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Animal Planet adds to its staple of Colorado-based veterinary shows with one that follows the Henderson family practice in Lakewood. The Fox Hollow Animal Hospital was founded by Dr. Tony Henderson in 1996. It now includes Tony's sons Dr. Ross and Dr. Ryan and technician assistant Cole, plus the extended clinic family and numerous pets, including Tony's beloved golden retriever and sidekick, Lord Barrington. Drama and high stakes at the clinic with animals are part of the daily routine for this dynamic family, but so are jokes, laughter and love.

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Dr. Ross and Dr. Ryan team up to investigate a dog's inability to walk; Dr. Tony helps a rescue dog with a bad hip get ready for a new home; Dr. Ross meets up with a parrot who is old enough to be a Henderson brother.
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From the biggest dog the clinic has ever handled, to the smallest toe on a tiny cat's foot, the vets of Fox Hollow have to be ready for every eventuality.
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Dr. Ross spays and neuters adorable kittens; Dr. Tony works on his vet tech's beloved dog .
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Dr. Tony is asked to handle a rare procedure in a young borzoi hound; Dr. Ryan deals with a bizarre dental discovery; Dr. Ross has his hands full with an albino kangaroo.
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When an injured wolf-hybrid arrives at the clinic, the team comes together to help; while Dr. Ross heads out to a grade school classroom to share his love of veterinary medicine, Dr. Ryan and Dr. Tony head to a free veterinary clinic to lend a hand.
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When a young dog gets bitten by a snake, Dr. Tim comes to the rescue; Dr. Ryan helps a Great Dane that has chewed through his own tail; Dr. Ross performs mouth surgery on a collie with a potentially cancerous mass.
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The Hendersons are back, and Ross and his brothers ply their trade at Fox Hollow, one of Colorado's busiest animal hospitals; drama and high stakes at the clinic are part of the daily routine for this dynamic family but so are jokes.
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The team rallies around Barrington to help him lose weight; Drs. Ross and Ryan team up to learn about guinea pigs, and work with Dr. Kevin Fitzgerald to study local rattlesnakes; Drs. Tony and Ross partner up for a successful bladder surgery.
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It's a parade of hula-hooping and puppies when Dr. Tony and Dr. Ross visit a puppy rescue in need; Dr. Tony helps a pig with overgrown hooves; Dr. Ryan has his hands full with two grumpy cats; Dr. Ross tries to balance his two passions.
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Dr. Ross travels to a donkey rescue to get a refresher on equine care; back at the clinic, Dr. Tony helps an energetic pup with an injured leg; Dr. Ryan performs a delicate surgery; when an emergency hits Fox Hollow, it's all hands on deck.
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Drs. Ryan and Tony tag team on a rare double knee surgery; a rescued cat melts hearts with his big hugs; the family gathers at their cabin for a little off-road racing in the mud.
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Fox Hollow Animal Hospital's Dr. Tony Henderson and his sons, Dr. Ross, Dr. Ryan and Cole, tackle everything from wonky-eyed chickens to a Great Dane with a funky tail.

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