The Incredible Dr. Pol
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Thursday 21 October at 16:30 CAT
Supe-Pol-Sticious (Season 10)
Thursday 21 October at 21:25 CAT
The Return of Dr. Strangeglove (Season 6)
Friday 22 October at 16:25 CAT
Hocus Pol-Cus (Season 10)
The docs of Pol Vet have their hands full with calves, horses, bunnies and pigs.
Sprain, Sprain, Go Away+
The veteran docs don't skip a beat as they deal with stumbling emus, bruised colts, limping pigs and infected dogs.
It's Friday the 13th, and the vets are fully equipped to handle the odd and unusual cases that arrive.Next ShowingThursday 21 October at 16:30 CATOn National Geographic WILD
It's fall in Michigan, and the Pols are ready for Halloween. The candy bowl is out; the leaves are turning; and clients are in costumes.Next ShowingFriday 22 October at 16:25 CATOn National Geographic WILD
In the midst of all of their usual cases, the staff of Pol Veterinary Services pulls together to help a dog that was hit by a car.
A Meow-Tain of Cases+
A wide variety of animals make their way to Pol Vet every day, and in this episode, Drs. Nicole and Brenda face an influx of feline cases.Next ShowingTuesday 26 October at 16:25 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Walking In A Winter Pol-Ar Land+
The docs battle freezing conditions - and an unseasonal Michigan snowstorm - to make sure their patients are healthy and safe.Next ShowingWednesday 27 October at 16:30 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Pol-Lapse of Judgment+
Dr. Pol treats a range of animals in this episode, including guinea pigs and pit bulls, all while managing a dog's recovery from a recent attack.Next ShowingThursday 28 October at 16:30 CATOn National Geographic WILD
You Bruise, You Lose+
Winter weather doesn't deter Pol Vet's dedicated docs as they treat animal eye infections, accidental overdoses and scaly skin conditions.Next ShowingFriday 29 October at 16:30 CATOn National Geographic WILD
It's a busy week at Pol Vet, but with Christmas around the corner, spirits are high with the clinic halls decked for holiday cheer!
Love Wool Find A Way+
It's a baby frenzy for the vets! Dr. Pol performs health checks and gives vaccinations to retriever puppies and foster kittens.Next ShowingTuesday 2 November at 16:30 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Shiver Me Puppers+
Clients are lining up before Doc even has his morning coffee. The vets deal with the overnight emergencies, while staff warms a hypothermic puppy.Next ShowingWednesday 3 November at 16:30 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Feel The Born+
The doctors are kept on their toes with obstetrical emergencies and sick puppies but have much to celebrate with a Pol birthday.Next ShowingThursday 4 November at 16:30 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Marvelous Miss Maisey+
Drs. Lisa and Pol are on hand to assist during a horse’s emergency delivery, and Dr. Brenda examines a calf born during subfreezing temperatures.Next ShowingFriday 5 November at 16:25 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Three Little Piglets+
At the clinic, Dr. Pol saves a cat’s broken leg while Dr. Brenda treats a pet goat suffering from seizures.
Lights, Camel, Action+
Pol Veterinary Services adapts to the challenges of the COVID pandemic while continuing to provide quality care.Next ShowingTuesday 9 November at 16:30 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Sticks And Stone+
The vets at Pol Veterinary Services deal with large animals with massive injuries.Next ShowingWednesday 10 November at 16:25 CATOn National Geographic WILD
When It Rains, It Purrs+
It’s summer in central Michigan, and high temps and humidity are taking a toll on everyone, especially the furry felines.Next ShowingThursday 11 November at 16:25 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Pig And Small+
Dr. Pol is called to a pig rescue to help a 970-pound pig and its cracked hoof. Dr. Nicole vaccinates seven newborn puppies.Next ShowingFriday 12 November at 16:25 CATOn National Geographic WILD
One Year Pol-der+
The PVS staff make sure every animal has a fighting chance. From tiny puppies and rabbits, large cows and horses, and creepy crawlies, on this episode of The Incredible Dr. Pol, it’s a fun mix of, “aww,” “wow,” and “yuck!” The vets are out on farms calls! Dr. Pol tangles with a feisty angus bull, pregnancy checks a herd at House Dairy, and pays a visit to Clay Knob to look at a cow with a peculiar problem.
He's baaaaack! This time on The Incredible Dr. Pol, Doc glides into the clinic with a grin on his face, sporting a newly-replaced ankle and a fresh set of wheels. No toe-touching the ground for six weeks means Dr. Pol is bound to a knee scooter while he keeps things on track at PVS. Hilarity ensues as Doc whizzes around the clinic, recruits Charles as his physician's assistant, and even perfects the art of coffee talk!
North Pol Express+
This week, on The Incredible Dr. Pol, 'tis the season for mysterious cases, wild chases, and a little Christmas magic. Doc is still recovering from ankle surgery and rolls into his first case on his scooter only to find two chickens suffering from bare bums! Then, Dr. Emily and Dr. Nicole team up for a farm call to see a cow with a retained placenta - or so they think!
The Quest For Camel-Ot+
The Pol family says goodbye to their beloved, Kid. Kid has been a member of the family for years and most recently has been residing with Charles and Beth. While this episode bids farewell to Kid, there are still a lot of "Pol" moments with some punch-filled laughs.
More Than A Feline+
The Docs are feline fine as they handle every case, call, and client! A bona fide bevy of bovine await Drs. Pol and Nicole as they roll out to Clay Knob for herd health checks. At the clinic, Dr. Brenda works on a ruffed-up Anatolian Shepherd named Darcy while Dr. Emily treats Copper the labradoodle puppy to his first lick of peanut butter: concealing a de-wormer pill.
Love At Frost Sight+
This week central Michigan is blasted with a blizzard! From canine crises and false alarms to a missing kitty, the docs bundle up and buckle down.
Frankly My Deer...+
The struggle is real with the patients of PVS this week, who have managed to find their way into serious trouble. A Boer goat gets tangled up in a wire fence causing a life-threatening leg injury, while a Weimaraner finds herself between a sock and a hard place. But not all injuries are self-inflicted? an unlucky buck meets the business end of a dart and a mite party is raging in a giant rabbit's ears. Buckle your seatbelts, folks? PVS is racing to the rescue!
Dr. Pol's Super Bowl+
Dr. Pol sees thousands of patients every year and, yet, only one pint-sized pony's managed to capture his unbridled love--Charlie the Mini-Horse! On this very special episode, we deep dive into the unique bond that Doc and this amazing therapy horse have formed over the years.
License To Chill+
Winter is on its way out but not before blasting the Mitten with one last ice storm! This week, central Michigan faces freezing temperatures and white-out conditions, making work even more difficult than usual for the vets at PVS. From frigid farm calls to slippery roads and a string of ice-related injuries, Pol Vet is ready for anything!
Danes of Our Lives+
Tensions run high when the vets face some of their most challenging cases, yet! Dr. Emily tackles two stalled labors and the victim of an after-hours dog fight, while Doc Pol rushes from one call to the next, while helping Charles' Great Dane puppy, Atlas, get back on his feet. When animals are in need, there's no such thing as "9 to 5", so the vets of PVS are working around the clock!
Little Pol Peep+
America's favorite vet quartet barely frets as they're faced with questions, quadrupled, on the downbeat of another busy day. The docs have their hands full with prickly problems, bellicose bovine, and a mangled mini-horse. It's sure to be a wild ride on this jaw-dropping, head bopping, heart-stopping, episode of The Incredible Dr. Pol.
One Dane At A Time+
This week, Doc and Diane fall head-over-paws for a sweet Great Dane puppy looking for her fur-ever home. As if a new puppy doesn't keep Doc busy enough, Pol Veterinary Services is slammed with animals in need. From a rescued mini-horse with a hairy problem to a Pomeranian requiring emergency eye surgery and a cat that was attacked by a wild animal, the vets barely have time to squeeze in a lunch break!
That's A Nono!+
It's spring in Michigan, and that means baby farm animals! From reindeer calves to goat kids, these brand-new clients are keeping the Pol team on their toes. Add in a prickly pet, a chicken battling parasites, and a potentially deadly case of pancreatitis, and the docs are in for an action-packed episode of The Incredible Dr. Pol.
