their very first visit to the doctor.
aired 13 days ago
A chicken with a severe neck wound needs emergency care.
aired 14 days ago
Dr. K takes care of a tamarin that was injured playing with the family dog.
aired 14 days ago
A potbellied pig throws a temper tantrum while it gets a nail trim.
aired 14 days ago
The clinic gathers for a gender-reveal party for a young marmoset.
aired 14 days ago
Princess Peach the hedgehog needs a mini mani-pedi.
aired 19 days ago
Dr. K treats a middle-aged macaw after it nearly bled to death several weeks earlier; Dr. T does her best to save a pregnant marmoset suffering from a miscarriage; Dr. K makes it her mission to find a new home for a young bunny with an eye infection.
aired 19 days ago
Dr. K and her staff have many difficult cases this week.
aired 19 days ago
It is sink or swim as Dr. K attempts to solve mobility issues for two goldfish.
aired 36 days ago
A prairie dog comes in for an examination after he mysteriously loses his top teeth.
aired 36 days ago
Dr. T and Dyanne are called out to a nature center to examine a male peacock.
aired 36 days ago
Hubble, a crested gecko, comes rushing into the clinic after being attacked by the family dog.
airs in 9 days
Dr. K sees a macaw with a broken wing; a bearded dragon is rushed in as an emergency.
aired 40 days ago
Dr. K rushes to treat a pet goat with kidney stones, that must undergo two surgeries.
aired 40 days ago
Dr. K's day begins with an emergency when a bleeding cockatiel comes into the clinic.

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