Critter Fixers: Country Vets
Friday 18:00 CAT
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Friday 9 December at 18:00 CAT
Life Graft (Season 2)
Friday 9 December at 23:46 CAT
Life Graft (Season 2)
Friday 16 December at 18:00 CAT
Tooth Be Told (Season 2)
Say Hello to My Little Bunny+
Katie the goat has a fainting spell after she gets some ants in her pants, Johnny the mule has a spa day complete with a lifechanging pedicure, Wilbur the rat catches the sniffles from his brother, a baby bunny tries on a tough new look, cats Zoe and Diana each have nine lives, a gender reveal party is thrown for some baby chicks, and some litter-ly adorable newborns arrive for first-time mom Penny.
Vernard the calf moo-ves to the vet hospital after a stormy emergency, a fight between barnyard frenemies Billy the goat and Bernie the donkey gets fixed, Lettie the cat eats something mysterious that needs to come back up, a wild squirrel is rescued by a kindhearted family, lucky dogs Scarlett and George get patched up, plus a baby snake receives a gender reveal party!
Dr. Hodges calls upon an unexpected hero to help save a sick puppy named Titan. Dr. Ferguson treats a rescued blind fawn and puts his ingenuity to the test when he and Dr. Hodges aid an injured rhea. Plus, a Nigerian dwarf goats’ mystery is investigated, funny ferret Niffler comes to the clinic for a not so funny issue with his foot, and Bailey, the bunny, reveals a shocking surprise!
From emergency office visits to farm calls throughout rural Georgia, the Critter Fixer veterinary team treats unique cases only found in the country.
From emergency office visits to farm calls throughout rural Georgia, the Critter Fixer veterinary team treats unique cases only found in the country.Next ShowingFriday 9 December at 18:00 CATOn National Geographic WILDNext ShowingFriday 9 December at 23:46 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Tooth Be Told+
Parasite-plagued alpacas arrive in critical condition while Dr. Hodges performs hip surgery on a kitten and Dr. Ferguson gets an abscess surprise.Next ShowingFriday 16 December at 18:00 CATOn National Geographic WILDNext ShowingSaturday 17 December at 00:06 CATOn National Geographic WILD
It's Owl Good+
From emergency office visits to farm calls throughout rural Georgia, the Critter Fixer veterinary team treats unique cases only found in the country.Next ShowingFriday 23 December at 18:00 CATOn National Geographic WILDNext ShowingFriday 23 December at 23:43 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Lizard Wizard+Next ShowingFriday 30 December at 18:00 CATOn National Geographic WILDNext ShowingFriday 30 December at 23:43 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Tortoise And The Hair...Less Cat+
Drs. Ferguson and Hodges work together to save a baby bunny that’s been attacked by the family cat. The doctors also perform a c-section on a bulldog, and the hospital is a flurry of activity as everyone helps to resuscitate the puppies.
Goose On The Loose+
Dr. Hodges is in surgery when an emergency comes to the office. He orders his staff to begin treatment on a newborn baby goat in distress as he finishes surgery on a dog. Meanwhile, Dr. Ferguson handles a snake with pneumonia, and then both doctors head out to treat a goose with a broken leg.
Drs. Hodges and Ferguson are busy with a hospital full of patients and taking care of their clients all over rural Georgia. They take care of the rural Georgia animal population, treating everything from alpaca pregnancies and pig hooves.
Drs. Hodges and Ferguson treat a pitbull that needs surgery on its ear; a dehydrated bearded dragon; and an unruly camel.
The doctors are busy with a hospital full of patients. Unusual pets, such as a chinchilla with a severely broken leg, test the docs’ veterinary skills.
A Litter of This, A Litter of That+
A stray mama cat arrives full of kittens and in labor but not delivering. Dr. Hodges decides to do a c-section, but worries the kittens may not be alive. And a pregnant goat, a horse with a stifle problem, and a hamster with a possible prolapse round out the episode.