Love If A Cattlefield+
This week, on The Incredible Dr. Pol, the vets at PVS slip on their kid gloves to care for fur-babies across the mitten, from a box-full of kittens to a goat kid feeling not-so-rosy. Not everything is a little bundle of joy, though! Dr. Nicole faces a bloodbath at House Dairy, Dr. Brenda swings by Rooftop Landing to examine a lame reindeer, and Dr. Pol treats a cat that survived by the skin of its teeth. Between the baby bonanza and barnyard emergencies, it's a nonstop week for the docs at Pol Veterinary Services!
A Pol New World+
A favorite Pol vet says goodbye, but not before a menagerie of mysteries swoop into the clinic. The Docs are faced with husky canines, spellbinding kitties, prickly prospects, and Dr. Emily's emotional departure. It's sure to be a stunning, running, and certainly punning, joyful journey through another episode of The Incredible Dr. Pol!
Cat Scratch Fever+
This week at Pol Veterinary Services, the vets are herding cats…literally! From a barn cat with a cold, to a new mom with kittens, and a fired-up feral bent on redecorating the clinic, the feline frenzy is only the beginning of the crazy cases. The team also encounter a dog that's been eating golf balls, goat kids in distress, and a cow with milk fever.
Moo In Town+
From new vets to newborns, this episode of The Incredible Dr. Pol is full of surprises. During a series of challenging clinic and farm calls, Dr. Pol and Dr. Brenda let new vets Dr. Lisa and Dr. Ray take the reins and show off their veterinary skills.
New fur-iends, fair weather, and proud paw-rents can only mean one thing - summertime has returned to central Michigan! This time, on The Incredible Dr. Pol, the docs have their hands full with 4H clients preparing for the Isabella County Fair - which is a pig deal around here!
Lord of The Wings+
This week at Pol Veterinary Services there's trouble afoot: from an emu with a broken leg, to a colt with a mysteriously swollen joint, and a collapsing mastiff. From a tiny kitten to a bloated calf, all shapes and sizes are welcome on this episode of The Incredible Dr. Pol.
Daned If I Do, Daned If I Don't+
This week it's not all fun and Danes as the vets race across central Michigan to help clients of all shapes and sizes, from a cantankerous cow to an exotic reptile. Dr. Pol and Charles rush to rescue Sam, a 2-year-old Percheron, while Dr. Brenda checks on Sebastian, a 4H sheep with a spot of trouble - ringworm!
Here, There, Emu-Where+
Everyone is running here, there, and emu-where. The week starts with 10 feisty bovines that might be pregnant. Then one of Dr. Pol's own Friesian horses isn't walking right. After briefly misplacing the horse, Dr. Pol and Charles team up to figure out the mystery injury.
I Love Moo!+
It's a healthy dose of cows, bow-wows, and vows this week in central Michigan! A dehydrated dachshund receives intensive care at PVS, while a horse with colic calls Dr. Emily thirty miles from the clinic. As Dr. Brenda helps a cow that can't get back on her feet, Charles is orchestrating his biggest surprise yet for his parents' fiftieth wedding anniversary.
Hook, Line & Lemur+
Summer's on its way out the door, but that doesn't stop the clients of Pol Vet from rushing in! A busy week at the clinic has everyone from the clinic staffers to their furry friends seeking some R&R. Dr. Pol takes the weekend to trade in his stethoscope for a fishing pole as he and Diane take a mini-vacation out on the open water!
This week on the Incredible Dr. Pol, there is trauma, drama, and a piglet in peril that needs the entire Pol Pack to join forces to save his life. The clinic staff sees a little of everything, from bloated calves to cats with grubs and even an injured emu. Dr. Emily has a very special case that she refuses to give up on.
May The Horse Be With You+
Can't help falling in love this week on The Incredible Dr. Pol! It's another whirlwind weekend as Dr. Pol, Dr. Brenda and Dr. Emily encounter everything from constipated cats, gassy horses-even a surprise proposal!
Doc Got Run Over By A Reindeer+
As the leaves change during autumn in Michigan, the crew at Pol Vet are falling into the same busy routine! An afterhours emergency has Dr. Pol on his toes when a case involving a baby reindeer turns into a three-day dilemma.
New Cats On The Block+
This time on the Incredible Dr. Pol, the animals are calling and Doc is rounding them up. The Docs at PVS are seeing everything, poisoned puppies, sassy cats, a visit from an old friend who needs some help, and Tater gets an adventure of his own.
Bark 'n Stormy+
Sit! Stay! You're in for a barking good time this week on The Incredible Dr. Pol! From cut tails, to close calls, quill pulling and knee popping, the docs at PVS are paws-itively pumped to help these injured pooches.
A Twitch In Time+
Dr. Emily must save a Pitbull pup on death's door who arrives at the clinic with a lethal combo of Parvo and a bacterial infection. Meanwhile, Dr. Pol goes into overdrive to rescue a horse choking to death, a rabbit from going blind, and a piglet with a ruptured rump.
Santa Paws is coming to town this week on the Incredible Dr. Pol! Despite the weather, the staff at PVS are determined to keep their spirits high. With broken wings and smelly things, jingle bells and puppy yelps, it's looking to be a Holly, Pol-y Christmas!
Kung Fu Biting+
This week on the Incredible Dr. Pol, the docs at Pol Vet are bombarded with not one, not two, not three, but four dogs that have been attacked. On top of the dog fights, the docs are seeing everything: bloated cows, pregnant pigs, and even a needy kitten makes an appearance.
You Can't Handle The Tooth+
The new vet is hitting the road! Dr. Michele picked a good week, feisty bulls need wrangling, a reluctant horse needs dental work, and a series of pregnancy checks kick off the week. Add to the mix an emergency goat kidding and a little kitten with a crippling leg problem.
A Plague On Both Your Horses+
Looks like chills are multiplying this week on The Incredible Dr. Pol! A nasty bug has hit the clinic causing multiple staffers to call out sick. Overwhelmed and understaffed, Dr. Pol and Dr. Emily tag team to take the lead on cases ranging from injured legs, quilled faces, and amputated ears.
She Works Hard For The Bunny+
Veterinarii fac eforturi să salveze niște alpacale gălăgioase, pe Luna, drăgălașul iepuraș terapeutic și pe Twinkie, cel mai simpatic ieduț din lume!
Swine And Dandy+
It's a bull-wrangling, calf-chasing, pig-squealing good time this week on The Incredible Dr. Pol! The docs have their hands full doing what they do best: saving animals in distress-though that doesn't mean it's always easy!
Something Pol, Something New+
Winter is making a slow exit but the animals are coming in fast at PVS! All three docs are on call for a boom of bovine troubles and the clinic gets doubly interesting with a mini-horse duo and a two-day Indo-Brazilian bull calf.
The Foal Monty+
It's a week of firsts for the vets at Pol Veterinary Services! Doc is rocking around-the-clock equine care with back-to-back emergency foalings, and Dr. Emily finds herself treating a dehydrated pig in the back of a truck.
Game of Goats+
This time on The Incredible Dr. Pol, spring has sprung in central Michigan and that means birthing season! It's a baby bonanza at Pol Veterinary Services, where the docs have their hands full with some beautiful babies...and some angry mamas. From kicking cows and emergency calvings to self-conscious Schnauzers and heaving horses, the Docs take it all in stride to get the job done.
Cow I Met Your Mother+
Spring is here and there's no shortage of mama drama as the docs handle cases with new moms, foster moms, and everything in between this week on The Incredible Dr. Pol! The week ends on Mother's Day with a surprise cake for the clinic's own matriarch: Diane!
Another One Fights The Doc+
It's a wild week of false alarms, around-the-clock emergencies, and some good old-fashioned detective work by the docs at Pol Veterinary Services. Not even a horse kick to the head keeps Dr. Pol from coming to the rescue of his clients!
New Chicks In The Flock+
This week on The Incredible Dr. Pol, it's a bevy bash as the newly married Charles and Beth Pol hatch a new flock! After weeks of wait and anticipation, Charles successfully spawns seven new peachicks and a little chicklet, who he dubs Henriette.
Good Wool Hunting+
It's the 2018 Isabella County Fair, and Dr. Pol has his hands full keeping the 4H animals healthy for competition. We follow three young competitors through the ups and downs as they prepare their animals for fair.
of Mice & Macaws+
This time on The Incredible Dr. Pol, there's a new face entering the fray at PVS: Dr. Nicole Arcy! From squealing sows and delinquent donkeys to magical macaws and equine eye issues, the Docs take it all in stride to get the job done.
