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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.
Dr. Oakley sees a wolverine with a growing lump on its side and makes a shocking discovery during a reindeer castration.
Dr. Oakley relocates baby musk oxen, faces a puppy emergency and treats a wolf in danger of losing an eye.
Dr. Oakley treats a dangerously thin reindeer, a cat with a heart condition and a fox with dental issues.
Dr. Oakley helps a skinny bison struggling to get food, spays a wolf at the bottom of the pack and sees an old cat missing teeth.
Dr. Oakley helps a deer with a limp and an old horse with a dental issue. She also sees a musk ox for a checkup.
Dr. Oakley helps a dog that was attacked while protecting its owner and a guinea pig with raspy breathing. She also sees a lynx with deformed legs.
Dr. Oakley helps an alpaca with an eye injury, a horse with a colic emergency and a dangerously emaciated dog.
Dr. Oakley diagnoses a mass on a horse, uncovers a surprise during a lynx's checkup, and treats a dachshund with a skin issue.
Dr. Oakley helps a young reindeer with broken antlers, a dog with severely burned paws and a cow with an obstructed udder.
Dr. Oakley treats a sneezing mink, a gravely ill lovebird, and takes part in a moose calf release.
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