Don't Be Mean, Wolverine+
Dr. Oakley sees a wolverine with a growing lump on its side and makes a shocking discovery during a reindeer castration.
Goodnight Musk Ox+
Dr. Oakley relocates baby musk oxen, faces a puppy emergency and treats a wolf in danger of losing an eye.
Dr. Oakley helps a deer with a limp and an old horse with a dental issue. She also sees a musk ox for a checkup.
Don't Cry She-Wolf+
Dr. Oakley helps a skinny bison struggling to get food, spays a wolf at the bottom of the pack and sees an old cat missing teeth.
If Looks Could Quill+
Dr. Oakley helps a young reindeer with broken antlers, a dog with severely burned paws and a cow with an obstructed udder.
Dr. Oakley treats a sneezing mink, a gravely ill lovebird, and takes part in a moose calf release.
Spit & Run+
Dr. Oakley helps an alpaca with an eye injury, a horse with a colic emergency and a dangerously emaciated dog.
Dr. O And The Three Bears+
Dr. Oakley helps a dog that was attacked while protecting its owner and a guinea pig with raspy breathing. She also sees a lynx with deformed legs.
Lynx be a Lady+
Dr. Oakley diagnoses a mass on a horse, uncovers a surprise during a lynx’s checkup, and treats a dachshund with a skin issue.
You Ain't Nothin' But a Hound Dog+
The Oakley family’s dog is in heat, and they’ll have to guard her from a wandering hound with a reputation for impregnating all the females in town. Next, Dr. Oakley relocates two young bison to a new pen in the hopes of starting a more harmonious herd. The team finally treats a Sitka deer with a recurring limp, an old cat with a cough, and an alpaca-llama cross with an attitude.
Flip the Pig+
Dr. Oakley heads to the Alaska Potbelly Pig Rescue, where she learns a new pig flipping technique. Next, the team sees Bodhi, an adventure-loving pup with a severely frostbitten paw, and they try a unique procedure to save his foot. Finally, Dr. Oakey sees an elderly musk ox that might be pregnant, and removes overgrown antlers from a reindeer.
This Little Piggy Had an Ouchie+
Karl the castrated reindeer is unable to properly shed his antlers, so the Oakleys must use their muscle power to remove them. Next up, a bison at the AWCC has a concerning limp, but his protective buddy won’t stop interfering with the checkup. Finally, the team treats a beloved dog with a suspicious mammary mass and expresses a piglet's enormous lump.
Even If It Quills Me+
First up, The Oakleys visit two moose at the Reindeer Farm in need of a checkup. Next, a dog with a porcupine vendetta comes to the clinic covered in quills, and the team will need to remove them one by one before they cause serious damage. Finally, Dr. Oakley treats a dog with a mast cell tumor and a rescued pig with a skin condition.
Dances with Dachshunds+
Dr. Oakley travels off the grid to see Toni and her loyal companion, Oscar the dachshund, for a checkup. A dog ate something toxic and is rushed into the clinic—the team fears it might be lethal. Later, Dr. Oakley reunites reindeer siblings, and treats an emotional support pig and a wolf experiencing hind leg paralysis.
Hold Your Horses+
The Oakleys escort a horse by boat to remote Woody Island, and they’re prepared for anything to go wrong along the way. Next up, Dr. Oakley treats a young bull with a limp and preg checks a herd of cows. Dr. Oakley juggles two cases at once when a pregnant goat starts giving birth in the middle of a piglet hernia repair. Finally, the team rushes to treat a dog that was hit by a vehicle.
I'll Tell You Wattle Want+
Dr. Oakley travels to a goat dairy on wild Kodiak Island, where a group of pregnant goats is almost ready to give birth. A bear attack at a cattle ranch leaves a young calf in critical condition, and Dr. Oakley grapples with a kicking horse with a limp. Back in Haines, the team treats an overweight dog and a chicken with frostbite.
Pups In The Oven+
It’s lump day in the clinic, but expressing abscesses will have to wait when a German Shepherd comes in with a bloated stomach. Next, the team heads to Kodiak Island, where they treat a horse with a wounded leg and a goat with a shocking prolapse. Finally, Dr. Oakley gets a puppy count on a pregnant dog and treats a heifer with a mysterious lump.
Chicken Of The Sea+
The Oakleys embark on a mobile clinic circuit through the islands of southeast Alaska, where they can give the local animals much needed vet care. Dinky the calf survived a brutal bear attack, but now Dr. Oakley will have to help her fight off a potentially lethal infection. Next, Dr. Oakley treats a chunky chicken, a kitten with worms and performs a castration on a boat.
Duck Duck Chicken+
Dr. Oakley castrates sassy muskoxen, preg checks a rabbit, helps a duck’s sore foot, relieves a reindeer, and solves a Labrador’s labor troubles.
Hug for a Pug+
Dr. Oakley treats an enormous bull with a split hoof, an aging elk, and her own family’s pet pug.