Beauty & The Bees+
Summer is in full swing in central Michigan, and Pol Veterinary Services is abuzz with ducks, pups, and all sorts of udder emergencies! On top of it all, Diane is out for back surgery, so the PVS team is pulling double duty to make sure nothing slips through the cracks.
Meow & Forever+
It's summer in central Michigan, and things are heating up at Pol Veterinary Services. From broken legs to stalled labor, summer time doesn't mean vacation time on this sizzling episode.
Paws for Concern+
This time on The Incredible Dr. Pol, it's Dr. Pol's turn to be a patient! Decades of rough riding as a legendary country vet have left Doc with severe arthritis in his right ankle.
This week, on The Incredible Dr. Pol, the vets of PVS pull out their best tricks to treat splits, twists, rolls, and flips - and one of the biggest rabbit Doc's ever laid hands on! From first-time mama dramas to a goat as sweet as honey and a trusty police horse suffering from choke, it's all a balancing act that keeps the vets on their toes!
Happy Birthday to Moo!+
From plump pigs to hurt horses to cut cats, it's as busy a week as ever for Pol Vet. Charles takes the opportunity to sneak a vintage jukebox into the lake house for a very successful Dr. Pol birthday surprise!Next ShowingTuesday 2 November at 21:15 CATOn National Geographic WILDNext ShowingSunday 7 November at 21:20 CATOn National Geographic WILD
It’s All Dutch to Me+
Dr. Pol, Diane, and Charles finally embark on a long-overdue trip to the Netherlands. But for Doc, this is no vacation, as a whirlwind of adventures and farm calls await!Next ShowingWednesday 3 November at 21:20 CATOn National Geographic WILDNext ShowingSaturday 6 November at 22:05 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Hooked on a Feline+
Tater the three-legged clinic cat pokes around Pol Vet this week. Dr. Pol's caseload gets strange when tropical birds reveal bizarre injuries and an emergency C-section requires serious teamwork.Next ShowingThursday 4 November at 21:20 CATOn National Geographic WILDNext ShowingSunday 7 November at 22:05 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Pol Side of the Moon+
This week, a new season arrives in Michigan. During the heart of fall, a freak snow storm blows through to shake things up! And this is on top of an already-odd week - between a full moon and Halloween, there's no shortage of the wacky and wild to keep Dr. Pol and the vets busy! Attacked pigs, mischievous dogs, a horse hit by a car, and a bunch of bovines make sure that the calls continue coming in.Next ShowingFriday 5 November at 21:15 CATOn National Geographic WILDNext ShowingSaturday 6 November at 22:55 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Show Me the Honey+
Vet Assistant, Katie, shadows Dr. Pol in hopes of getting into veterinarian school. Meanwhile, Charles is excited to have the clinic staff and production crew taste the fruits of his labor... fresh honey!Next ShowingTuesday 9 November at 21:15 CATOn National Geographic WILDNext ShowingSunday 14 November at 21:20 CATOn National Geographic WILD
This week, Dr. Pol and the clinic are being showered with honors while one of a kind cases come rolling into the clinic surprising even this seasoned vet. From exposed tendons to pig attacks to 27-year-old birds, this week is anything but ordinary.Next ShowingWednesday 10 November at 21:20 CATOn National Geographic WILDNext ShowingSaturday 13 November at 22:05 CATOn National Geographic WILD
It's another wild week at Pol Vet Services, as Dr. Emily, Dr. Brenda and Dr. Pol team up to tackle cases big and small! A surprising announcement-when Dr. Emily reveals she has one more child on the way, and discusses what it's like to be a veterinarian and a mom!Next ShowingThursday 11 November at 21:15 CATOn National Geographic WILDNext ShowingSunday 14 November at 22:10 CATOn National Geographic WILD
K-9 to 5+
This week on the Incredible Dr. Pol it is K9 Chaos at the clinic with dogs of every breed coming in non-stop leaving these docs dog tired. From dogs getting into mischief to an intense emergency where every second counts, it's a jam-packed day at PVS.Next ShowingFriday 12 November at 21:20 CATOn National Geographic WILDNext ShowingSaturday 13 November at 22:55 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Frosty The Pol-Man+
From a collapsed horse with a mysterious brain injury to a potbelly pig that missed her flu shot, Dr. Pol encounters a shocking set of cases.Next ShowingTuesday 16 November at 21:15 CATOn National Geographic WILD
It's winter in Michigan, but there's no time to relax by the fire! From a grumpy cat that gets a taste of his own medicine, to some tense after-hours emergencies, there is truly no rest for these cold and weary vets.Next ShowingWednesday 17 November at 21:20 CATOn National Geographic WILD
It's March in Michigan, which means clients are marching over to Pol Vet Clinic! From a weak newborn colt and a struggling goat mama to seizing dogs and sneezing rats, there's always an animal in need!Next ShowingThursday 18 November at 21:20 CATOn National Geographic WILD
What's Moo With Ewe?+
This time on The Incredible Dr. Pol, it's a full week with emergencies, reunions, and ruffling some feathers! From cat fights to labs with lumps to emu rescues, this week has got it all.Next ShowingFriday 19 November at 21:20 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Birth, Wind & Fire+
With the long and frigid Michigan winter finally coming to an end the staff and animals rejoice. Dr. Pol has his hands full with an adorable basket of puppies, a wobbly horse with EPM, and a cow in trouble, laboring with a very large calf.
Pop! Goes The Beagle+
It's a rodeo of a week at Pol Vet - from wrangling wild alpacas to rolling stubborn heifers, the vets have their gloves full!
Three Vets And A Baby+
Spring is in full swing in central Michigan, leaving the vets of PVS with hands full of babies! Pregnant horses, cows, pigs, and sheep all across the mitten are having their youngins, keeping the calls coming in at Pol Vet.
Don't Turkey, Be Happy!+
This week on the Incredible Dr. Pol, Dr. Emily goes into labor 3 weeks early- leaving Dr. Pol and Dr. Brenda to man the busy clinic without her, a little sooner than expected!
It's Dr. Emily's first week back at Pol Vet after maternity leave, but that doesn't mean the sailing is smooth in Weidman! When a massive flood strikes Michigan, humans and animals alike are reeling from the devastating effects, making it a wet and wild week for the vets.
The Fourth of Pol-Ly!+
It is officially the summer season and with it comes a busy clinic. From lightning strikes to cat fights even to lame goats the Docs at PVS are seeing everything. However, it isn't all work once the 4th of July rolls around!
Mooovin' on Up+
It's that time of year again-it's 4-H Fair week in Michigan! Root for Dr. Pol's 4H clients, as the doctors feel the heat this summer with emergency cases from competing animals big and small!
One Pol Over the Cuckoo's Nest+
One flew over the Pol's nest this week on The Incredible Dr. Pol! It's a chirpy and chipper set of cases for the vets of PVS as they deal with ornery ungulates, cut colts, knobby knees, and more.
Winter, summer, spring or fall there's never a shortage of work to be done on the farm in central Michigan - and never a shortage of problems - especially when it comes to farm animals. Cue: Dr. Pol and his staff of vets who are always there to deal with the unique cases each season brings. Spring showers bring May flowers… and a rather painful situation to Bill Ulrich's farm. Bill calls on Dr. Pol because his 1,800-pound bull has been limping around. After a quick - and very careful - investigation, Doc realizes this burly bull simply needs a mani-pedi! Springtime is also the time for birthing joy, but one young calf is giving Kristyn Hoffman...
From four alpacas who belong in a boxing ring and animals that can't stand on their own four feet, to a bloody bulldog and a swarm of creepy crawlers: It's another not so average week for Dr. Pol and his team! Dr. Pol hits the road to House Farms to handle an emergency calving, where time is always a factor for mother and calf. A bone has cracked and fallen into the pelvis of the cow, blocking the calf's way out. It is time for Dr. Pol to show his "incredible" form! Back at the clinic, we meet a 92-pound American bulldog named Brutus, who lives up to his name. Brutus is clearly in distress with blood running down his legs, and is anything but...
From constipated puppies to deadly diseases and nasty dogfights, the pups that visit PVS are having a ruff day. The Pol clinic treats nearly 40 thousand canine patients, so this hair-raising episode focuses on man's best friend and their ear-perking tales. This puppy parade includes everything from strict quarantine for a very contagious pooch to a more complicated hip surgery for a doggie that's been in a car accident. We'll even get a glimpse into the homes of some staff members to meet their furry pals and hear why they can't live without them. Whether the cute canines are their very own or those of their patients, the Pol team is sure to get...
