Next Episode of Animal ER is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Animal ER follows exotic animals like bighorn sheep, porcupine, falcons, and seals to the more domestic like dogs, cats, and parakeets from the moment their owners rush them into the ER, throughout the diagnosis, surgery, and treatment, up until the moment they go home. With their state of the art surgery suite, complete with 5 operating rooms, Dr. Beale and his team of experts will face critical treatments of all kinds around the clock.
At Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists, the top veterinarians in Texas treat Judge, a blind Labrador; Pru, a Great Dane service dog with spinal cord inflammation; Ace, an Asian leopard with skin irritation around his eyes and ears; a 4-month-old bulldog puppy with bladder issues; and Bagwell, a rescued Chihuahua with a broken back that is unable to walk.
At Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists, the top veterinarians in Texas treat Raisin, a Catahoula dog with a severely broken and infected leg; Constantino the Siamese cat with a fractured hip joint; an Angora rabbit named Gandalf with a bulging eye problem; Toby, a Maltese that has lost the ability to walk; and Zuri, an African serval cat suffering from pancreatitis.
The vets treat a dog named Savannah, who is brought in because her owners think she may have something fishy stuck in her stomach.
The top veterinarians in Texas treat a Yorkie that swallowed a sewing needle, a kitten with injuries to its teeth, jaw, and eye after a dog attack, a king penguin with a swollen ankle, a Swedish Vallhund with excessive thirst and urination, and a West Highland White Terrier with skin allergies.
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