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From wounded pelicans to horses in jeopardy, the inspectors and veterinarians of Australia's RSPCA do everything they can to save the day. Featuring extraordinary stories of courage and humanity, Animal Rescue is animal drama as you've never seen before. Animal Rescue is a Nature series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (13 episodes). The series first aired on December 31, 1969.

Animal Rescue is available for streaming on the Janson Media website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Animal Rescue on demand at Amazon Prime online.

Janson Media
5 Seasons, 13 Episodes
December 31, 1969
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Animal Rescue Full Episode Guide

  • A man in West Cork struggles to conserve whales and dolphins, and a rescuer in Kildare takes on the plight of the battery hen.

  • The volunteers must rescue an abandoned horse in West Dublin, and four goats need urgent attention in County Offaly.

  • Inspector Karen Lyons must deal with an abusive animal hoarder.

  • A horse seizure in Wicklow opens up an intriguing abuse case, and six baby hares face an emotional welfare challenge.

  • The ISPCA find an illegal puppy operation, reptile rescuer James Hennessy helps an abandoned dragon and a chick rescue puts stress on Dan Donaher.

  • An abandoned Shetland pony turns up in Donegal, and rescued exotic pets need urgent medical attention.

  • ISPCA Chief Inspector Conor Dowling and a host of rescuers pull hundreds of dogs out of a horrifying puppy farm.

  • Presented with graphic scenes of dog and horse abuse, Chief Inspector Conor Dowling faces the most challenging rescue of his career.

  • A falcon fights for its life, Michael takes a call to round up goats and volunteers discover a monster rat in Kildare.

  • ISPCA receives a tip-off about a maltreated pony and donkey, and a sick seal pup fights for its life.

  • ISPCA discovers nine dogs confined in an old shed, and the Kildare Animal Foundation struggles with a feisty badger.

  • The ISPCA receives an urgent call about a starving mare and her foal, the team does dangerous conservation work on Rockabill Island and an otter gives rescuers trouble in Kilkenny.

  • A boxer dog missing for several weeks is found living in a storm water canal. After a difficult chase, inspectors catch the dog and reunite it with its grateful owners. Repeat animal cruelty offenders are given no more chances and their emaciated dogs, some of whose fleas have been treated with sump oil are seized by RSPCA inspectors.