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At the Emergency Veterinary Trauma Center in Toronto, one of the busiest animal care facilities in Canada, veterinary professionals work together tirelessly to save the lives of animals in need of urgent medical care.

2 Seasons, 40 Episodes
October 9, 2018
Cast: Ed Nash
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  • Dr. Sharon French heads to the zoo to relieve Rowdy the lion of an infected tooth, and she'll need the assistance of Dr. Regan Williams to get him safely sedated. Will the wild feline sleep deeply for the procedure? Then, Dr. Debbie James hopes she can help a disoriented Shih Tzu named Max, who's having trouble telling which way is up. Later, Tandi the golden retriever seeks sweet relief from her itchy skin. Dr. Stephen Waisglass is clued into a likely culprit after taking some skin samples.

  • When aging kitty Rasky finds herself unable to walk, Dr. Debbie James suspects a spinal cord disease. When X-rays don't reveal the issue, Dr. James sends Rasky for an MRI. Then, adorable goldendoodle puppy Casey needs some stubborn baby teeth removed to prevent complications with her incoming adult teeth. V.E.C. dentist, Dr. Sharon French, recruits the help of Dr. Regan Williams to clear Casey for surgery. Later, a severe blockage in Kiwi the cat's ears have resulted in a multitude of problems for the poor feline. Dr. Steve Waisglass suspects that Kiwi's blockage is hiding something potentially more serious.

  • Luke the puppy limps his way into the V.E.C. where Dr. Devon Boyd discovers that his kneecap isn't staying where it's supposed to. An extensive surgery is Luke's only hope in fixing the issue. Then, an aging golden retriever named Brody has a physical therapy session to soothe his elderly pain. Therapist Dalida hopes the underwater treadmill, massage and acupuncture treatment put Brody at ease. Later, Titan the cat comes under the care of Dr. Dawn Martin for respiratory issues. A CAT scan could reveal a potentially dangerous condition.

  • When little chihuahua Reilly suffers a broken leg after a great fall, Dr. Devon Boyd determines that the only way to put him together again is with surgery. Can Dr. Boyd install such a tiny plate in Reilly's wrist, or are his bones too small to maneuver? Then, Honey the bulldog comes to the V.E.C. looking for relief from the entropion plaguing her eyes. Dr. Heather Gray hopes she can help Honey see things more clearly. Later, the back legs of an aging pup named Sylvester are becoming unresponsive, and neurologist Dr. Debbie James has trouble diagnosing the issue. Is cautionary medication the answer, or will Sylvester need risky spinal surgery?

  • Dr. Devon Boyd and her team operate on Spartacus, a young French bulldog with a broken leg. Then, Timmy the poodle requires anesthesia to undergo a dental procedure. In this case, Dr. Sharon French needs to attend to Timmy's apparent gum disease. Later, an aging chihuahua named Peewee is to be a guest of honor at his owner's destination wedding, but his congestive heart failure and anxiety could keep him grounded from the necessary plane ride.

  • The Season 2 premiere: Burger the dachshund has developed back pain when touched. It's up to Dr. Debbie James to diagnose the problem as soon as possible and get Burger into surgery to prevent paralysis in his hind legs. Meanwhile, Abbie the collie gets referred to dentist Dr. Sharon French to figure out why her gums would be growing over her teeth at such a young age; Dr. French finds that there may be more than one issue. Later, an older ferret named Jet is treated for influenza.

  • Rusty has an elevated heart rate and Begley has a heart murmur.

  • Cats always land on their feet, but after Reine's three-story fall, she'll need some rehabilitation to get her leg back to 100 percent. Meanwhile, an aging kitty named Mambo comes to the VEC with a fluid buildup in his chest. An ultrasound by Dr. Regan Williams could reveal the potentially dangerous culprit. Then, puppy Hershey's baby teeth aren't falling out, which lands him an appointment with Dr. Sharon French.

  • Penny the dachshund's cracked tooth may only be the tip of a deeper issue. VEC dentist Dr. Sharon French wants to remove Penny's abscessed root but may hit a wall if Dr. Regan Williams doesn't clear her for anesthesia. Meanwhile, Bailey the beagle's leg lameness gets examined by Dr. Brendon Ringwood. Later, cocker spaniel Charley experiences dizziness that has him walking into objects. Dr. Debbie James suspects an infection is affecting his nerves, but fears it could be a tumor instead.

  • Young Parsley the cat goes to the VEC when his gums start to flare up, and Dr. Sharon French determines that gingivitis is the culprit. X rays help Dr. French to determine the best path to help Parsley. Then, a Great Dane named Duke is brought back to the VEC after he was found to have an irregular heartbeat. When Dr. Regan Williams discovers several issues in Duke's heart, she'll need the help of Dr. Dawn Martin to come up with a treatment plan.

  • Spencer the poodle has developed an esophageal hernia, meaning his stomach has pushed up into his esophagus. After scoping out the hole in Spencer's esophagus, Dr. Dawn Martin enlists Dr. Brendon Ringwood to help repair the issue with surgery. Meanwhile, Abbie the collie gets referred to dentist Dr. Sharon French to figure out why her gums would be growing over her teeth at such a young age. Upon closer inspection, Dr. French finds that there may be more than one issue.

  • Dr. Sharon French repairs Oreo the cat's mouth and jaw issues after an unfortunate car accident; Dr. Debbie James treats Lulu the Bulldog and a senior pooch named Cedric with mysterious neurological issues.