Flip ‘N Stitch+
The first days of autumn bring a new vet to Pol Veterinary Services. Hailing from Georgia, Dr. Elizabeth Grammer is the latest addition to Team Pol and she's arrived not a moment too soon. Her first weeks bring big surprises and helpful lessons as she learns the ropes at Pol Clinic. First up for Dr. Elizabeth - a tag-along trip with Doc to one of his regular clients: Clay Knob. It's a two-part lesson as Dr. Pol trains the rookie on heard health checks... and mixing it up with Dale and Phil. Now it's Dr. Emily's turn to train Dr. Elizabeth. The Dale Lehnert dubbed "Georgia Dream Team"are tabbed to handle and LDA back at Clay Knob and Dr. Emily...
Mow, Mow, Mow Your Goat+
It's not all business for the Pols this week as they find time away from the clinic to work on their lake house. But before kicking back, Dr. Pol must treat a wide array of clients including a camel with a limp, an enormous breeding bull, and a hedgehog in a prickly situation. They'll have to work hard to play hard this week! Dr. Pol starts the day off with the first farm call of the day to visit a creature unique to Central Michigan. Sasha, the dromedary camel, is having some trouble walking. Back at the clinic, Dr. Brenda meets her first client of the day, Bella, a dachshund who has quite literally gotten stuck with the short end of the stick....
Neck bites, gunshots, and thunderous growls rattle cages at Pol Veterinary as they feel the horror of the Halloween season. Diane and Doc pick apples "Pol style" while Charles raves about his costume collection and love for the season. It's fall in Michigan, so animals are getting their final checkups before the big chill. Everyone is in for a real treat when Dr. Emily remedies a Frankenstein puppy, Dr. Elizabeth embarks on her first solo farm call, and spooky circumstances bring in Simon the cat who is riddled with bb pellets. It's a scary set of cases and a "Pol-ercoaster" of emotions in this episode as bones are bandaged, teeth are wiggled,...
As Thanksgiving draws near, Charles Pol's cornucopia of gratefulness runneth over. To show his appreciation for the hardworking staff of Pol Veterinary Services, Charles whips up a plan to cook Thanksgiving dinner for them - at the clinic - including a deep-fried turkey! But the gratitude doesn't stop there, as the doc's at PVS hustle and bustle to solve one complication after the next, including encounters with an exotic fennec fox and a rare abnormality! The vets' tireless efforts and passion is on full display, leaving their clients - and their pets - ever so thankful to have them around.
One Great Dane+
It's an emotional time for the Pol's as they say farewell to their beloved Great Dane Frija. But the clients keep flooding into the clinic and the show must go on. It's not an easy week and these cases are quite a handful! These vets are up against an uncooperative German shepherd with gunshot wounds, an adorable fluffy kitten with a not-so adorable mite infestation, and a pregnant cow that tests Dr. Emily's heroics!
Show Me the Bunny+
Broken toes, worm infestations, and nursing puppies create the whirlwind of patients at Pol Vet this week. This should be routine for the team, but today, Dr. Pol and Diane are short-handed. On top of that, Charles goes out of town at the last minute, so the Pols need backup! Dr. Pol and Diane's grandchildren, Adam and Rachel, hurry to help out. Adam answers farm calls with Dr. Grand-Pol and Rachel stays in the office cleaning and rinsing dog dung from the kennels. Stakes are high as Dr. Elizabeth frantically calls for reinforcements and Dr. Emily performs two lifesaving surgeries on one of the worst cases she's ever seen!
Oh, Pol-y Night+
Ho, oh, no! It's Christmas season in Michigan and Dr. Pol and his team make their patient list, check it twice, and treat those who are naughty, spotty, snotty, and nice! First up, Tink and Lola, two dogs who desperately need the docs' help! Tink's owner suspects she ate ten feet of Christmas lights and Dr. Pol rushes the young pup in for an emergency x-ray. Meanwhile, Lola is brought to Dr. Elizabeth for an ultrasound to determine just how many pups Lola can expect on her due date - Christmas morning! Also, Dr. Pol has his work cut out for him when he meets Pokeyhontas a spiny hedgehog with a stinky, crusty, and pus-oozing ear infection. Finally,...
Wizard of Paws+
It's a dog's world at Pol Clinic, and the vets have their paws full with this motley crew of pups! From limping labs and damaged Danes to Pomeranian's with pimples and terriers with tooth trouble, Pol Vet is busy helping man's best friend! An afterhours emergency arrives at the clinic. Jim's hunting dog, Rocky, suddenly went rigid in the middle of their hunt. Will Dr. Emily be able to figure out what went wrong with this loyal Walker Hound? In the surgery room is Dr. Brenda as she works on Buster, a Boston Terrier, that's having some tooth troubles. Dr. Brenda gets down and dirty, extracting multiple teeth, allowing Buster to leave the clinic...
Doc Nose Best+
Neither rain, nor snow, nor big Pete can stand in the way of the vets of Pol clinic. But this year, the month of March is serving up an equation that will put that to the test! Add in a rambunctious, quarter-ton boar with razor-sharp tusks, a near-fatal skunk attack, plus a twisted uterus and the Vets have all they can handle. Then, Michigan mud season kicks in and it seems nothing is working in the vets favor.
Twist And Snout+
PVS has an exciting new addition to the clinic staff: Dr. Emily's husband, Tony! The Thomas family is following in the footsteps of the Pols, much to the delight of Jan and Diane. And boy, could they use the help! This week brings a complicated calving in dangerously whiteout conditions, a Jack Russell with "swimmer puppy" syndrome, and a cow with a cut milk vein that gives Dr. Emily a big kick! After two years on the PVS staff, it's time to shine a light on the eager, engaging, energetic and downright excellent Dr. Emily. Near whiteout conditions make for a dangerous and risky drive to Doeke Prins's, but that's never stopped Doc before. Dr. Pol...
Cranes, Sprains & Automobiles+
Spontaneous blizzards and chill temperatures are complicating treatment for PVS patients this spring, but that doesn't slow the vets down! Team Pol cares for hoards of animals that arrive at the clinic despite unstable weather or late hour. A late-night emergency kidding keeps Dr. Pol at the clinic during a snowstorm while Diane copes with a power outage. The weather interruptions continue as Doc is called out - for the first time in "The Incredible Dr. Pol" history - to treat a wild Sandhill Crane with life-threatening injuries. The exotic animals don't stop there as Doc sees guinea pigs, Amazon parrots, and a huge camel with humps full of attitude!
The Return of Dr. Strangeglove+
Dr. Pol and his team treat some of the most bizarre patients they've ever seen including a red-necked wallaby with a peculiar protrusion, a cow with a mutant baby, and an extra tiny two-pound goat! All bets are off when a farmer's newborn calf comes in with six legs! No matter how bizarre the case, it's all in a days' work for the dedicated vets at PVS.Next ShowingThursday 21 October at 21:25 CATOn National Geographic WILD
It's another wild week in Michigan! From animal attacks to breakaway bovines to slick sheep, the vets are on call and on their toes as the cases keep rolling in. With a plan to go green at the clinic and at home, Charles is leading the charge to help the Pols get eco-friendly for a sustainable future.Next ShowingFriday 22 October at 21:15 CATOn National Geographic WILD
This spring, the Pols are flushed with excitement as they attend to a very special pet project - their Friesian horse, Anneke is expecting! They wait patiently for eleven lengthy months for Anneke to finally give birth to an itty bitty stud colt! Dr. Pol and Diane adore their new baby but are deeply concerned about his size - he's about 50 pounds lighter than expected and isn't even a preemie!Next ShowingTuesday 26 October at 21:20 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Itchin' For A Stitchin'+
In case of emergency, dial Dr. Pol! It's a high stakes and tension-filled episode for Doc and the PVS staff as animals across central Michigan find themselves in one complication after the next. Doc and Charles get roped into an unexpected rodeo at Ray Brooken's farm and in the midst of all the commotion Charles makes a wrong move that puts him out of commission. In the meantime, Dr. Emily treats a pair of dogs with serious injuries and underlying complications.Next ShowingWednesday 27 October at 21:25 CATOn National Geographic WILD
As late spring changes to summer, one thing remains constant at Pol Veterinary Services? a busy slate of farm calls and clinic cases keeping the vets on the go. Dr. Pol, Dr. Brenda and Dr. Emily shift into overdrive to meet the needs of their clients - both two legged and four. But more help is on the way! The Pol Clinic veterans take a new vet, Dr. Erin, under their wing, as they flip cows, clamp calves, tube horses, and treat a rescue rooster with a grotesquely swollen bumblefoot. Keeping everyone's furry friends healthy can be hectic, but the addition of Dr. Erin, promises to lighten the load... once she learns the ropes.Next ShowingThursday 28 October at 21:15 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Paw & Order+
Animal control officers dash to Pol Clinic with a rescued Saint Bernard in a life threatening situation. Dr. Pol is determined to keep it out of the pound and in a suitable home.Next ShowingFriday 29 October at 21:25 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Back To The Suture+
Summer is in full swing in central Michigan and Pol Vet Services has revved up to meet the growing needs of their clients - from farm calls to clinic emergencies, Dr. Pol and crew are full speed ahead. But animals are not the only ones in need of Dr. Pol's attention, as he and Charles embark on a mission to fix up his vintage DMC DeLorean for the local car show. The car will have to wait though, as the Pol duo have the pedal to the metal en route to a serious emergency - Bow Tie, a beloved family cow has suffered an enormous prolapse after giving birth. The longer the uterus is out the more it swells, so time is of the essence if they are to save...