No Pot to Pee In+
Dr. Oakley treats a miracle moose, a Doberman puppy that was hit by a car, and an unusually tiny patient.
The Boar Ultimatum+
Dr. Oakley is on an airborne mission to track down a wild boar who has contributed to the overpopulation of the destructive species, but he won't go down without a fight. A relaxing cross country trip turns stressful when a nervous caribou panics en route to its new home. Homer the puppy has a worrisome bump on his neck. Dr. Oakley visits a pregnant ewe with a history of birth complications.
License To Quill+
Harper the dog needs Dr. Oakley's expertise when a chance encounter leads to a prickly situation with severe consequences. Dr. Oakley squares off with a muskox who's lost his swagger, but this king doesn't like being bossed around. A bear cub needs more than honey to settle down for surgery. Freya the puppy battles an eye issue, and Wilber the formerly-wild mustang has an abscess investigated.
Dr. Oakley and her daughter are up in the trees, waiting for a black bear that needs to be collared, but an uninvited guest may throw a wrench in their plans. A newborn reindeer has a life-threatening injury. She then hosts a dog clinic for a remote island where she sees a dachshund who was trapped in a hunting trap and gets a visit from a four-legged police officer.
Dr. Oakley is called in to treat a disgruntled sow in labor and her neglected, hungry piglet. A routine calf banding turns into anything but, sending her team on a wild cow chase. Dr. Oakley waits for the dark of night to check on the local bat population. A dog goes through an unexpected change and a miniature horse needs Dr. Oakley's expertise to fight an unknown infection.
Facing off with squealing boars, Dr. Michelle Oakley holds her ground to stay on the right side of their razor-sharp tusks. It's hump day when Dr. Oakley has to neuter a camel, but he won't go down easy. A service dog with an incredible intuition has a mysterious mass. Baby owls get their first check up and Dr. Oakley howls with wolfdogs.
Dr. Oakley is in for a shock when she has to neuter a wily coyote. But this slick fellow doesn't realize that Dr. O has a few tricks up her sleeve. A harbor seal pup must have emergency surgery if he ever wants to see the ocean again. Chuckles the reindeer needs an antler trim. A baby muskox is a picky eater, a turkey has a broken leg, and a lucky buck loses his winning streak.
Dr. Oakley stares down the giant antlers of reindeer to check on their herd, but these guys won't let her leave without getting a little dirty. A moose's big belly causes concern among his owners. Two cliquey alpacas are introduced to a potential new friend. Playful foxes jump on Dr. Oakley and a bison proves to be harder to sedate than anticipated.
In the days leading up to the Percy DeWolfe Memorial Mail Race, Dr. Michelle Oakley has to clear her caseload - and get ready to pitch in on race day. From a dog with a swollen paw to a dehydrated pup with a racing heart rate, she has several cases that test her skills.
Michelle is called to Quebec to help a team of scientists battling to save a unique caribou herd from being wiped out. The team needs to capture four pregnant caribou and transport them via helicopter to a large pen where they will stay until their foals are born and old enough to defend themselves.
Bull Steam Ahead+
Michelle’s visits begin with Wayne Groves El Dorado Ranch whose elk bulls are not showing signs of going into rut, followed by wild horses at Arnold Johnsons pasture and end with a simultaneous castration of two mini stallions.
Moose On The Loose+
Michelle travelled to the Anchorage, Alaska, with Maya and Sierra for some bonding time. They go to the Moose Mamas to evaluate some orphaned moose calves before racing the clock to release them back into the wild.
Havoc In The Herd+
Michelle is squaring off with masses of animals to track down her patients starting with a herd of precious bison in Alaska. Back in the Yukon, a group of wild horses needs to be rounded up.
Fly Like An Eagle+
Dr Michelle Oakley takes the cameras to a sled dog operation, a cow with trouble getting pregnant, and a birthday fishing trip with her family.
Dr. Oakley hits the road to meet with an Alaskan local whose rescued pets include a reindeer with a hernia and a hungry moose. After a busy week of clinics, Dr. Oakley takes field trip out to The Yukon Wildlife Preserve.
One Angry Muskox+
Dr. Michelle Oakley’s first stop is a local touring company where she discovers the horses may have a highly contagious disease. Then Michelle pays a visit at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve to the angriest muskox in the Yukon.
For Dr. Michelle Oakley mating season in the Yukon means she's going to be plenty busy dealing with the birds and bees and the bison and the cows. A few miles up the road at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve Michelle examines growths on a young caribou.
Oakley Get Your Blow Gun+
As fall comes to an end, Michelle and her family prepare for another harsh winter. At the Discovery Wildlife Park in Alberta, Sierra gets to see firsthand how her mom manages physical exams on big cats like jaguars and cheetahs, and they check up on a camel and a bear as well.
Winter Is Coming+
Winter weather in the Yukon has come and the cold temperature brings in some serious work for Yukon vet Michelle Oakley. People are rushing in to get their pets checked out before the weather keeps everyone in doors.