"Fear The Walking Dead" actress Mercedes Mason argues about turtles; Joey Diaz showers with a cat, and Mutual of Omaha's Stephanie Arne pushes the cute meter with baby otters AND a sloth.
Game Wardens beef up patrols for the short pronghorn season. A deer needs to be captured and relocated from an industrial site, and an injured hawk is rushed to a rehabber. Near Port Aransas, Game Wardens check duck hunters on the bay.
Officers Adam Cheney and Geoff Pushee run into an aggressive and angry hunter while investigating a road hunting complaint. In Whitefield, officers Glen Lucas and Matt Holmes race to find an elderly man with dementia who’s gone missing in the swamp.
Mark Smith and Ruthie Jesus seize two huskies who have been tied up and left without water in the heat while investigators Ruthie and Kelly Mallon climb onto a roof, which is over 150 degrees Fahrenheit, to save the lives of four kittens.
The birth of a little blue penguin causes a sensation at the Bronx Zoo. The veterinary team scrambles to figure out what is wrong with Snowball, a beloved snow leopard. And the exhibits team designs a home for the newly arrived blue iguana.
Dr Jeff must act fast to save a bulldog after a life-threatening accident. When devastating floods hit Louisiana, Dr. Jeff sends vet tech Hector to rescue pets left homeless in the disaster. And Dr. Don operates on a cat with a bad habit.
"Justified" actor Walton Goggins describes animals under the sea and scuba diving with his wife; "Two Broke Girls" actor Jonathan Kite impersonates a cat and a celebrity at the same time, and Dave Salmoni shows Anthony an alligator.
It's dove season in Texas, the start of hunting season. In Beaumont, road hunters get an early start on deer season during a decoy sting. Near Texarkana, a rogue gator is lassoed. On the Gulf Coast, undersized angling means citations.
Officers Bill Boudreau and Eric Hannett investigate a man raising alligators in the attic of his home. As night falls over the White Mountains, Officers Glen Lucas and Eric Fluette ascend into the darkness to rescue a lost group of hikers.
The Arizona Humane Society Field Dispatch Team rescues a mother and nine puppies from a storm drain. A neglected dog with a bad leg injury is rescued and three kittens and their mother are found and get a lifesaving operation.
The Zoo's huge male sea lion is in rut, and staff need to move the young males before he becomes territorial. The vet team come up with an ingenious solution to repair Dinky the Flamingo's broken ankle. And feeding a rock python proves challenging.
Dr Jeff battles to fix a German Shepherd's broken elbow and get him back to his worried owner, a disabled war veteran. A cat with a swollen bladder, needs difficult surgery to save its life. And Dr Baier and Hector head to an exotic bird sanctuary.
"Casual" Actress Michaela Watkins gives animals new names; comedian Nicole Sullivan tells cat tales, and Anthony voluntarily gets attacked by a trained security dog.
Texas Game Wardens are busy enforcing fish and game law. An injured bald eagle needs medical attention. Game Wardens go undercover to catch someone selling illegal alligator parts. A tip leads to an angler with multiple undersized fish.
Officer Glen Lucas intervenes when a black bear cub gets separated from its mother and wreaks havoc on a small community. As heavy rains cause rivers to flood, Officer Eric Fluette races to rescue a man whose canoe has flipped in the rapids.
As summer arrives temperatures soar above 100 degrees the elite team rescue an underweight Rottweiler chained out in the blazing sun. The search is on for kittens trapped under roof tiles. A dog attacked by coyotes fights for its life.
Jackson enters the Santé D'or shelter with the intention of helping an over-aggressive shelter cat, Pig Pen. However, by the time he leaves, Jackson is ready to take on the challenge of converting Santé D'or into a new shelter concept.
Houston welcomes veterinarians Dr. Blue, Dr. Ross and Dr. Lavigne, who have their hands full with everything from risky surgeries to diagnosing sick chameleons. A car accident brings the practice to a halt as one of the doctors faces a long recovery.
The future of the American Bison depends on a high-stakes race across the country. The reptile staff have their hands full with a diamond rattlesnake that needs to be medicated orally. And a pair of cheetahs are trained to walk the grounds.
A tomistoma, a freshwater crocodilian, stops laying eggs and a team of keepers scrambles to treat her. The veterinary team has to rescue a baby antelope that isn't getting the care it needs from its mother. And Mert the Goose takes a field trip.
Two adorable tiger cubs have outgrown their keepers and need to move to the adult exhibit. A silverback gorilla receives pioneering treatment to curb his worsening eyesight. And a passionate keeper plays matchmaker to a peculiar pair of birds.
Jerry and Anthony hatch a "Kangaroo Jack" reunion; "The Real" host Loni Love brings pictures of her unique animal hat, and a hawk takes its time deciding what to do on Anthony's arm.
Follow Tia Torres, founder of Villalobos Rescue Center, and her family as they rehabilitate both felons and ill-reputed pit bulls who come together to rescue one another from their dim pasts, and bring new meaning to life.
Renowned bear handler Jeff Watson says goodbye to his family and friends and sets out on an adventure into the wilderness of Southern Indiana to teach his two 700 lb. grizzly bears Bob and Screech how to survive on their own in the wild. All-new series premieres Nov. 12 at 10/9C.
Dr. Dee: Alaska Vet follows veterinarian Dee Thornell as she treats everything from sled dogs to reindeer. Dr. Dee and her staff handle extreme cases and unique clients in the Alaskan frontier.
We follow three vets and their families as they begin new lives and careers in Houston. It's a big move to a big sate, but they dream big, and they're determined to make this work -- for their families, and for the animals of Houston.
There's no such thing as "a regular day" at Denver's Planned Pethood Plus veterinary clinic. For 80,000-plus clients and their pets, the clinic and its maverick vet Dr. Jeff Young represent one last hope, and possibly the difference, between life and death.
Highlighting both the controversial whaling trade and the tactics that Sea Shepherd and its staff and volunteers use to attempt to cripple it, Whale Wars documents the group's three-month sojourn across the icy Antarctic waters at the far end of the globe.
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