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Dr. Susan Kelleher owns and operates one of the busiest exotic animal care practices located in South Florida, Broward Avian and Exotics Animal Hospital. "Everything but dogs and cats. If it will fit through the door, I'll treat it!" is Dr. K's motto. And through the door they come. Rabbits, reptiles and birds of all shapes and sizes, foxes, ferrets, fish, marsupials, and even primates all on Dr. K's Exotic Animal ER.
Dr. K helps a bunny with a bad eye and a bleeding Sumo Dragon. Later, she treats a macaw with a mass and a marmoset going into premature labor.
Dr. K figures out why a giant rabbit is lethargic and helps a yellow-naped Amazon suffering from infection and arthritis, an anemic hawk and a wobbly hedgehog.
Dr. K sees a monkey and a guinea pig whilst Dr. G looks after a tortoise attacked by a dog.
A couple of injured parrots and an emaciated ferret make it a busy day at Dr. K's.
The clinic sees a 35-year-old Amazon parrot with a growth on his leg and a history of its heart stopping under anesthesia, and a rare albino ball python with a respiratory infection.
The clinic gets a few complicated cases, including a marmoset, a rabbit and wolf.
A 35-year-old Amazon parrot has a growth on his leg and a history of its heart stopping under anesthesia. Dr. K needs to sedate this little bird to investigate further, but must balance that with the risk of the bird's heart stopping again.
Pixel, a dwarf rabbit, is brought in by her owners because she is very bloated. Meanwhile, Webster, a blue and gold macaw, comes in with an eye problem.
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