My Fair Piggy+
The Isabella County Fair is just around the corner - which means Dr. Pol, Dr. Emily and Dr. Brenda are busy treating fair animals, making sure they are in tiptop shape for competition. Dr. Pol and Charles start the day tending to a fair pig, whose future isn't looking so fair after all. Will Dr. Pol be able to get this prolapsed show pig back in shape? Across town, Dr. Emily's up to bat, with a cow named Toro - who's abdominal hernia seems to be more than a hiccup on the road to winning the blue ribbon. Now it's Dr. Brenda's turn - there are two horn-y things on the heads of steers, Big Ron and Hannah, preventing them from getting fair-side. When...
The staff of Pol Vet Services has one head-scratcher after another, from the peculiar to the downright bizarre. With over 19,000 clients, it is only a matter of time before the vets are presented with a unique case that they have never seen before. Dr. Pol leads the charge into uncharted territory. He devises a way to non-invasively remove penile carcinomas threatening a beloved horse, and advises a client on how to best treat her duck whose penis has prolapsed. Dr. Brenda also has her hands full with a herniated pig, and a beagle that has a brain-shaped vaginal polyp. Not to be outdone, Dr. Emily, the newest vet at PVS, completes her 'first flip...
Cowhide and Seek+
Runaways, adventurists, and escape artists-what's gotten into these animals around town? First, Dr. Pol is called in to assess two runaway bulls who've shown up at Tom Knoll's Farm. Across town, Dr. Emily is responding to a complicated emergency calving. Later, at the clinic, Dr. Brenda is helping Miss Kitty who's in with a problem that's making her young owner squirm! Between canine hijinks, bulls on the loose, and an attempted kitten getaway, the Pol's sure have their hands full!
It's another busy week for Dr. Pol both in the clinic and at home. Clients take matters into their own hands as our vets have a slew of do-it-yourself doctoring to repair. Dr. Brenda's got her hands full devising a creative treatment plan for Cash, a hyperactive Blue Heeler puppy whose owners had no choice but to create a makeshift splint for his broken leg.
Hook, Feline and Sinker+
From gimpy goats to belligerent bulls, families all around are relying on Pol Veterinary Service to take care of their animals this summer. The first patient of the day is a loveable family pup who got a little too close to some farming equipment. Later, young Novalie arrives with her dad and cat, Princess. Curiosity got the best of this cat when she managed to get a fishhook stuck in her leg.
It's all dogs all day this week at Pol Veterinary Services! Dogs are an incredibly important part of the Pols' life, as both personal pets and clients. From unclaimed strays to nosey farm dogs, there's no pup Dr. Pol and crew won't treat.
Knights of The Round Stable+
Pol Veterinary Services has yet another busy week on its hands. Will Dr. Pol and the other vets be knights in shining armor for this week's herd of ailing animals? Across town, there's a stalled labor at McConnell Farms, and this one is twice as complicated. Every minute is critical, especially with a twin calving, so Dr. Emily calls Dr. Pol for a little lesson on the Pol Vet way to handle it.
Squeal of Fortune+
It's Dr. Pol's birthday - but before the celebrations can begin, there's a bevy of cases for the Pol Veterinary staff. From colorful parrots to a sick zebra, Dr. Pol's hands are full with this week's exciting cases! First call of the day is from Gary Smith. He needs Dr. Pol to perform pregnancy checks on a whopping 86 cows at his farm! Between fighting and kicking, it takes hours to get all these cows accounted for! But with a lot of help from his right-hand man Charles, Doc gets the job done and is onto the next. Back at the clinic, Dr. Brenda and Dr. Emily are both looking after some troubled pups. Little Annie has a severely fractured bone...
One Hot Llama+
The leaves have changed and the first hints of winter appear in Central Michigan. Dr. Pol and the PVS crew are still hard at work servicing the farms and small animal owners of Isabella County and the surrounding areas. Spitting llamas, a surly Scottish Highlander, and a Red Heeler who had a run-in with a car are just a few of the surprises in store for these dedicated vets. Zipping through the unforgiving Michigan countryside in their trusty trucks, every day brings a new set of challenges, vehicle troubles included.
After working hard throughout her pregnancy, it's just about time for Dr. Emily's maternity leave - but not before Dr. Pol and crew treat a slew of young animals, including a stray kitten, a clumsy baby alpaca, and a pair of screaming goat kids.
To surprise Diane for her birthday, Dr. Pol decides to clean up a rusty old sleigh he and the Mrs. purchased years ago. Will Doc, Charles and a few of their Amish friends be able to re-break the Pol's two Friesian horses and restore the old sleigh in time, or will Diane's dreams of a one-horse-open-sleigh, be dashed?
The elements have never stopped Pol Veterinary Services from working their tails off-not even lots of snow and ice! Through one of Michigan's toughest winters, PVS and the local dairy farmers are working tirelessly day in and day out.
Frostbitten In The Mitten+
Central Michigan is in the throes of yet another brutal winter but the staff of Pol Vet Services remains undeterred-no matter the conditions, there are sick animals that need care, and these are just the vets for the job. The first client of the day is a true American war hero… Jypsy, a retired military bomb-sniffing dog, is mysteriously limping on her hind legs. Dr. Pol's got to get this lovable veteran on her feet and back to enjoying her retirement on the home front. The deep freeze of late winter has everyone feeling uncomfortable - but no one more so than Jazz, a horse with a big problem in a sensitive area. Low temperatures and bone chilling...
The Color Purr-Pol+
Doc Pol treats animals of all shapes and sizes, and yet there's one thing even the incredible Dr. Pol cannot do with precision - get his colors straight. So when Charles hears of a new technological breakthrough, he decides it's time to give his dad the gift of color. There's no denying Doc's first clinic patient of the day is sporting some serious color himself. Zeus, an amazon macaw is in for his routine talon maintenance. Across the hall - Sunny, the Himalayan cat, isn't feeling so bright. Sunshine's tail had a run-in with a piece of motorized furniture… and lost. Will Dr. Emily be able to save this grumpy cat's tail? At Dr. Pol's farm call…...
A tough winter has finally broken in Michigan, and local animals are abuzz with the warmer weather. From a bellowing bull to calving cows to pups that get porcupine'd, this week is as un-bee-lievable as ever for the vets at PVS! Dr. Pol and Charles travel to Andrea Tait's farm to castrate a bellowing bull. In addition to his volume levels, Porter has a set of horns that can do some damage; it's time to tame the beast. Back at the clinic and later in the evening, Dr. Emily is on call when Gregory brings in a family cat that can't move its hind legs. It doesn't look good, and some x-rays confirm the severity of this cat's issues. From there, Dr....
Piggin' In The Rain+
While the weather in Michigan may be inconsistent, the hard work of Dr. Pol and his team of vets at PVS is anything but. It may be a rainy and miserable Monday, but whenever and wherever an animal is in need, the staff at Pol Vet is there to help. Dr. Pol and Charles are off to castrate a pair of testy bulls. Several failed attempts to corral the bulls leave them increasingly agitated and it becomes apparent that they'll need to be tranquilized first. With a little stealth and some old school rope techniques, Dr. Pol manages to inject and subdue the thousand pound bulls for a safe and easy procedure. At the clinic, Dr. Emily takes a look at a...
