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In the frozen Yukon Territory in Northern Canada, you've got to be hearty and tough. You've got to expect solitude across frigid, remote landscapes with freezing temperatures, but even in the desolate wilderness you need a vet to help your ailing wiener dog. Enter Dr. Oakley, Yukon Vet, that follows the experienced Dr. Michelle Oakley, veterinarian, as she makes house calls across thousands of square miles in the Yukon. Helping many species of animals, including an angry muskox, a caribou with a tumor, a defensive mama lynx, and a grey owl with an amputated wing. Accompanied by her teenage daughters and armed with humor as sharp as a scalpel, Dr. Oakley deftly juggles being a full-time veterinarian, wife and mom while taking us into the isolated regions of the Yukon.
In the days leading up to Dr. Michelle Oakley's work at a Yukon sled dog race, she handles a variety of patients, including some very fast sled dogs. On race day Michelle plunges in, examining a long stream of athletic dogs.
The Quebec caribou population is on the brink of extirpation, and veterinarian Michelle Oakley flies in to help save it.
Tragedy strikes the Oakleys' own backyard when a coyote attack puts Willow's goat in critical condition.
Pregnancy checks, baby animals and mud bogging, mean one thing to veterinarian Michelle Oakley'spring has sprung in the Yukon!
As spring arrives, the animals of the Yukon are becoming more active. Dr. Oakley is on the move too, heading to treat juvenile eagles with debilitating burns.
Winter weather in the Yukon has come, and the cold temperature brings in some serious work for Yukon veterinarian Michelle Oakley.
This week Dr. Oakley is tasked with performing a risky surgery on a reindeer that may not make it through the winter.
It's the end of the summer in the Yukon, time for many animals to go into rut. However, a few animals of Dr. Oakley's are a little slow to start the process.
Dr. Oakley works in some of the most remote areas of the Yukon, But this time, she's headed to the big city — Anchorage, Alaska with her daughters..
Michelle is squaring off with masses of animals to track down her patients — starting with a herd of precious bison in Alaska.
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