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Rescuing animals in distress and finding them new homes is a cause near and dear to the hearts of countless humane organizations throughout the U.S. This Nat Geo Wild series focuses on the work of the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region, the largest nonprofit animal shelter in southern Colorado. With 5,400 square miles of rugged terrain in their jurisdiction, the Pikes Peak team works together to rescue and rehabilitate more than 40,000 animals each year. From thrilling animal rescues to medical emergencies, from interesting animals to heart-warming adoption stories, viewers watch incredible stories of nature, animals and the unwavering perseverance of officers and veterinarians.

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aired 5 days ago
Kittens with blinding injuries; emotional dog rescue.
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A dog falls out of a window; a kitten with a terrifying infection fights for her life.
aired 5 days ago
Officers rescue a stranded dog and rush a stray riddled with porcupine quills to the vet.
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An endangered duck is saved; a dog undergoes surgery for tumors; an elusive cat is rescued, but seems too feral for a home.
aired 68 days ago
A litter of puppies reunites with its mother; challenging eye surgery for Dr. Patti.
aired 74 days ago
Officers and vets fight for the life of a canine crash victim.

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