The Incredible Dr. Pol
Friday 9 September 18:45 CAT
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Hocus Pol-Cus (Season 10)
All Vets on Deck+
At PVS, teamwork makes the dream work. Whether they’re assisting cow births or plucking porcupine quills from man’s best friend, these vets are always working hand in hand. Learning from and leaning on each other along the way, there’s no problem this team of aces can’t solve. Vets that spay together, stay together!Next ShowingMonday 5 September at 16:30 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Pol No Punches+
From kicking cranky cows to clawing chaotic cats, animal care can be a risky business. But for the vets at Pol Veterinary Services, neither spit nor kicks nor claws can slow them down. Handling everything from a fiery alpaca to a disoriented horse, this team is ready to doge anything that might be thrown at them, literally!Next ShowingMonday 12 September at 16:30 CATOn National Geographic WILD
New Kid On The Farm+
The only thing Pol Veterinary Services loves more than animals are kids. Armed with the right tools, children can become the best type of clients: loving and responsible pet owners! Whether they’re raising animals for 4H or sitting in on a veterinary case, these kids are well on their way to become the pet owners PVS knows they can be.Next ShowingMonday 19 September at 16:30 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Bleating the Odds+
The staff at Pol Vet Services have just about seen it all but there are still some clients that truly beat the odds. Death-defying and resilient to their core, these Miracles Pets inspire Dr. Pol and his team to never give up! Patience, persistence, and a little luck are at play when it comes to these miraculous recoveries. But for this staff, it’s all in a day’s work!
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.Next ShowingMonday 22 August at 16:30 CATOn National Geographic WILD
It's Friday the 13th, and the vets are fully equipped to handle the odd and unusual cases that arrive.Next ShowingTuesday 23 August 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.Next ShowingThursday 25 August at 16:30 CATOn National Geographic WILD
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 ShowingFriday 26 August 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 ShowingMonday 29 August 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 ShowingTuesday 30 August at 16:25 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 ShowingWednesday 31 August at 16:25 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!Next ShowingThursday 1 September at 16:30 CATOn National Geographic WILD
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 ShowingFriday 2 September 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.
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 ShowingWednesday 7 September 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.Next ShowingThursday 8 September at 16:25 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Lights, Camel, Action+
Pol Veterinary Services adapts to the challenges of the COVID pandemic while continuing to provide quality care.Next ShowingFriday 9 September at 16:30 CATOn National Geographic WILD
Sticks And Stone+
The vets at Pol Veterinary Services deal with large animals with massive injuries.
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 ShowingTuesday 13 September at 16:30 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 ShowingWednesday 14 September 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.Next ShowingThursday 15 September 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 ShowingWednesday 24 August 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 ShowingTuesday 6 September at 16:30 CATOn National Geographic WILD
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.Next ShowingSunday 4 September at 17:10 CATOn National Geographic WILDNext ShowingMonday 5 September at 02:55 CATOn National Geographic WILD
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.Next ShowingSunday 4 September at 16:25 CATOn National Geographic WILDNext ShowingMonday 5 September at 02:05 CATOn National Geographic WILD
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...
Poodles & Company+
Infections, injuries, ingestions and more are affecting all kinds of clients at Pol Veterinary Services from dogs to cats to cows to… a kangaroo?! On this episode, Doc quells the swelling on a fainting goat, investigates an ailing turkey, and clears up the lungs on a playful bulldog. From helping a herniated horse to moisturizing a mischievous mouse, the vets are in for a wild week.
Cold Your Horses+
It’s a real dog and pony show at Pol Vet! Doc assists a young mare in an emergency foaling and Dr. Lisa treats a Great Dane with a swollen face. Goats with coccidia fight for their lives and a stray cat fights treatment. A cat is full of gas; a pig has lost his potbelly. A Black Lab is brought in with a stinker of a problem. Rowdy angus cattle get pregnancy checks and winter arrives in Michigan.
Game of Bones+
When the temperature drops, caseloads rise, and Pol Veterinary Services gets slammed with flurries and furries. After hours, Dr. Lisa fights to save Pearl’s mangled leg. The sweet Lab’s housemate is rushed to the clinic days later with labor complications! Fair pigs and a fair guinea pig receive much-needed TLC, and Dr. Pol and Dr. Brenda treat double-cow trouble at a nearby dairy.
The Chester-Shire Calf+
From fights and falls to geckos and goats, Doc and the vets save the day! A pig with a prolapse, a plethora of puppies, and an adorable vet-to-be keep things rolling. Dr. Pol mends a Dachshund after a vicious fight with another dog, Dr. Lisa assists in an emergency twin goat kidding, and Dr. Nicole removes a painful nail from a horse’s hoof. Meanwhile, the Pol family gets some exciting baby news.
Twenty, Twenty, Twenty Four Puppies to Go!+
Puppies have overrun the clinic! Six litters of playful pups are given checkups. Teddy the puppy has a mysterious ailment. Dr. Lisa works to save a cat’s leg. A rat named Simba is seen by Dr. Nicole for a head tilt and Dr. Pol and Dr. Brenda help two local farms get their animals ready for breeding. The Docs at Pol Veterinary Service never stop!
