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"Wilderness Vet" features compelling stories from the life of renowned veterinarian Dr. Michelle Oakley, who lives and works in Canada's rugged and sparsely populated Yukon. Each episode shows Dr. Oakley and her colleagues traveling to private homes, farms and wildlife preserves across the territory to help animals in need. Viewers get a look at wild animals in their natural habitats as the show offers an up-close view of the hard work and dedication required for their rescue and rehabilitation.

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While on the road, Dr. Oakley misses being home but performing surgery on a reindeer and examining a great horned owl keeps her busy.
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Dr. Oakley visits the wide open landscapes of the Yukon, home to a diverse collection of wildlife.
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Dr. Oakley examines creatures at zoos and wildlife organizations.

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