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"Have vet, will travel" isn't printed on his business cards, but it succinctly describes Dr. Bartholomew Buckeye Bottoms' dedication to serving hundreds of clients across Hawaii who depend on his mobile veterinarian practice. Since 2007, Dr. Bottoms has delivered life-saving treatment to sick animals large and small on the islands of Maui, Lanai, Molokai, Oahu, the Big Island, and Kauai. As seen in hourlong episodes of this reality series, Buckeye prides himself on going where other vets won't -- with his truck as his office, and faithful canine companion Kevin always by his side. Buckeye, by the way, is the son of actor Timothy Bottoms.

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Buckeye prepares for the arrival of his father, Timothy Bottoms.
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Buckeye has a few major cases to work before Kevin's sixth birthday can be celebrated.
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Buckeye carries his understanding of the human-animal bond with him wherever he goes.
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Buckeye performs a pig pedicure, gives a retired rodeo horse a dental exam, and administers emergency care to a dog named Puka.
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Buckeye needs a keen eye, as well as special tools, to help with a diagnosis.
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After he helps a dog with an itchy rear and assists a few novice farmers on Kauai, Buckeye hops over to Maui, where he performs a sheep castration and checks in with a pair of farmers with a menagerie of animals.
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Dr. Buckeye Bottoms gives a checkup to a miniature service horse, then is called out to perform an emergency surgery on a dog that has been injured in a fight.
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Dr. Buckeye Bottoms faces trouble when his truck breaks down on Maui.
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After checking on cows at a local dairy farm, Dr. Buckeye Bottoms helps a billy goat, performs a procedure on a trail horse, and answers a call about a pair of guinea pigs.
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Dr. Buckeye Bottoms helps a puking potbelly pig.
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Dr. Buckeye Bottoms and his dog, Kevin, are on the go in the vet's mobile clinic.

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