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Dr. Oakley: Yukon Vet: Northern Disclosure

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Dr. Michelle Oakley is a veterinarian in one of the most rugged environments on Earth. In addition to running an animal clinic out of her home in Haines Junction, Yukon -- where she lives with husband Shane and their three daughters -- Dr. Oakley also operates a satellite clinic 150 miles away and is the on-call vet for the Yukon Wildlife Preserve, which is about 100 miles from Haines Junction. She also makes house calls, sometimes driving for long stretches through desolate wilderness to check on a patient. This series presents enhanced episodes of "Dr. Oakley: Yukon Vet," which documents how the good doctor juggles being a full-time vet, wife and mom, and does so with a sense of humor and devotion.

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aired 134 days ago
Enhanced episodes of "Dr. Oakley: Yukon Vet."
aired 141 days ago
The breeding future of a reindeer herd is in Dr. Oakley's hands.
aired 148 days ago
Dr. Oakley first chases a loose cow, then three little pigs.
aired 155 days ago
An emergency call has Dr. Oakley racing to tend a dog's mystery neck wound.
aired 155 days ago
Dr. Oakley goes to Sweden to dart bears; a dog has a strange eye mass.
aired 162 days ago
An unresponsive dog stumps Dr. Oakley; ibex research in the Alps.
aired 170 days ago
An emergency cesarean section keeps Dr. Oakley up all night; a horse kicks back.
aired 176 days ago
Dr. Oakley races the clock wrangling bison and Belgian draft horses.
aired 464 days ago
Dr. Oakley readies two feisty bison for a wild release.
aired 471 days ago
Dr. Oakley prepares two black bears for a dangerous relocation; a gray wolf goes under the knife for a complicated spay.
aired 478 days ago
Dr. Oakley plays tag with sheep and cracks a paw puzzle.
aired 505 days ago
Dr. Oakley goes on a high-flying chase with some wild Yukon horses.
aired 506 days ago
Dr. Oakley risks everything to save a brown bear from drowning.
aired 513 days ago
Routine surgery on an Alaskan island turns into a rough rodeo.
aired 520 days ago
Dr. Oakley checks out some wild bison on Prince Edward Island.
aired 656 days ago
Michelle treats caribou warts and a sliced mountain goat hoof.
aired 656 days ago
Before a graduation ceremony, horns, feet and feathers fly.
aired 656 days ago
Michelle faces a challenge at home as her daughter Sierra heads into the bush for a true Yukon endurance test.
aired 656 days ago
Michelle Oakley travels to the Alaska Zoo for a visit full of surprises.
aired 656 days ago
Dr. Oakley treats animals injured during their spring migrations.
aired 656 days ago
The Yukon's isolated farmers take care of some routine animal maintenance as winter turns to spring.

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