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The Incredible Dr. Pol

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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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New doc Nicole Arcy learns from the pros at Pol Veterinary Services and treats all kinds of animals.
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Dr Jan Pol along with his wife, Diane, runs a veterinary clinic in Central Michigan's farm country.
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Early springtime in Michigan means mothers, including Diane Pol, are being celebrated across the state.
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The vets at Pol Veterinary Services have their hands full with unplanned pregnancies, long labors, mystery symptoms and power outages.
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The gloomy weather doesn't stop the crew from taking on a range of unique cases, including testy bulls, coughing pigs and wobbly reindeer.
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Everyone gathers to welcome the newest member of the Pol Veterinary Services family.
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After a tough winter breaks in Michigan, the local animals enjoy the warm weather.
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The elements have never stopped the staff at Pol Veterinary Services from working hard, not even lots of snow and ice.
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Dr. Pol and the veterinary crew work hard to service the farms and small animal owners of the area as the leaves change and Michigan's first hints of winter appear.
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Before celebrations can begin for Dr. Pol's birthday, there are a number of cases for the veterinary staff to tackle.
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Dr. Pol helps animals at the Michigan Renaissance Festival; a limping horse's hooves and a jousting giant.
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A day of all dogs at Pol Veterinary Services; from unclaimed strays to nosey farm dogs, Dr. Pol and his crew treat them all.
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Families all around rely on Pol Veterinary to care for their animals this summer; from belligerent bulls to gimpy goats.
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The vets repair do-it-yourself dorctoring from clients who took matters into their own hands; ambitious home improvement projects at the lake house.
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Animals around town are acting strangely, from canine hijinks and bulls on the loose to an attempted kitten getaway.
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The staff is presented with one strange case after another, from the peculiar to the downright bizarre, including many unique cases they have never seen before.
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The vets are busy treating fair animals and making sure they are in top shape for competition at the Isabella County Fair.
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Dr. Pol and Charles embark on a mission to fix up his vintage DMC DeLorean for the local car show.
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Dr. Pol is partially colorblind, so when Charles hears of a new technological breakthrough, he decides it's time to give his dad the greatest gift of all - the gift of color.
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With spring on the horizon, calves are being born and the Pol's go all out to boost their peafowl flock.
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The vets of Pol Veterinary Services deal with ornery ungulates, cut colts, knobby knees and more.

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