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Dr. Oakley, Yukon Vet

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Making house calls in the far reaches of Northern Canada is a daunting task in the least, considering the houses may be separated by hundreds of miles. That challenge doesn't stop Dr. Michelle Oakley from performing her many duties as 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 documents how Dr. Oakley juggles being a full-time vet, wife and mom, and does so with a sense of humor and devotion.

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Dr. Oakley races the clock wrangling bison; work horses complicate a routine procedure.
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An emergency cesarean section keeps Dr. Oakley up all night, and a horse kicks her into shape.
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Dr. Michelle Oakley handles patients at the Yukon sled dog race, examining a long stream of athletic dogs.
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Dr. Oakley has to get creative in order to treat her patients in the Yukon.
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Winter weather in the Yukon has come and the temperature brings in some serious work for Yukon vet Michelle Oakley.
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Dr. Michelle Oakley teaches her daughter Sierra how to work with both house pets and wild animals by performing a checkup on a 100 pound puppy and treating an orphaned bear with a raspy lung.
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Dr. Oakley isn't afraid to take risks when it comes to treating her patients.
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Dr. Oakley checks up on a reindeer herd and looks at a moose's puzzling giant belly.
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Dr. Oakley is shocked by an elusive coyote; a seal requires emergency surgery.
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Dr. Michelle Oakley holds her ground against two unpredictable squealing boars. Then, a camel neutering flips her upside down.
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Harper the dog needs Dr. Oakley's expertise when a chance encounter leads to a prickly situation with severe consequences.
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Dr. Oakley treats two disgruntled pigs; a calf banding turns into a wild cow chase.
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Dr. Oakley waits for a hungry bear; a reindeer needs help.
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Dr. Oakley traps a snarling wolverine to learn more about the ferocious species.
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Dr. Oakley goes on an airborne mission to track down a wild boar.
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Dr. Oakley travels to Prince Edward to deal with the inbreeding problem among American bison.
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Dr. Oakley ends up in the middle of a brawl between two brother bears while visiting a bear sanctuary.
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Routine calf castration surgery turns dangerous.
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Dr. Oakley runs after sheep and reunites with a dog that has developed a puzzling paw problem.
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Dr. Oakely treats a sled dog whose encounter with a porcupine left it with a face full of quills and a baby moose who has life-threatening indigestion.
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Dr. Michelle Oakley covers thousands of miles as she tends the Yukon's animal population; she treats a 300 pound yak and a golden eagle.

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