Dr. Oakley, Yukon Vet
Sunday 18:00 CAT
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Ice Ice Oakley (Season 6)
Sunday 11 December at 20:34 CAT
The Winter Moos (Season 6)
The Very Hungry Reindeer+
Dr. Oakley treats a dangerously thin reindeer and a cat with a heart condition.
In the clinic, Dr. Oakley checks up on Bindi's pups to get them ready for adoption. Then she examines Harri the cat to find the root cause of her seizures. Finally she checks out Zoe the French Bulldog who has a cyst that turns out to be something else.Next ShowingWednesday 4 January at 18:47 CATOn National Geographic WILD
At The Cow Wash+
While examining cattle at Dev Hurlburt's ranch, Dr. Oakley discovers that one cow is suffering from a nasty infection. Back at her clinic in Haines Alaska, everyone is on pins and needles as the doc performs eye surgery on therapy dog, Gauge.
A Hoarse Horse+
A baby muskox has a bad case of the runs, and Dr. Michelle Oakley needs to get to the bottom of it. She then goes to help a horse with walking and breathing problems, and makes time to visit a snuggly puppy while she's there.
A farm well equipped for handling cattle needs some help from Dr. Oakley to test out a new system for some rowdy bison. The dog days are back as Dr. Oakley hosts a drive thru vaccination clinic. Dr. Oakley checks on two ferrets as well as two German Shepherds with ailments common to their breeds.
Bears On A Plane+
Two bear cubs recovering from a harrowing experience need Dr. Oakley's expertise as they embark on a long journey to a new home. A cat's extreme mouth ulcers cause worry for its owner, but Dr. Oakley knows just what to do.
No Horsing Around+
With winter quickly approaching, Dr. Oakley is busy working to prepare the animals of Alaska and the Yukon for the cold. Dental damage is no trouble for an old horse with a history of being a survivor. Another horse's mysterious nosebleed needs a deeper look.
It's all hands on deck as Dr. Oakley castrates a once wild stallion. Then, everyone holds their breath to see if the newly gelded horse succeeded in getting three mares pregnant before winter.
Don't Poke A Sleeping Porcupine+
A young reindeer with many ailments needs Dr. Oakley's help to get back into fighting shape and an elderly porcupine poses a pokey problem.
The Stricken Chicken+
Dr. Oakley sees two stubborn muskoxen and a particularly wily coyote. A badly burned dog receives an innovative, if fishy, new treatment.
One Clever Bison+
While Dr. Oakley awaits a litter of puppies, she hits the road to treat a stubborn bison, and a moose with a respiratory issue. In the clinic, she checks a Great Dane's swollen leg.
Running With Reindeer+
Dr. Oakley participates in a race pitting human runners against reindeer, five muskox undergo pregnancy tests, and Daisy participates in a family reunion.
Ice Ice Oakley+
Foul-weather and foul-tempered animals are no match for Dr. Michelle Oakley, as she faces-off with the unforgiving Alaskan winter to help animals.Next ShowingSunday 11 December at 18:49 CATOn National Geographic WILDNext ShowingThursday 15 December at 08:08 CATOn National Geographic WILD
The Winter Moos+
To survive the brutal Alaskan winter, animals, and vets, have to be tough. On this wild-winter special, a bald eagle is hit by a car during a snowstorm, Dr. Michelle Oakley falls off her snowmobile during a dangerous bison round-up and later, Michelle tends to the frostbitten paws of a lynx named Schena. As temperatures plummet, the heat is on for Dr. Michelle Oakley, to help the animals of Alaska!Next ShowingSunday 11 December at 18:00 CATOn National Geographic WILDNext ShowingSunday 11 December at 20:34 CATOn National Geographic WILD
The Miracle Dog+
Dr. Oakley travels to the Williams Reindeer Farm to check on newborn reindeer calves, only to find that one of them is seriously ill. Then, Michelle and her team check on Clark the moose and run tests in hopes of curing his bad cough.
Dr. Oakley travels off the grid and checks on Clovis, a prickly peacock. At Dev Hurlburt's farm, Dr. Oakley performs preg-checks on the herd and lets Sierra have a hands-on opportunity. Back at her clinic, Michelle races to diagnose what's ailing Bella the German Shepherd.
