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At the Emergency Veterinary Trauma Center in Toronto, one of the busiest animal care facilities in Canada, the interpersonal stories of veterinary professionals play out as they work tirelessly, with dedication and determination, to save the lives of their animal patients in need of urgent medical care. Each week, new emergency cases involve a wide array of specialties within veterinary medicine, including critical care, oncology, cardiology, neurology, anesthesiology, dermatology, dentistry and surgery.

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Dr. Devon Boyd tries to put the spring back in Buster the cat's step via creative surgery; Dr. Regan Williams performs an ultrasound on Begley the spaniel puppy; Dr. Sharon French tries to save Tadpole the miniature pinscher's embedded teeth.
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Dr. Devon Boyd and her surgical team help get French bulldog Spartacus back on his paws; seeing eye dog Nina comes in for an eye exam with Dr. Heather Gray; Dr. Steve Waisglass investigates a severe blockage in Kiwi the cat's ears.
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Dr. Boyd's own pup needs surgery to repair its knee; a cat who is in need of serious relief; an aging cat is unable to walk.
aired 24 days ago
At the Emergency Veterinary Trauma Center in Toronto, one of the busiest animal care facilities in Canada, the interpersonal stories of veterinary professionals play out as they work tirelessly, with dedication and determination, to save the lives of their animal patients in need of urgent medical care. Each week, new emergency cases involve a wide array of specialties within veterinary medicine, including critical care, oncology, cardiology, neurology, anesthesiology, dermatology, dentistry and surgery.
aired 24 days ago
At the Emergency Veterinary Trauma Center in Toronto, one of the busiest animal care facilities in Canada, the interpersonal stories of veterinary professionals play out as they work tirelessly, with dedication and determination, to save the lives of their animal patients in need of urgent medical care. Each week, new emergency cases involve a wide array of specialties within veterinary medicine, including critical care, oncology, cardiology, neurology, anesthesiology, dermatology, dentistry and surgery.
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Dr. French helps Pinky the cheetah with her broken tooth; an aging golden retriever named Brody has a physical therapy session to soothe his pain; Dr. James tries to help disoriented Max the Shih Tzu find out which way is up.
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Bruce Lee the cat donates some blood, and Dr. Bryer oversees the procedure; Charlie the golden retriever is carrying an unusually large tumor that Dr. Boyd wants to remove; Dr. Williams faces difficult circumstances when treating Star's ailing heart.
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After discovering a tooth abscess in elderly feline Ginny, Dr. French enlists the help of other VEC specialists to help her endure surgery; Dr. Bryer partners with the head vet technician to save Pomeranian puppy Ella from a deadly virus.
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When a young Saint Bernard's legs begin to fail, Dr. James enlists the help of Dr. Kilburn to help her walk again; Dr. Williams helps a large pup plagued by a heartworm infestation; a mysterious breathing issue affects a newly adopted cat.
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Dr. French heads to the zoo to relieve Rowdy the lion of an infected tooth; Dr. James helps a cat whose spine needs saving and receives an aging Jack Russell terrier with bigger problems than she thought.
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A run-in with a tree while playing fetch causes broken teeth; a poodle is bitten by another dog; a bulldog with vision problems.
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A dog has an elevated heart rate; the hind legs of a shih-poo seem to be on the decline; a Yorkshire Terrier's throat is closing up.
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Dr. Boyd treats a puppy with a hind leg problem; a cat has trouble walking; Dr. Gray hopes she can help a bulldog see more clearly.
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Dr. French helps police K-9 Magnum with a molar that was broken in the takedown of a criminal; Dr. James recommends surgery for dachshund Burger to prevent paralysis in his hind legs; Dr. Williams celebrates Rusty's birthday and friendship.
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Dr. Boyd removes bone fragments from chocolate Lab King's elbow after a slip and fall on ice; Dr. Bryer runs tests to help Rocky the dog overcome a severe skin infection due to unchecked Demodex mites.
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Dr. Boyd treats a cancerous tumor on Dudley the miniature poodle's jaw; Dr. Martin tests Kaileigh the dog's spleen while looking for the cause of nausea and restlessness; doctors seek the cause of Loki the kitten's heart murmur.
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Dr. Williams finds that elderly cat Chloe may have hypertrophic cardiomyopathy; Dr. James suspects that internal bleeding from a knitting needle injury may be causing Alien the cat's motor function issue.
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Dr. Williams uses an ultrasound to test Shadow the golden retriever for heartworms; Dr. Boyd attempts to treat Tiger the cat's severely burned paws after a tragic house fire.
aired 80 days ago
At the Emergency Veterinary Trauma Center in Toronto, one of the busiest animal care facilities in Canada, the interpersonal stories of veterinary professionals play out as they work tirelessly, with dedication and determination, to save the lives of their animal patients in need of urgent medical care. Each week, new emergency cases involve a wide array of specialties within veterinary medicine, including critical care, oncology, cardiology, neurology, anesthesiology, dermatology, dentistry and surgery.
aired 80 days ago
At the Emergency Veterinary Trauma Center in Toronto, one of the busiest animal care facilities in Canada, the interpersonal stories of veterinary professionals play out as they work tirelessly, with dedication and determination, to save the lives of their animal patients in need of urgent medical care. Each week, new emergency cases involve a wide array of specialties within veterinary medicine, including critical care, oncology, cardiology, neurology, anesthesiology, dermatology, dentistry and surgery.
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Dr. Boyd and the owner of Arnold the mastiff decide to amputate a portion of the dog's tail; a Pomeranian needs a long-overdue teeth cleaning, but may not be a good candidate for surgery; an older ferret named Jet is treated for influenza.

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