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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 8 seasons (78 episodes). The series first aired on October 4, 2014.

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Saturday 10:00 PM et/pt on NAT GEO WILD
8 Seasons, 78 Episodes
October 4, 2014
Nature, Documentary & Biography, Kids & Family
7.9/10
Cast: Susan Kelleher, Lauren Thielen
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Dr. K's Exotic Animal ER Full Episode Guide

  • 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!

  • It's a week of ups and downs when Paco, a sun conure, has a giant egg that won't come out, and Pepe, a kinkajou, has burns on his tail and back paws.It's a week of ups and downs when Paco, a sun conure, has a giant egg that won't come out, and Pepe, a kinkajou, has burns on his tail and back paws.

  • Unusual cases keep Dr. K and her team on their toes; Adeline, a potbellied pig scares everyone when she has a sudden seizure.

  • Lucy the bunny comes in for a growth on her chin, but Dr. K discovers a bigger problem.

  • Dr. K works to save Mifi, a 4-month-old baby rabbit with a large mass in his stomach.

  • A tegu has tummy trouble, a cockatiel's check-up turns out to be anything but routine, and an arctic fox has a mysterious illness.

  • Snowball, a three-year-old pine snake, has stopped laying her eggs, and Dr. K. will do whatever it takes to save her.

  • A small ferret has a big problem, a bunny's injured foot takes an unexpected turn, and a feather-plucking cockatoo has an attitude.

  • It's a day of mystery at Dr. K's clinic as a bearded dragon suffers a mysterious illness and a swan with a drooping wing worries Dr. T.

  • The team rushes to save a prairie dog with a life-threatening infection and perform emergency surgery on a bunny with an obstruction.

  • Dr. K treats Buddy, a baby skunk with a bloated belly.

  • Dr. K helps Marshmallow who is hard up in breathing.