Things are busy at Dr. K’s animal hospital. This week, desert tortoise needs life-saving surgery to remove a bladder stone. Also, the vets treat a male prairie dog that is rushed in with serious complications, and a beloved bunny has a major issue with his anesthesia.
It’s a busy day at the clinic. Abu, a newborn owl monkey, comes in to see Dr. K because his fingers are swollen due to getting his mother’s hair tightly wound around them. Next, Little Girl, an opossum, comes in because her owners are concerned about her inflamed anal glands. Wyla, a female Coyote, is a four-month-old rescue and is at the clinic for a wellness exam.
Tonga the Lemur comes into the clinic to be spayed. Tonga’s owner, Nina, is worried as Tonga’s behavior has become increasingly aggressive. Later, Stinks, a young rabbit, arrives for a CT scan on his eye and Koi, the Koi fish comes in to see Dr. K because he has a sizable mass on his face that has been growing for a few months.
A pet squirrel travels hundreds of miles especially to see Dr. K. The squirrel’s owner has noticed dramatic weight loss in his beloved pet, and Dr. K is determined to get to the bottom of the medical mystery. Then, vet tech Dyanne's own bunny needs help with his eye. Is Dr. T able to save the bunny’s eye before it’s too late? Finally, a goat is rushed in on an emergency for having swollen udders.
A rabbit named Oreo is flown in for care at Dr. K's. After running initial tests, Oreo's blood work shows that he is in severe kidney failure. Then, a chicken named Shakira comes in to see Dr. T who has an egg inside of her that is not passing. Later, Dr. K sees a macaw with a broken wing and a bearded dragon is rushed in as an emergency.
It's the beginning of the week at Dr. K's clinic when a pet rat and a bird are brought in and seen by Dr. T. Then, Dr. K diagnoses a pig with obesity, and rushes her to get tests done. Finally, Hubble, a crested gecko, comes rushing into the clinic after being attacked by the family dog. The owner is extremely upset as Hubble looks close to death.
Some graphic moments in veterinarian reality.
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