  • Swallowed coins could be giving Elvira the alligator toxicity leading to restricted jaw mobility; Dr. Ringwood needs to repair the knee of a Lhatese named Gizmo to prevent arthritis; Tandi the Golden Retriever seeks sweet relief from her itchy skin.

  • When a disoriented cat named Willow is brought into the V.E.C., Dr. James fears the worst; deaf Dalmatian Snickers displays chaotic running patterns and seizures; Goldendoodle puppy Casey needs stubborn baby teeth removed to prevent complications.

  • When Burger the dachshund comes to the V.E.C. with back pain, Dr. Debbie James gets him to surgery to prevent paralysis; Dr. James also receives a Bengal cat named Simba and repairs Saint Bernard puppy Harley's spine.

  • Portuguese water dog Marley comes to the V.E.C. with a bloated, aching stomach. After an assessment from Dr. Evelyn Molnar, Marley is quickly prepped for surgery by Dr. Devon Boyd, who will need to work quickly to get Marley's stomach back in place. Then, 24-year-old CC the cat is brought to Dr. Dawn Martin when her existing kidney issues worsen. Later, Enzo the cat has a head wound that requires examination by Dr. Barbara Bryer.

  • Dr. Devon Boyd tries to put the spring back in Buster the cat's step via creative surgery; Dr. Regan Williams performs an ultrasound on Begley the spaniel puppy; Dr. Sharon French tries to save Tadpole the Miniature Pinscher's embedded teeth.

  • Dr. Devon Boyd and her surgical team help get French bulldog Spartacus back on his paws, seeing eye dog Nina comes in for an eye exam with Dr. Heather Gray and Dr. Steve Waisglass investigates a severe blockage in Kiwi the cat's ears.

  • Dr. French helps police K-9 Magnum with a molar that was broken in the takedown of a criminal, Dr. James recommends surgery for dachshund Burger to prevent paralysis in his hind legs and Dr. Williams celebrate Rusty's birthday and friendship.

  • Dr. Boyd and her team diagnose puppy Luke with a slippery kneecap, which requires surgery; rush Charlie the golden retriever into emergency surgery to remove a basketball-sized tumor; and operate on Chihuahua Reilly's broken leg.

  • Dr. Boyd removes bone fragments from chocolate lab King's elbow after a slip and fall on ice; Dr. Bryer runs tests to help Rocky the dog overcome a severe skin infection due to unchecked demodex mites.

  • Dr. Boyd treats a cancerous tumor on Dudley the miniature poodle's jaw; Dr. Martin tests Kaileigh the dog's spleen while looking for the cause of nausea and restlessness; doctors seek the cause of Loki the kitten's heart murmur.

  • Dr. Williams finds that elderly cat Chloe may have hypertrophic cardiomyopathy; Dr. James suspects that internal bleeding from a knitting needle injury may be causing Alien the cat's motor function issue.

  • Dr. Williams uses ultrasound to test Shadow the golden retriever for heartworms; Dr. Boyd attempts to treat Tiger the cat's severely burned paws after a tragic house fire.

  • Mazy the Bichon Frise has had a few seizures, and her owners seek neurological care from Dr. James, who suspects a brain tumor or inflammatory disease; Dr. Boyd spays Komodo dragon Loka; Dr. Martin helps Titan the cat with respiratory issues.

  • Dr. Boyd's own pup needs surgery to repair his knee; Dr. Bryer tries to help Trigger the cat, who is in need of serious relief; Dr. Bryer and Dr. James team up to help an aging cat who's unable to walk.

  • When Chihuahua Reilly breaks a leg, Dr. Boyd performs surgery; a cat named Jerry survives a house fire, but his gums suffer due to smoke inhalation; Dr. Williams consults with Dr. Cochrane to treat Cyril the cat's high blood pressure.

  • Dr. French helps Pinky the cheetah with her broken tooth; an aging golden retriever named Brody has a physical therapy session to soothe his pain; Dr. James tries to help disoriented Max the Shih Tzu find out which way is up.

  • Bruce Lee the cat donates some blood and Dr. Bryer oversees the procedure; Charlie the golden retriever is carrying an unusually large tumor that Dr. Boyd wants to remove; Dr. Williams faces difficult circumstances when treating Star's ailing heart.

  • After discovering a tooth abscess in elderly feline Ginny, Dr. French enlists the help of other VEC specialists to help her endure surgery; Dr. Bryer partners with the head vet technician to save Pomeranian puppy Ella from a deadly virus.

  • When a young St. Bernard's legs begin to fail, Dr. James enlists the help of Dr. Kilburn; Dr. Williams deals with a large pup plagued by a heartworm infestation; Dr. Bryer investigates a mysterious breathing issue affecting a newly adopted cat.

  • Dr. French relieves Rowdy the lion of an infected tooth after Dr. Williams gets him safely sedated; Dr. James helps a cat whose spine needs saving; a Jack Russell terrier turns out to have bigger problems than Dr. James thought.

  • After a run-in with a tree while playing fetch, poor Tessa needs Dr. French to repair her broken teeth; Dr. Forbes helps Mocha the poodle, who was attacked by a larger canine; Dr. Gray fixes Winston the bulldog's sweet but serious vision problem.

  • Rusty the dog visits Dr. Williams with an elevated heart rate; Dr. James helps Niko the shih-poo, whose hind legs are on the decline; Dr. Boyd breathes life into a Yorkshire terrier whose throat is closing up.

  • Luke the puppy has been favoring his right hind leg, and Dr. Boyd thinks she can fix the problem; something strikes a nerve with Simba the cat’s ability to walk; Dr. Gray hopes she can help Honey the bulldog see things more clearly.

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