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Dr. Dee: Alaska Vet follows veterinarian Dee Thornell and her team as they treat everything from sled dogs to reindeer. From getting her pilot's license so she can reach patients in the most remote areas, teaching farmers how to castrate pigs, to hosting a marathon spay and neuter clinic in a local laundromat; Dr. Dee will do whatever it takes to care for Alaska's animals.

Dr. Dee Alaska Vet is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (18 episodes). The series first aired on November 7, 2015.

Where do I stream Dr. Dee Alaska Vet online? Dr. Dee Alaska Vet is available for streaming on Animal Planet, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Dr. Dee Alaska Vet on demand at Amazon, Hulu, Animal Planet, Google Play, iTunes online.

Animal Planet
2 Seasons, 18 Episodes
November 7, 2015
Action & Adventure, Reality
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Dr. Dee Alaska Vet Full Episode Guide

  • Dr. Dee returns to Ruby for a remote clinic. At Animal House, Dr. Dee treats a malnourished bunny and tackles a border collie puppy with a congenital issue and a rescued cat who may have an incurable disease called feline immunodeficiency virus.

  • Dr. Dee performs an operation on a canine for three-hours straight to save its life; diagnosis is altered on a dog with seizures; Dr. Dee and Ken visit Yakutat, Alaska where they haven't had a veterinarian in two years.

  • Dr. Dee and her husband Ken respond to an emergency, flying to rescue six baby owls whose parents were killed by an eagle. At Animal house, Dr. Dee's dog becomes a blood donor for a lab with an auto-immune disease, and a cat undergoes stem cell therapy.

  • Dee visits a remote clinic in Healy and finds out a dog she's spaying has tumors. Meanwhile, a bull is prepped for breeding season; and Terry administers shots to six kitties.

  • Dee's mother tags along for a flight to a remote clinic in Manley Hot Springs. Back in Fairbanks, a Rottweiler may have bone cancer, and a rabbit has a horrible abscess, but it's smiles on everyone when some Saint Bernard puppies arrive.

  • Dee heads to a ranch to care for a pack horse that has a reputation for kicking. Meanwhile, Terry and Nicole run a remote clinic in Arctic Village; and back in Fairbanks, a dog has a growth that may be cancerous.

  • Animal House gets busy as Dr. Dee must care for a Chihuahua with a life-threatening malady, trim the beak of a vocal Macaw, and handle a gravely ill newborn calf; Dr. Dee and Ken bring in seven fainting goats to the family at home.

  • Dr. Dee and Ken visit Eagle, Alaska, to hold a vet clinic; a dog that suffered a terrible attack needs an emergency operation; Dr. Dee ponders a lovesick turtle mystery; checking a rancher's cows for pregnancy.

  • Dee opens a fund-raiser for a no-kill shelter in Fairbanks with a pet-tricks competition. In the meantime, a potbellied pig receives an operation; and Dee's friend has a stallion with a potentially life-endangering tumor.

  • Dee and her spouse, Ken, run a clinic in a remote town with a population of 107. Back in Fairbanks, an Akita is treated for a possible gunshot injury.

  • Dr. Dee swaps roles as she takes her own dog to a specialist in Anchorage for eye surgery. There, she reconnects with her step-daughter to check on a barrel racing horse. Meanwhile, a remote clinic takes a turn for the worse for Dr. Terry and Nicole.

  • Dr. Dee and her team attempt to accomplish the extraordinary as they helicopter rescue a wounded horse from the wilderness! Dr. Dee also cares for a Husky mix hit by a truck and trailer, and investigates the cause of a bearded dragon's long slumber.

  • Dr. Dee takes care of her mother while manning her busy clinic where the vet performs emergency surgery on a Yorkie puppy. She rescues puppies from remote villages in the hopes of finding them homes, and Dr. Terry fights to save one of Santa's reindeer.

  • Dr. Dee examines a large horse for a potentially deadly problem and treats a feisty miniature horse. She also teaches a new pig farmer how to castrate piglets. Dr. Terry brings a surrendered dog back to Fairbanks in the hopes of finding a forever home.

  • Dr. Dee checks the health of a black bear who just woke from hibernation. But that was the easy part! A routine cattle castration turns dangerous. And a local radio station teams up with Dr. Dee to find a home for a special-needs dog.

  • Dr. Dee flies to a remote village in Ruby, Alaska, to do a marathon spay and neuter clinic at a laundromat. At one of the largest cattle ranches in the state, Dr. Dee fights to deliver a calf struggling to be born.

  • Dr. Dee embarks on her first cross-country flight as a new pilot to treat animals in the Arctic Circle. She also cares for an aging, beloved Border Collie and a disabled Siberian husky with a fighting spirit.