The Big Bad Wolf+
Dr. Oakley, and her daughters Maya, Sierra and Willow, travel to the AWCC where they attempt to bond with a lone wolf.
Law of The Claw+
At the clinic, Dr. Oakley and her daughters rush to save a Siberian Husky who has ingested a bottle of pills. Then they team up with Dr. Aimie Doyle to operate on a horse's leg, even though it may cause a life-threatening injury.
I Quill Survive+
Runaway the horse has a mysterious lump, so the owners call Dr. Michelle Oakley to check it out. Next, she helps a bull who's losing an alarming amount of weight, but mother nature doesn't want to make it easy on her.
Rescuers Down Under+
After Dr. Michelle Oakley sees the devastation caused by Australian wildfires, she heads down under with her daughter Sierra to assist in any way she can. The Oakleys help rescue a kangaroo and her joey and bring them to a wildlife triage clinic, but getting them back home will be a challenge with fires shutting down local roads. Later, they help a koala sanctuary find a survivor and bring it back to health, and meet Australia's flying fox.
Every day is a new challenge for Dr. Michelle Oakley, the only all-species vet for hundreds of miles in the Yukon. Whether wrestling bison, tracking ibex in the mountains, performing surgery on a bear, or braving frozen landscapes to return lynx to the wild, Dr. Oakley will do whatever it takes to keep the animals in her charge safe and healthy.
The Riddle of The Lynx+
After a full day of patients, a pregnant Yorkie named Dixie keeps Dr. Oakley up all night with an emergency C-section. But once the puppies are out, Dr. Oakley's work is just getting started. A lynx has some valuable data. A mustang suffers from a hoof abscess, but this horse might just bring Dr. Oakley to her knees. Ferrets cause Dr. Oakley to get all up in their business and a bald eagle is in danger of developing bumble foot.
Dances With Ibexes+
An emergency call brings Dr. Oakley a mutt with a mystery ailment. But this pooch just might leave Dr. Oakley stumped. The team braves steep cliffs in the French Alps to learn more about the native ibex that reside there. A parade of parrots screech Dr. Oakley's momentum to a halt. Dylan, the tiny screech owl decides to go off his diet and Sam the dog's eye issues may be indicative of something more serious.
A trip to Sweden provides Dr. Oakley with vital information on the brown bear population. But even a dart gun might not be enough to bring these bears down. Barney the dog has a mysterious mass around his eye that just might leave Dr. Oakley stumped. A dog suffers from phantom limb pain and another is bitten by a predator. Warrior the hawk gets a pedicure and beak trim. And Frank the box turtle has a little surprise up his shell.
An emergency call has Dr. Oakley racing to find the cause of a dog's mystery neck wound. A routine piglet castration turns downright dangerous due to an overprotective sow. Moody Scottish cows make it difficult for Dr. Oakley to perform a pregnancy check. Lucy the cat walks perfectly on a leash but has issues with vomiting. Lily the lab puppy has some intestinal troubles.
Wild Cow Chase+
Dr. Michelle Oakley is on a wild cow chase at Dev Hurlburt's farm. But outsmarting this brave bovine will require all hands-on deck. Sierra Oakley has a chance to show off her Yukon chops when Dr. Oakley has to tend to a family emergency. Tiny the miniature horse has a mysterious skin condition and the answer to her problem might be hiding in an unexpected place. Three little pigs threaten to squeal their house down.
Up To The Tusk+
Wrangling reindeer is hardly a new challenge for Dr. Oakley. But, this time the future of the herd is in her hands as she examines two breeder bulls with devastating injuries. A big boar needs his razor sharp tusks trimmed, but he's not planning on going down easily. An owlet packs a surprising punch and Dr. Oakley finds herself in a sticky situation with some Anchorage Police K9s.
Muskox In Arms+
Dr. Oakley gets into some musky business as she tackles the castration of a huge muskox. But with this breeder bull sedate, his rival poses a large threat for both he and Michelle. A baby reindeer is touch and go as she deals with some intestinal issues. Wild horse herding gets a modern spin with the help of some 21st century technology. A white horse named Ghost has a spooky lump on his foot and a baby muskox is due for his shots.
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.
