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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.
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.
The Pol Clinic vets are up to their coverall collars in clients and the new vet, Dr. Emily, can’t start soon enough as Dr. Pol juggles cases that send him out to help 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 certainly has a lot on his plate when a pit-bull is in for emergency surgery, a pair of pups run into a prickly porcupine, and Smoke the pet pig, is attacked; but Charles may have bitten off more than he can chew when he decides to enter the annual pancake eating contest.
Popeye the therapy rabbit comes into Pol Clinic with overgrown teeth but leaves with a couple of dates when his owner, Jodi, of nearby Hopewell Therapeutic Ranch persuades Dr. Pol to donate dinner with himself and Diane for her organization’s auction fundraiser!
A pup with eye problems, a bird with a busted beak, and a trio of possibly pregnant alpacas start the day, but emergency after emergency keeps the entire clinic hopping well into the night on one frantic Friday.
While the Pol clinic is packed to the gills with a mini-pig, giant bunny, pregnant dog, and a busted hen; the Pol’s own family of animals is about to add one more pooch to the pack.
It’s all dogs, all day this week at Pol Veterinary Services! Dogs are an incredibly important part of the Pols’ lives, as both personal pets and clients. From unclaimed strays to nosy farm dogs, there’s no pup Dr. Pol and crew won’t treat.
A swift kick from a horse forces Charles to sit out farm calls, so it’s up to Diane to fill his coveralls.