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As the title suggests, the title character, Dr. Susan Kelleher, treats animals much more exotic than the typical dog or cat. Examples of animals Dr. K treats includes foxes, turtles, pigs, tropical birds, snakes, lemurs, hedge hogs, and black footed ferrets. Dr. K's Exotic Animal ER is a series that is currently running and has 9 seasons (84 episodes). The series first aired on October 4, 2014.

Where do I stream Dr. K's Exotic Animal ER online? Dr. K's Exotic Animal ER is available for streaming on NAT GEO WILD, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Dr. K's Exotic Animal ER on demand at Amazon, Hulu, National Geographic, Vudu, FuboTV, Sling, Google Play, iTunes online.

Saturday 10:00 PM et/pt on NAT GEO WILD
9 Seasons, 84 Episodes
October 4, 2014
Nature Documentary & Biography Kids & Family
7.9/10
Cast: Josh Goodman, Susan Kelleher, Lauren Thielen
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Dr. K's Exotic Animal ER Full Episode Guide

  • A parakeet narrowly escapes a cat attack; a pot-bellied pig has a mysterious limp; a newborn bunny fights for its life.

  • A duck is rushed in after being shot; a pig in labor needs immediate attention; and an aging turtle has shell issues.

  • A pretty pig gets a piggy spa day from Dr. Pardini, while Dobby, a very sick ferret who hasn't been eating for two weeks, rushes in to see Dr. K.

  • An adorable baby wallaby visits the clinic and charms the entire staff. Dr. K also treats a 12-year-old bunny for a broken leg.

  • Hercules the tortoise is critically ill; Shakira the chicken has a limp.

  • Recalling great Dr. T moments before she heads off to her new job in Texas.

  • Two baby tortoises have their very first visit to the doctor.

  • A potbellied pig throws a temper tantrum while it gets a nail trim.

  • A chicken with a severe neck wound needs emergency care.

  • Dr. K takes care of a tamarin that was injured playing with the family dog.

  • An unresponsive ferret is rushed into the clinic for emergency care, a bunny comes in with a suspicious, bleeding mass on his leg and a water dragon hasn't been eating and has dark spots on her belly.

  • An emotional support goat is showing signs of pneumonia while Princess Peach the hedgehog needs a check-up and a mani-pedi!