New Pol on The Block+
Pol Veterinary Services takes on another exciting season of breeding, births, and babies! From a mini chiweenie with mega pups to a cat joining the tripod club to a cow’s rare birth defect; the team at PVS does it all. Things become even busier as the Pol family welcomes another exciting bundle of joy.
Another Day Another Collar+
It’s the dog days of winter and the pups keep piling into the clinic. Busted legs, bulbous cysts, and overgrown nails fill the docs’ doggy docket. Dr. Pol faces a family of farm animals, an evasive Angus, and a fearsome Chihuahua. Meanwhile, the PVS Vets run tests on reindeer, hightail it to a hypothermic horse, and care for a constipated cat. From limps to lumps, the docs are ready for anything.
Lilo and Stitches+
During the frigid Michigan winter, cases ranging from simple procedures to horribly injured limbs sweep Pol Veterinary Services. Dr. Pol and the PVS vets bring their splints, glue, sutures, and expertise to treat their wide variety of patients.
Toe the Swine+
From lumps and bumps to geckos and goats, Doc and the vets treat ‘em all! A dog comes in with a large growth in his mouth needing immediate attention while Dr. Lisa tangles with a family of sassy highlander cows. Dr. Pol gives a reluctant pig his first hoof and tusk trim and treats a 200-pound great Dane that may have a failing heart.
Goat Get 'em+
Urgent field calls test the PVS vets’ resourcefulness as Dr. Pol races to save a cow battling mysterious tremors, Dr. Lisa draws on her sheep wrangling experience to work on an ornery patient and Dr. Brenda treats a cow after a difficult calving. At the clinic, a goose surprises its owner with a gender reveal surprise, a beagle has trouble walking and a cat walks with a mysterious limp.
Cat Scratch Fleaver+
Guinea pigs, tortoises, mares, and cows! From the largest to the smallest, it’s a never-ending parade of patients at PVS! Doc treats a duck in distress while time is of the essence when a mare experiences choke. Charles and Abigail stop by with a pet of their own. Dr. Nicole examines an Eskie who had a run-in with a 4-wheeler and Lisa makes heroic efforts to save a cow and her calf.
Flock Around the Clock+
When similar cases create double trouble, Doc Pol and Dr. Lisa are an unstoppable dynamic duo. Together, they help a horse with a mysterious neck lump, and they're up to their paws in a marathon puppy check. Dr. Lisa treats another horse while Dr. Pol assists some ill-feeling fowl friends. Plus, two vets are better than one when back-to-back cases of injured dogs arrive at PVS.
The Fair Necessities+
The Isabella County Fair is in full swing! Doc Pol continues his traditional role as the Unofficial Fair Vet, helping kids keep their farm critters show-ready and healthy for the auction. Charles introduces his toddler daughter to fair highlights. Back at PVS, the team is busy with bellyaches, bee stings, and babies. Plus, Dr. Nicole tends a Shih Tzu's after-hours eye emergency.
The Bark Side+
From ailing hamsters and shaky baby goats to pregnant cows and Great Danes puppies, Dr. Pol and the team come to the rescue for animals of all shapes and sizes! Doc wrestles an 1800-pound cow, Dr. Lisa treats a cat with potential brain damage, and Dr. Nicole mends a feisty Dachshund’s wounds after a vicious dog fight. Dr. Pol takes a break to enjoy 11 adorable Great Dane pups.
The Beagle Has Landed+
When rescue animals are in need, the vets dive into action! A dog’s leg is smashed by a car and needs emergency surgery. A routine puppy check turns into a surprise for Dr. Nicole. Dr. Lisa treats a cow with a huge leg gash and a dog that was the victim of an attack. Dr. Pol handles two dogs with tummy troubles and a mare in stalled labor. A friendly fox and a black swan make visits to the clinic.
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.
Pol Veterinary Services is overrun by puppies who don’t want to take their medicine. Dr. Pol treats three goats and one adorable miniature horse, while Dr. Brenda meets her match in a sassy reindeer. The vets must work overtime to help energetic pit-mix Tater after he eats something mysterious and life-threatening.
On a Wing and a Mare+
Dr. Pol hits the road to treat Louella, a huge sow that’s too ill to feed her 15 piglets. Dr. Lisa assesses a newborn colt’s wobbly gait and stitches up a mare’s leg gash. Then, Dr. Brenda examines a gelding showing signs of a neurological disease. The PVS docs also treat Great Pyrenees pups, fluffy shelter kittens, and both a German shepherd pup and 167-lb. Rottweiler with leg injuries.
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!
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...Next ShowingFriday 9 September at 08:55 CATOn National Geographic WILDNext ShowingFriday 9 September at 12:40 CATOn National Geographic WILD
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.Next ShowingSunday 4 September at 23:00 CATOn National Geographic WILD