Wild Wild Wolverine+
Dr. Oakley ensnares a snarling wolverine to learn more about her ferocious species, but this girl is all bite. An arthritic jaguar gets an experimental treatment to help him get back on his feet. A routine horse checkup turns up something suspicious. A cow's motherly instincts put Dr. Oakley in a tricky situation.
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.
One Mad Mama+
Dr. Oakley heads to the Yukon Wildlife Preserve to tag some sheep, but the sheep have other plans. A cow in pain is having trouble nursing, which threatens the life of her newborn calf. An old musk ox needs help getting around, but things turn hazardous when the younger bulls show up. A superhero pig makes a break for it. A previous canine patient returns, and his puzzling paw problem has only gotten worse.
Poking The Bear+
Dr. Michelle Oakley ventures to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center to relocate and examine two black bears. The bears have other plans, and the situation quickly turns dangerous. A grey wolf pup needs to be spayed, but the operation proves to be anything but routine. Things look dire for a newborn calf. A pitbull's eye is on the line. Plus, Dr. Oakley's horse may be pregnant, and the timing couldn't be worse.
Dr. Oakley revisits the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center to examine two endangered wood bison, preparing them for reintroduction into the wild? but these bison don't take too kindly to being poked and prodded. A horse has an unfortunate run-in with barbed wire. A sudden change in weather makes a piglet castration far from routine. A house call to check up on some sled dogs has Dr. Oakley taking a helicopter ride to a glacier.
Dr. Oakley travels 3,000 miles to Prince Edward Island, where she meets up with her old friend and colleague Dr. Aimie Doyle. Together they head to Buffaloland Park to tackle an American Bison inbreeding problem, but the bulls make a break for it when they've had enough. Also, Dr. Oakley goes back to her alma mater to help a horse with a fractured foot at the Atlantic Veterinary College. But first, Dr. Doyle needs Dr. Oakley's assistance with her miniature horse.
When Cows Fight Back+
Dr. Oakley heads to a remote farming community for a calf castration, but the routine surgery turns dangerous when an angry herd of cows swoops in to protect its young. A retired sled dog requires emergency surgery to untwist his severely bloated stomach. A potential tumor threatens the leg and the life of a giant Clydesdale horse. A Bernese Mountain Dog gives birth to puppies almost two days apart, a troubling sign that may signal a tummy full of trouble. A parrot's secret history is revealed.
Bad News Bear+
Better bring the bear spray. Dr. Oakley risks everything to save a brown bear from drowning, then has to run to save her own life. A reindeer struggles to eat due to her a life-threatening mouth condition called "chipmunk cheeks". A newborn calf is in serious jeopardy from a bad case of salmonella, and a champion show horse's prancing days may be over. And it's game over for a 600-pound boar and his oversized family jewels.
When Horses Fly+
Dr. Oakley takes to the skies to relocate two wild horses, descendants of a tough, hardy herd that once belonged to a local tribe. But dangerous complications emerge when trying to airlift the horses back to their new home. A young kitten's unexpected pregnancy scare could force a tough medical decision. A dog's tender paw gets split wide open, while another dog battles a severe ear infection. Important questions regarding a pregnant cow force Dr. Oakley to go all-in.
Dr. Oakley is called in to help a horse named Fancy, who has developed a troubling issue with her gait. Then it's off to a bear sanctuary where she ends up in the middle of a brother bear brawl.
When Coyotes Attack+
Michelle faces a wolverine at the Kroschel Wildlife Park, and wraps up the aftermath of a coyote attack that left a family dog with a bloody tail.
A Face Full of Quills+
The end of winter means time for the Yukons isolated farmers to take care of some routine animal maintenance. But nothing is routine when it comes to animal care.
Here Comes Cari-Boo-Boo+
At Bird TLC in Alaska, Michelle examines bald eagles that were injured in a wildfire and a gull that was shot by a human. But her toughest challenge this week will be handling an old caribou at the Yukon Wildlife Preserve.
Leopards, Wolf Pups & Grizzlies, Oh My!+
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.
The Missing Lynx+
This week she is tasked with performing a risky surgery on a reindeer. She’ll lead a lynx kitten vaccination that turns into a pursuit in the underbrush.