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Throughout a career in which he has helped some 19,000 patients, veterinarian Dr. Jan Pol has gained a wealth of experience. While large farm animals are the crux of his speciality, the doctor and the staff at his Beal City, Mich., office work with beasts of all shapes and sizes, and he gives owners sensible advice about caring for their animals. His unstoppable and unflappable work ethic has made him a legendary figure in his community and profession!
When Diane serves as Dr. Pol's assistant for the day, she ends up not being a fan of the job.
Ailing cows and sheep need medical attention; a mare and a terrier mix are in need of prenatal care.
Dogs that need help include an injured Boston terrier, a chocolate lab that has trouble walking, a terrier mix with a needle in its mouth, and a pregnant yorkie.
An injured Chihuahua; a Great Dane puppy is found close to death; two stray dogs are given medical care.
The doctors are busy with a large rabbit, a miniature pig and a Great Dane.
Dr. Pol, Charles and Brenda go out on the road while work is done on the office; a miniature donkey and cows need medical attention.
Diane and Charles look for a new office assistant; Dr. Pol investigates a genetic mutation that threatens the Filhart's herd; it's touch and go with an elderly retriever; the staff welcome their newest vet tech.
A series of emergencies has Dr. Pol running all over the county; Robert the rabbit pays a visit to the office.
A goat has a serious infection; a heifer needs to be de-horned; a miniature donkey is being aggressive; an injured cow needs attention; a chicken is under the weather.
A Yorkshire terrier's condition goes from bad to worse; an injured duck needs immediate attention.
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