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Dr. Jan Pol has been a practicing veterinarian for more than half his life. In 1981 he and his wife, Diane, opened a vet business out of their home, and over the years it has grown to service more than 19,000 clients. Set in Central Michigan's farm country, this reality series follows the work done at Pol Veterinary Services. Specializing in large farm animals, Dr. Pol treats horses, pigs, cows, sheep, alpacas, goats, chickens and even an occasional reindeer. The program also features Dr. Brenda Grettenberger, who has worked with Dr. Pol since 1992.

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Animals don't know what day it is, so when working with double-humped camels, newborn lambs, or feisty felines, there is no rest for the vets.
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From puppies to kittens and foals to kids, the Pol vets know how to handle tiny animals with big emergencies.
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Summer may be ending, but that does not stop Dr. Pol's clients from rushing in.
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A full moon, Halloween and a freak fall snow storm keep Dr. Pol and the vets busy.
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Poisoned pups, sassy cats and some new feline neighbors keep the clinic busy.
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Pol Veterinary Services deals with a busy week as a potbelly pig, hurt horses and injured cats need help.
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From cows that kick to bloodhounds that bite, the team of doctors has to shake off the pain to finish the job.
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Dr. Brenda helps a cow that cannot get back on her feet; Charles orchestrates his biggest surprise yet for his parents' 50th wedding anniversary.
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Being a veterinarian means expecting the unexpected, especially when it comes to emergencies; from runaway pups to emergency calving, Dr. Pol and his team are on call day and night.
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Dr. Pol comes to the rescue when a baby reindeer emergency turns into a three-day dilemma.
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Dr. Pol, Diane and Charles visit the Netherlands, but for Doc, this is no vacation, as a whirlwind of adventures and farm calls await; back in Michigan, Dr. Brenda, Dr. Emily and the rest of the staff do their best to keep up with the busy clinic.
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Dr. Pol and his team handle animal emergencies in Central Michigan.
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A three-legged feline hangs around the clinic.
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Some of the most intriguing and intense cases seen at Pol Veterinary Services.
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A special spotlighting the second most common animal to visit Pol Vet with an hour full of furry, purring patients.
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The clinic encounters constipated cats, gassy horses and even a surprise proposal.
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Dr. Pol and team rush to get their patients healed before the Isabella County Fair.
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The vets of Pol Veterinary Services deal with ornery ungulates, cut colts, knobby knees and more.
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The clinic sees a slew of interesting cases, from lightning strikes to cat fights.
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When a massive flood strikes Michigan, humans and animals alike reel from the devastating effects, making it a wet and wild week for the vets.
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Dr. Emily goes into labor three weeks early, leaving Dr. Pol and Dr. Brenda to man the busy clinic without her.

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