The week is full of surprises in central Michigan. Unplanned pregnancies, long labors, mystery symptoms and power outages-the vets at Pol Veterinary Services have their hands full! In the parking lot, Dr. Pol is taking a look at Andrea Tait's goat, Appy. Appy is just one year old; owner Andrea is unsure of how the male goat managed to impregnate Appy. Now Andrea has come to Dr. Pol for an exam and advice, concerned over the implications this pregnancy could have. Across town, Dr. Emily is investigating a horse with a swollen knee. After confirming that the horse's vitals are in good shape, she then notices an odd build up of fluid around its stomach....
Spring is on the horizon in central Michigan, and with it comes new life. Calves are being born and the Pols go all out to boost their peafowl flock!
Early springtime in Michigan means mothers, including Diane Pol, are being celebrated across the state! From Natalie the cow's dangerous breech birth to Kita the very pregnant mare who escapes and goes running, the PVS team will rest at nothing to nurture moms and their youngsters during this magical time of year.
Pol Clinic is cookin’ up chaos from a guinea pig with a personality that’s too saucy to a bunch of piglets that are having trouble piggin’ out. Next to arrive at the clinic, Hope, whose situation seems anything but hopeful to her owners. When Hope was born breach, her hip was dislocated and now it’s do or die for this little calf. Will Dr. Brenda be able to successfully heal her? Or will the Woodruff family lose Hope? This year marks the very first Hearty Harvest Chili Cook off a local event hosted by Hearty Harvest owner, Natalie Wernette to promote local farmers. Natalie convinces Dr. Pol to sign on as a judge of the chili cook off, and Charles...
The Amazing Dr. Brenda+
The also incredible Dr. Brenda has been a staple at Pol Veterinary services for over 21 years. The clinic staff and even some long-time clients reminisce about their fondest memories of working with Dr. Brenda while the good doctor has her hands full this week with Lady, a horse who's having trouble putting on the pounds and Little Matt, a dog with an enormous oozing wound on his belly. After a difficult week, Dr. Brenda, Andrea and Melissa enjoy a well-deserved night out on the town.
This fall, love is in the air at Pol Clinic as Charles plans a surprise anniversary getaway for his parents. But the Pols arent giving just their marriage some TLC; there are sick animals across central Michigan that need Dr. Pol before he can get out of town and celebrate 46 years of marriage with Diane. First up is a bellowing, bloated calf with a problem much worse than a bellyache. Meanwhile at the clinic, Dr. Brenda is dealing with a snarly dog that has a gnarly hot spot on his cheek. Still, every so often a client comes in that stops everyone in their tracks. Today it's a beloved family cat suffering from a severe gunshot wound. From dachshunds...
This week, the Pols go Dutch when a special visitor comes to town - Charles uncle Jan is visiting from the Netherlands! Uncle Jan doesn’t speak English and Charles is on a mission to learn enough Dutch to finally have a conversation with his uncle. Dr. Pol helps when he can, but he’s got to stay focused on the job while dodging a feisty cow with a stinky foot problem and helping a down-cow taking a treatment that could kill it. Brooks, a puppy with a protruding hernia and Buddy, a Shih Tzu with a bulging eye who’s seen better days, keep the clinic hopping until Uncle Jan is in Michigan. Will the conversation be lively or Charles find his attempts...
Here's Looking At Moo+
Dr. Pol may be from the Netherlands, but there’s no question his home is Michigan as a vet or a church member, or a high school football fan, Dr. Pol and his family are very much a part of the Isabella County community. In honor of his dedication, Dr. Pol is surprised with an award in recognition of his work with 4H. But he has little time to celebrate before he’s off to help Marshall Farms castrate some of the newest members of their cattle herd while also working to curb a potentially disastrous pink eye outbreak at Finnerty Farms.
The Pol Clinic is bursting at the seams with two-legged and four-legged traffic and Dr. Pol and Diane are ready to expand. Cement mixers and cranes have the Pol clinic buzzing with anticipation for this latest addition. But on the road its business as usual for the Pol crew as Dr. Pol, Charles and Dr. Brenda work to tackle the problems of a feisty alpaca, a troubled twosome of dairy cows, and a miniature donkey with a fungus problem on its feet.
Talk Turkey To Me+
This Thanksgiving the birds are calling the shots at Pol Veterinary Services when Charles adopts three turkeys that are on the run. Then when Gail and Lynn Wernette find a pair of wandering Great Danes near their home, they bring them to the clinic. Thin and in poor health, these dogs are in need of some serious TLC, but Dr. Pol and Diane have a full house. The hunt is on for homes for these gentle giants. Later, it's all hands on deck when Capone, a horse with a nasty cut on its hoof, arrives in the clinic parking lot. It's an uphill battle as Dr. Pol wrestles with Capone, and calls for help from his owners to get the horse treated. It wouldn't...
Halloween is coming and Dr. Pol is in his element dealing with jumping, flailing, and barking clientele. Charles has some tricks up his sleeves, but that's nothing compared to the surprises patients bring, as Dr. Pol is hit with blood, pee, and a kick in the knee. The doc and family visit a haunted yard, but after dealing with an angry herd of beef cattle, a pair of ill-mannered sugar gliders, and a skittish stallion, Dr. Pol ain't scared of no ghosts!
It is the week before Christmas and all through the farms, Dr. Pol is still working inside the red barns! It’s beginning to look at lot like Christmas in Michigan as Dr. Pol heads to John Jourdan’s for his first farm call of the day. Without a head chute, the set-up for these castrations is less than ideal but nothing Doc Pol can’t handle. Meanwhile, Dr. Brenda races out to Rooftop Landing, where a reindeer named Ole is aching for a chance to pull Santa’s sleigh. The end of the week finds the Pols in the mood for some holiday cheer.
Nerves of Steer+
Horses are driving Dr. Pol wild as he works to fix chunky runny noses, gruesome gashes and even penile problems. He's always up to the challenge, but it's a horse of a different color when Dr. Pol is asked to deliver a commencement address to the entire graduating class of Central Michigan University. He's known for being good with his hands, but keeping his foot out of his mouth will be the real trick!
The Upper Hoof+
It's a full day for the vets when Dr. Pol wrangles a foursome of gutsy cows that refuse their pregnancy checks and Dr. Brenda deals with an after-hours emergency when Sisco the horse is down with colic. The two vets are always ready for action, but with the clinic understaffed and Dr. Sandra preparing to leave the practice, life at the Pol Clinic somehow found a way to get crazier
Vets, calves and cats are all having a hard time after getting the cold shoulder from Jack Frost this winter. Farmers, livestock and pets work to adapt while Dr. Pol stays warm the only way he knows how by keeping busy. Dr. Pol doesn't let a little cold weather stop him as he fixes frozen teats, stitches up hard-hided pigs, and helps with the birthing of one huge calf.
The Pol Clinic vets are up to their coverall collars in clients and the new vet cant start soon enough. When Dr. Emily accepts the position she gets a real Michigan welcome spending her first day out on farm calls getting her hands dirty with Dr. Pol. Dr. Emily may be able to take help with the workload, but Dr. Pol stays busy as he juggles a horse combating colic, a rabbit that can't hop to it, and a working dog named Stitches, with possible head trauma.
The animals of Isabella County are getting antsy after such a long winter and they're up to more trouble than usual. Dr. Pol is out to save an unborn calf after its mother has a life-threatening metal snack and has to help Ellie May, a dog who's gotten money hungry and is now a barking piggy bank. While his dad is hard at work, Charles offers to lend a hand at a local farm. Charles works to prove to the folks at Clay Knob and his father just how farm handy he can be, but the pigs and cows of the dairy farm refuse to make it easy for him.
Slop, Drop And Pol+
After a long winter these antsy animals are ready for warm weather and spring brings all new troubles to the Pol clinic. Reggie the pit-bull is in for a nasty gash while Roxy and Lily, a pair of curious pups, are dealing with their own problems after provoking a prickly porcupine. Then add one feisty mini-horse, an unlucky pet pig, and a breeched calving, and Dr. Pol's plate is maxing out. Meanwhile, Charles may have bitten off more than he can chew when he decides to enter a pancake-eating contest at the annual Shepherd's Maple Syrup Festival.
