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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 and her daughters examine their pet pug. They also troubleshoot what's ailing a lame baby musk ox and bond with a dangerous wolf.
Dr. Oakley and her daughters rush to save a canine who's ingested pills, then team up with Dr. Doyle to operate on a horse with a nasty leg infection.
Dr. Oakley fights to save a newborn reindeer calf and performs a miraculous surgery on a canine burn victim.
Dr. Oakley treats walking and breathing issues for a horse, tries to save a fox in peril, and performs surgery on a puppy.
Dr. Oakley preg-checks twelve cattle then races to diagnose a sick German Shepherd, while Sierra ponders if she'll follow in her mother's footsteps.
Dr. Oakley helps a horse with a strange lump and deals with a bull that's losing weight.
Dr. Oakley travels to a remote village to treat the local dogs and investigates what's ailing reindeer at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center.
Dr. Oakley investigates a cat's seizures; gets hands on with a reindeer's antler; and tries to remove an odd lump from a French bulldog.
Dr. Oakley and Sierra help all the animals affected by the devastating Australian wildfires, including kangaroos and koalas.
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