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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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Longtime patient Rusty the dog visits Dr. Regan Williams with an elevated heart rate; Dr. Williams gives spaniel Begley an ultrasound and discovers a heart murmur; Chelsea, a young Whippet, comes in for a follow-up appointment for her heart murmur.
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Rehab therapist Tracy McKenzie puts Reine the cat in the underwater treadmill for rehabilitation after a three-story fall; Dr. Regan Williams diagnoses the fluid buildup in aging kitty Mambo's chest; puppy Hershey's baby teeth aren't falling out.
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V.E.C. dentist Dr. Sharon French wants to remove Penny the dachshund's abscessed root; Dr. Brendon Ringwood examines Bailey the beagle's leg lameness; Dr. Debbie James suspects an infection is causing cocker spaniel Charley's dizziness.
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Dr. Brendon Ringwood diagnoses young bulldog Dougie's constricting throat issues; Dr. Debbie James helps an aging pup named Sylvester, whose back legs are becoming unresponsive; a police dog named Jax comes in with a cracked canine tooth.
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Dr. Sharon French determines that young Parsley the cat has gingivitis; a Great Dane named Duke is brought to the V.E.C. with an irregular heartbeat; Jackson the French bulldog comes in for rehabilitation following a successful back surgery.
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Drs. Martin and Spencer repair Spencer the poodle's esophageal hernia; Abbie the collie sees Dr. French for a gum issue; Dr. Williams hopes to provide aging Chihuahua Peewee with flight clearance to be guest of honor at his owner's wedding.
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After a run-in with a tree, poor Tessa needs her broken teeth repaired; police dog Magnum is brought in after breaking a back molar while taking down a criminal; Dr. French heads to the zoo to relieve Rowdy the lion of an infected tooth.
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Timmy the poodle requires anesthesia to undergo surgery for gum disease; a young Italian greyhound named Chelsea gets an ultrasound of her heart; Dr. Heather Gray uses a tricky surgical procedure to repair an eye issue for Shih Tzu Bling Bling.
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Dr. Sharon French repairs Oreo the cat's mouth and jaw issues after an unfortunate car accident; Dr. Debbie James treats Lulu the Bulldog and a senior pooch named Cedric with mysterious neurological issues.
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Swallowed coins could be giving Elvira the alligator toxicity leading to restricted jaw mobility; Dr. Ringwood needs to repair the knee of a Lhatese named Gizmo to prevent arthritis; Tandi the Golden Retriever seeks sweet relief from its itchy skin.
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When a disoriented cat named Willow is brought into the V.E.C., Dr. James fears the worst; deaf Dalmatian Snickers displays chaotic running patterns and seizures; Goldendoodle puppy Casey needs stubborn baby teeth removed to prevent complications.
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When Burger the dachshund comes to the V.E.C. with back pain, Dr. Debbie James gets him to surgery to prevent paralysis; Dr. James also receives a Bengal cat named Simba and repairs Saint Bernard puppy Harley's spine.
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A terrier named Anchor suffers spinal compression; terrier Sydra is brought in after multiple trips to see the cardiologist; Dr. Waisglass determines whether Pekingese Ping's skin rash is the result of a bacterial infection or an immune disorder.
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Dr. Devon Boyd must work quickly to get Portuguese Water Dog Marley's stomach back in place; 24-year-old CC the cat comes to see Dr. Dawn Martin when her kidney issues get worse; Enzo the cat has a head wound that requires examination.
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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. 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 and her team diagnose puppy Luke with a slippery kneecap, which requires surgery; Charlie the golden retriever gets emergency surgery to remove a basketball-sized tumor; operating on Chihuahua Reilly's broken leg.
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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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