It's Raining Hen+
Popeye the rabbit comes to Pol Clinic with overgrown teeth and leaves with a couple of dates! Popeye's owner, Jodi, is raising money for her therapeutic riding organization, Hopewell Ranch. With a little charm, she gets Dr. Pol to agree to auction off dinner with him and Diane as one of their prizes at their annual fundraiser. With Charles auctioning off a date as well, the stage is set for a friendly competition to see who can get the highest bidder. Dr. Pol doesn't have time to fret though; he has his hands full with Mary, a pup who swallowed a dangerous amount of nicotine, and Blondie, a goat with a mysterious disease that could infect her...
Ruff Day At The Office+
It's ready, set, VET as Dr. Pol and the other vets race to take on emergency after emergency in one frantic Friday. A pup with eye problems, a bird with a busted beak and a trio of possibly pregnant alpacas, start a day of jumping. But when emergency after emergency comes through, all the vets find themselves running just to keep up with their clients. For Dr. Pol, business hours don't matter when there are animals in need. Ready and able… and with coffee in hand, you won't catch Dr. Pol sleeping when there are lives at stake!
Squeal of Dreams+
Dr. Pol is fielding farm calls all over Isabella County now that the spring birthing season is in full swing. Dr. Pol is ready to catch whatever curveball a cow throws his way, but when the local minor league baseball team asks him to throw the first pitch, it comes right out of left field. He may not be a baseball pro, but Dr. Pol knows how to play hardball and after practicing with Charles, he's going to show Michigan a first pitch to remember. But practice comes last when Dr. Pol still has so many farm calls to deal with first!
The Pol clinic is packed to the gills with a mini-pig, giant bunny, pregnant dog, and a busted hen. Meanwhile, think the Pol animal family is big enough? Think again! When Douglass the Great Dane comes to the clinic in need of a home, Dr. Pol can't say no to those puppy dog eyes. Getting this pup to join the family is no easy task. The whole Pol family is going to pitch-in to get Douglass up to speed!
Black White And Pol All Over+
A swift kick from a horse forces Charles to sit out farm calls, so it's up to Diane to fill his coveralls. . The original dynamic duo of Dr. and Mrs. Pol have to remedy a zany little zebra, castrate a powerful racehorse, and treat a cow with teat trouble. Diane may not be a newbie, but after spending so long manning the clinic and warming the bench, does she still have what it takes to play the field with the Doc? Emergency farm calls may keep them running, but Diane and Dr. Pol are ready to prove that the family that stays together, saves together.
As snow and ice blanket Weidman, there’s no slowing down for Dr. Pol and his team, who battle the elements and slick roads to save their clients animals. As the clinic becomes increasingly busier, Charles swaps sunny L.A. for frigid Michigan to help with the workload. Dr. Pol challenges Charles to take part in the local Special Olympics charity event, the Polar Plunge, where participants dive into an icy lake in the height of winter. Always up for a challenge, Charles agrees to take the bitter cold dip, making him feel as sick as some of the clinics fuzzy four-legged patients. But his preparations must be put on hold as the emergency calls continue....
Charles in Charge+
It's busy as always at Pol Veterinary Services, but amidst the chaos Dr. Pol and Diane seize an opportunity to take a much-needed vacation. They're in for a long weekend at the Flying B Ranch in Idaho, where they soak in the great outdoors and maybe even treat some animals along the way. With the Pols gone, Dr. Brenda handles the overflow of clinic cases and farm calls, and allows Charles to ride along with her for the very first time. The Pols are counting on Charles to help keep things running smoothly at the clinic and at home, but hoping against hope doesn't make it so. Charles manages to leave behind a path of destruction that might make...
Baby, It's Cold Outside+
The Michigan winter continues to beat down hard on Pol Veterinary Services. It's February and while snow remains on the ground, love is in the air. Dr. Sandra shares news of her surprise engagement on Valentine's Day with the clinic staff. Dr. and Mrs. Pol are elated for the young veterinarian, but the romantic holiday leaves Charles feeling lonely. With his parents cautious approval he begins a quest to find a furry companion to call his own. Finally a phone call leads to the perfect pet that everyone agrees will be a great new member of the Pol pack. Some other pet owners aren’t so happy… or lucky. A young man brings in a champion goose sick...
Pigs In A Blanket+
It's been a long and harsh winter in Weidman, Michigan and everyone at the clinic can't wait for Easter and spring to arrive. Until then, Charles will ward off the relentless cold with his "insulation" - his beard. As the winter drags on Charles, Dr. Pol and the rest of clinic staff brave the lingering frigid temperatures to keep animals healthy in the clinic and on the farm running into both bizarre and new cases along the way.
New Dog, Pol Tricks+
It's birthing season in Michigan, and between the emergency calving cases and a potential pneumonia epidemic among piglets, Dr. Pol and his clinic staff have their hands full. Charles is hoping to impress the staff by training his pup, Athena, how to behave. But it's not just Athena learning new tricks, Charles may need a lesson in puppy training before he can make real progress with his pup. With so many births, Dr. Pol and Charles are on the run. The first farm call is an emergency calving with a twist - Dr. Pol and Charles must catch the heifer first before they can help her give birth. As the chase commences, they quickly learn this heifers...
Cat In The H.A.T.S.+
From angry bulls to feisty calves, the animals of Isabella County are getting testy after a long cold winter. The farm calls keep pouring in, but when a cat with a birthing injury is brought into the clinic, Dr. Pol and Charles are inspired to volunteer for the local Humane Animal Treatment Society to help control feral cat overpopulation. Charles joins members of HATS and Isabella County Animal Control on a stake out to capture and neuter a growing family of junkyard feral cats. Meanwhile, Dr. Brenda does some intensive detective work on a pooch with a mysterious growth in its neck.
The winter snow has turned into torrential rain, bringing a flood of farms calls to Pol Veterinary Services. The vets, farmers, and animals alike are growing weary of the deluge of rain-related problems and there doesn't seem to be an end in sight. And as the waters continue to rise around the clinic, so do emotions when a family is faced with a heartbreaking decision about their beloved dog. In the pouring rain, Dr. Pol rushes out to Pohl Dairy to check on a normally docile dairy cow that is acting out of its mind. Could the incessant rain be affecting this cow as well? Meanwhile, Dr. Brenda races out in the rain on an emergency call to Myers...
The vets and staff at Pol Veterinary Services deal with Michigan’s notoriously unpredictable spring season after a cold and wet winter. The first signs of nicer weather are beginning to be seen in the form of clinic cases and farm calls as the animals are getting outside, releasing their pent-up energy and feeling an urge to mate. Charles promises to embrace the season of renewal by making a commitment to get in shape but only when the temps turn warmer. Suddenly it's springtime in the middle of the mitten and there’s no time to rest for the weary clinic and a determined Charles.
The Bull Pen+
As the winter season ends in Michigan, the melting snow and ice give way to greener pastures and the arrival of the much anticipated HATS Gala- an event showcasing high quality art by local artists with proceeds benefitting the Humane Animal Treatment Society, also known as HATS. Before the Pol family can partake in the festivities, they must pull together with the clinic staff to handle the chaos that springtime brings to the clinic.
How Now Smelly Cow+
The first signs of summer gradually creep across central Michigan, and Pol Veterinary Clinic is in full swing. Vet assistant Olivia has been juggling work and school since deciding to pursue her vet tech certification and Dr. Pol and staff are happy to help in any way they can. As part of her program, Olivia will be shadowing Dr. Pol on a variety of cases and making a video displaying her vet tech skills. Charles sees an opportunity to express his creative side and quickly offers Olivia his directorial services- in exchange for complete creative control. The video will have to wait as the emergency calls come rushing in. As Dr. Pol and Charles...
Dog Dazed Afternoon+
The busy summer season kicks into high gear at the clinic as life and death situations come streaming in testing the endurance of all the vets at Pol Veterinary Services. Meanwhile Charles takes his commitment to getting in shape to the next level and signs up for a 5K race around Mt. Pleasant. Between biking, canoeing and even hitting the gym during lunch in preparation, Charles still manages to make time for emergency farm calls with Dr. Pol. A mare at a local Amish farm has been in labor for almost 48 hours. It doesn't look good for the foal, but Dr. Pol and Charles waste no time trying to save the mares life. Back at the clinic, Dr. Sandra...
