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With 100,000 patients, Dr. Pol has seen it all. Specializing in large farm animals, this senior is anything but retiring as he takes an old school, no-nonsense approach to veterinary medicine. Unflappable and unstoppable, this Doc routinely puts in 14-hour days and is a legend in the community. In this series, we travel with Dr. Pol across rural Michigan to care for every family pet and head of livestock in need of his expertise.
It's the dead of winter but the arctic temperatures won't stop clients from going to the Pol Veterinary Clinic.
The elements have never stopped the staff at Pol Veterinary Services from working their tails off — not even lots of snow and ice! They are in the midst of one of Michigan's toughest winters, but the team won't let the frigid temperatures slow them down. The clinic receives a call about an agitated cow at a nearby farm. The situation is not looking good for the cow, who recently birthed a calf. Will she even let Dr. Pol close enough to help her?
Central Michigan is in the throes of yet another brutal winter, but the staff of Pol Veterinary Services remain undeterred — no matter the conditions, there are sick animals that need care, and these are just the vets for the job. The deep freeze of late winter has everyone feeling uncomfortable — but Dr. Pol won't let the temperatures stop him from taking on a new home improvement project.
Dr. Pol is partially colorblind, so when Charles hears of a new technological breakthrough, he decides it's time to give his dad the greatest gift of all - the gift of color.
A tough winter has finally broken in Michigan, and local animals are abuzz in the warmer weather. Meanwhile, Charles has spent the week preparing for his latest project — beekeeping!
After working hard throughout her pregnancy, it's just about time for Dr. Emily's maternity leave – but not before Dr. Pol and crew treat a slew of young animals.
The gloomy weather doesn't stop the crew from taking on a range of unique cases, including testy bulls, coughing pigs and wobbly reindeer. Once their work is finished, Dr. Pol and Diane take a little trip to Holland, Michigan. Reminiscent of Dr. Pol's home country where the two once lived together, Jan and Diane enjoy a day holding hands and laughing over the bright tulips.
Unplanned pregnancies, long labors, mystery symptoms and power outages — the vets at Pol Veterinary Services have their hands full! While it's raining cats and dogs outside, the cats and dogs inside need help — even without lights and computers. With a little assistance from Dr. Pol and a lot of hard work from the staff, business carries on at the clinic.
The clinic gets cases of sick and injured pups. But with Dr. Pol's help, these dogs will be back to chasing their tails in no time!
Early springtime in Michigan means mothers, including Diane Pol, are being celebrated across the state! From a cow's dangerous breech birth to a very pregnant mare who escapes, the clinic will rest at nothing to nurture moms and their youngsters during this magical time of year.
Dr. Jan Pol(Dr. Jan Pol)
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