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Husband and wife veterinarians juggle their three hospitals, patients, family and two restaurants.

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Dr. Will and Dr. Fran mend bones, diagnose lumps and tend to other sick and injured animals.
aired 542 days ago
Dr. Will and Dr. Fran rescue feral felines before welcoming newborns into the world.
aired 542 days ago
Dogs with mysterious lumps; an ill stray kitten; an eye removal surgery; a mystery object lodged in a terrier's ear.

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