Father's Day is just around the corner and Charles is busy making arrangements for a one of a kind father-son camping trip. In the meantime, Dr. Pol and Dr. Brenda deal with an onslaught of cases in the clinic and down on the farm including emergency calvings, overdue dehornings and a visit from a couple unusual feathered friends. While the vets are busy with the animals, Charles goes searching for the perfect Father's Day gift, but what do you get for an incredible dad who wants nothing but deserves so much?
The Incredible Mr. Quackerson+
It's the peak of summer in middle Michigan and babies are everywhere as Dr. Pol, his son Charles and Dr. Brenda try to keep up with an onslaught puppies, kittens and calves, oh my! Amidst the birthing chaos, a couple of the Pol familys animals go under the knife; including a duck named Mr. Quackerson, who is found injured and needs to be "ambulanced" to the clinic for surgery. Then, Charles's Great Dane puppy Athena has come of age and is in for a fix. But will a routine procedure give Dr. Pol more than he can handle?
Pol Speed Ahead+
Dr. Pol's need-for-speed is both a practical necessity and a life-long passion that started way back in Holland where he was a driving instructor! When he's not tending to sick animals he’s burning up the back roads of Isabella County. First stop is a farm where a desperate mare has been in labor for over two days. Dr. Pol and Charles rush to save mother and foal, but are they already too late? Next, the father-son duo race over to Marshall Farms for a few pregnancy checks but the Marshalls have a little something up their sleeves as well. The Marshalls are farmers by day, but by night they’re amateur racecar drivers. They are just days away from...
Dr. Pol loves keeping it old school, but his son Charles is determined to teach an old vet new tricks by upgrading the computer system at the Pol Veterinary Clinic. However, Dr. Pol can’t be bothered with motherboards when he’s got an actual mother and her sick foal to deal with. Add escaping cattle, a wobbly dog that can’t stop walking in circles, and an alligator with an attitude to the mix and you’ve got a perfect storm of Pol-manageable madness. And while the Pol vets keep busy, Charles works on finding other ways to throw his parents headfirst into the 21st Century.
Gag Me With A Tube+
The county fair has come to town, and as the unofficial vet for the entire fair, Dr. Pol is a busy man. At the clinic, Timmy the goat has come to see Dr. Brenda. She thinks he’s got something blocking his esophagus. If she can’t get it out, Timmy won’t be able to eat or drink, and could die. And the emergency cases keep coming in. Cooter, the hound dog arrives at the clinic to see Dr. Brenda after getting in a fight with another dog. He’s pretty torn up with lacerations on his side, face, and a good chunk taken out above his eye. The fair is not the only visitor that’s come to town this summer. Charles friend Dr. Jill has come all the way from...
It is another busy spring season for the staff of Pol Veterinary Services. An overflowing schedule of clinic visits and farm calls has left Dr. Pol, and his right hand woman Dr. Brenda, no choice but to start looking for some help. A veterinary student from Iowa State University shadows Dr. Pol for the day, assisting with the infusion of mares, treating a downed cow, and diagnosing animals at the clinic. Dr. Pol hopes the day's experiences will be enough to convince the student to eventually become a part of his team.
All Vets Are Off+
It is another busy spring season for the staff of Pol Veterinary Services. An overflowing schedule of clinic visits and farm calls has left Dr. Pol, and his right hand woman Dr. Brenda, no choice but to start looking for some help.
Spring fever has hit for Dr. Pol and his staff at the veterinary clinic. A packed room of clients and animals wait patiently as Dr. Pol and Dr. Brenda make their way through their day of triple-booked appointments. Dr. Brenda gets down and dirty with a nearly one-ton cow and shows she can hang with the best of them
Down And Derby+
Dr. Pol and his hard-working team have another packed schedule of farm calls and clinic appointments this week. As with any practice, there are the staff faces plenty of ups and downs the staff must face.
Holy Bat Attack!+
Springtime in Michigan means more emergencies for Dr. Pol and his staff at Pol Veterinary Clinic. A winged intruder gives the Pol family a rabies scare that needs to be addressed immediately for the health of Dr. Pol and the community.
Dr. Pol loves the work he does as a veterinarian because of the variety. Every day is different from the last for this central Michigan vet, and this week is no exception. With Mother's Day on its way, it is only fitting that Dr. Brenda successfully deliver twin calves on a farm call.
The Cow Jumped Over The Moon+
A slew of unusual findings and emergencies have Dr. Pol and Diane convinced the full moon is the cause of the chaos. Between every cow at Gary Smith's farm being pregnant and cannibalistic pigs, the animals seem wilder than ever.
Dr. Pol and his staff face a variety of challenging tasks every day. Although the clinic work can be as simple as giving a vaccination, it can also be as difficult as performing a major surgery. But the real test for these vets is the unpredictable job of treating large animals.
Spring turns to summer and Dr. Pol's patience and stamina are tested as record-breaking heat hits the "middle of the mitten". From a cow struggling to give birth to a feisty mini horse, Dr. Pol and Dr. Brenda's "never give up" motto is time consuming but rewarding as the clinic is hit with one emergency farm call after another.
Flu the Coop+
The flu can't keep Dr. Pol and the team away from helping the animals and people that depend on them most. While Dr. Pol is able to pinpoint what's making him ill, it's not so easy for his patients to do so. As he and Charles take on the complexities of cow ailments, Dr. Brenda goes to work on an abnormally lethargic dog and checks out a limping pet duck.
Ready, Vet, Go!+
The Dr. Pol Veterinary team is finally getting some relief from their busy schedules in the form of a recent vet school graduate named Dr. Sandra. The day before she arrives shows just how much they could use her help as Dr. Pol and Charles ride from farm call to farm call, helping out a cow with injured lungs as well as some calves suffering from botched castrations.
Rock 'N Pol+
The hectic life of Dr. Pol gets ramped up one more notch this week with the visit of his Dutch family and Charles' L.A. lady. Although the company makes the clinic feel jam-packed, the extra hands on farm calls provide a little relief for Doc Pol.
Hog Days Of Summer+
The sizzling Michigan heat is taking its toll on Dr. Pol and his team this week. But unfortunately for these vets, the animals are suffering from the rising temperature as well.
Red, White & Moo+
After the emergency farm calls and clinic visits for the week are complete, the Pols kick off their Fourth of July celebrations with a parade and a barbecue! With Charles manning the grill, family and friends gather at the Pols for some brats, potato salad, and fireworks.
What's Up Doc+
After 40 years of being a vet, Dr. Pol knows no job is too big or small for him to handle when it comes to treating his patients. From unusual cases such as a horse with the West Nile Virus and a calf with balance problems, to checking the health of a newborn kitten, the animals seem to be trying to stump him at every turn.
A Fair To Remember+
It's time for the Isabella County Fair in Michigan, which culminates in the 4-H competition. In addition to their regular clients, Dr. Pol and his staff are busy tending to all the animals that need last minute checkups to make them eligible to compete.
Vet And Wild+
In the premiere episode, we meet Dr. Jan Pol, who, along with his wife Diane, runs thriving veterinary clinic located in Central Michigan's farm country. As hardworking as he is eccentric, Dr. Pol is nothing short of a local legend within the community thanks to his old school, no-nonsense approach to animal care.
How Now Downed Cow?+
In the second episode, Dr. Pol, assisted by his son Charles, is faced with several difficult cases, including a Police Dog who is lethargic and losing weight for no obvious reason and an aggressive Terrier whose leg seems broken yet is normal according to his x-ray. If that weren't enough, Dr. Pol must also attend to several emergency farm calls.
Up Sheep's Creek+
In the third episode, we follow Dr. Pol and son Charles on a farm call to test sheep for OPP - Ovine Progressive Pneumonia - a procedure that requires the not-so-in-shape Charles to wrangle and wrestle the fleet-footed sheep so his father can collect blood samples. At another farm, Dr. Pol impresses Charles with his strength and energy as he performs pregnancy checks on an ornery herd of 59 heifers.
Got Your Goat+
In the fourth episode, Dr. Pol and his colleague Dr. Brenda have their hands full with a variety of cases and several emergencies. Dr. Pol's schedule is filled with dog owners with very sick pets, including a frail puppy mill puppy; a dog with symptoms of the deadly virus Parvo; a beloved family dog with a chronic case of mange; and a French Bulldog who arrives at the clinic in critical condition after being hit by a car. Dr. Pol also treats farm animals, including a Boer goat who's lost weight after refusing to eat and a baby goat who may be blind after being kicked in the head by a horse. Dr. Brenda's cases include a show lamb with a rectal...