Dr. Keri Prairie Vet, Season 1HD
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Dr. Keri and her crew are headed to the wild streets of Winnipeg. Wild with feral cats that is. It’s a growing problem in every major city. But there’s a guardian angel who works to improve these homeless cats’ lives at a unique shelter.
|1||HDVideoMeet Dr. Keri||Dr. Keri Hudson Reykdal has dedicated her life to animals – treating them, training them and riding them, with one of the busiest and most unusual mobile units to roam the northern prairie. It’s calving season in rural Manitoba and Dr. Keri is on call 24/7. She’s running on no sleep, with an emergency C-Section, and a chocolate chomping dog - all before lunch time. Dr. Keri has had a very busy morning and it’s about to get busier.||22:16||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|2||HDVideoDog Day Morning||Treating a beloved family pup that’s suffered a brutal wound, Dr. Keri is up with the sun, prepping her mobile clinic for the long day ahead. The team is on the road to Winnipeg for a best in show breeders showcase and then travels to treat one of the purest dog breeds on the planet, with the longest ties to man. Dr. Keri performs a complex surgery on a tumour, to save a dog’s vision.||22:16||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|3||HDVideoCycle of Life||We meet the oldest cow on the family ranch, who’s now a beloved pet. With hundreds of cows and newborn baby calves, calving season is a rough and tumble job for our vet on the go. But this season things aren’t getting any easier for Dr. Keri and her rancher husband Calvin. Facing a serious emergency, Dr. Keri has a complex task ahead to save a baby calf. We travel with the family herd to a remote island on Lake Manitoba where they will graze on fresh pasture.||22:15||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|4||HDVideoCat’s Cradle||Dr. Keri and her crew are headed to the wild streets of Winnipeg. Wild with feral cats that is. It’s a growing problem in every major city. But there’s a guardian angel who works to improve these homeless cats’ lives at a unique shelter. Dr. Keri will spay and neuter up to five hundred cats this year at the shelter, preventing about 15,000 feral cats from being born on the streets. We even meet a cat who actually ran for the Mayor of Winnipeg! And, Dr. Keri squeezes in an urgent physiotherapy and acupuncture appointment. Not for herself, of course… but for her dog Pep.||22:15||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|5||HDVideoNo Nut Is a Good Nut||The team travel to Ebb and Flow First Nation, a remote community on the West side of Lake Manitoba. Dr. Keri and her crew have been working with rescue groups and communities ever since they hit the road with the mobile hospital four years ago. When dogs form packs, they can have deadly consequences – which is why Dr. Keri conducts her famous, marathon spay and neuter clinics helping to control the stray dog population in vulnerable communities.||22:15||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|6||HDVideoCowtown||Despite her busy schedule, Keri and her horse Elvis are training for the upcoming Cowtown derby in Claresholm, Alberta. And she’s got a title to defend. It’s time to get this four-year-old gelding up to snuff, if he’s going to compete on team Keri. The event is perfectly suited to her personality. It’s all about precision and control and the competition is fierce! Then it’s off to make a house call on a ranch where Dr. Keri castrates a feisty stallion. Back on her farm, Keri discovers Elvis will not be able to compete and she has to come up with plan B. Keri, her mom and her horse Zack travel west to Alberta - but with so little time now to train - all odds are against winning this year.||22:15||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|7||HDVideoBullseye||With warm spring air blowing through the prairies, the birds are on the wing and the bees are stirring. And on the ranches, a healthy bull’s fancy turns towards a little cow courtship. Dr. Keri makes house calls to bull farms, for their annual checkup and semen testing. The bulls’ health and virility are vital to every rancher’s bottom line. Bulls have a hierarchy of dominance. Younger bulls are always trying to work their way up the ladder, when confined in small areas. Bulls frequently fight to establish their position in the group and can be unpredictable and dangerous. Jenna has a close call with the biggest, most ornery bull in the bunch. Back at the clinic in Ashern, compared to large animals, Laura finds that working with cats can be kind of tricky. Tabby the cat has suddenly developed a shocking condition - Dr. Keri has to work fast to save the feline’s vision - and vital organs.||22:16||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|8||HDVideoPaws for Thought||Dr. Keri and her hospital on wheels are headed to the big city to a special spay and neuter clinic for rescued dogs. Unwanted stray dogs tend to roam in packs, especially in rural communities, and they can become a dangerous threat to each other - and to humans. Rescue groups find these dogs and bring them to Dr. Keri, to help curb the overpopulation problem. Every animal fixed in the clinic, saves thousands of lives. Dogs are then adopted out to find forever homes. From the city, the team travel to the remote Fisher River Cree Nation to another spay and neuter clinic - and the need is great with dogs coming in from all over the community. Finding and fixing elusive strays, will calm the dogs’ need to roam and fight. It’s a serious problem attracting volunteers from animal shelters across Manitoba.||22:16||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|9||HDVideoTop Dog||It’s show time - in the dog days of summer. Keri and her Australian Shepherds have a busy weekend schedule. But first, our vet is on the go to Spruce Hollow Shelties. With annual checkups for over two dozen Shelties, it’s easier to bring the doctor to the patients. Here, the breeder matches Shelties personalities, to their puppy parents. For the parents of Breeze, the prognosis is serious – an invasive tumour. The thought of losing their beloved Sheltie is a struggle. New treatments buy Breeze valued time with her loving family. Then Keri and her canines are headed to the Canadian Kennel club dog show. It’s for all kinds of breeds. And the top dogs, of all shapes and sizes, are competing. Keri’s hoping to win some ribbons with Two Bit. But first up is a national competition ONLY for Australian shepherds. Keri’s entered in a special category for breeders. She and Two Bit will be up against the best of the best, from across North America. And they better be good today, because even with her family along to support her, Keri has a bad case of the jitters.||22:15||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
|10||HDVideoAnimal Farm||Road-trip for Dr. Keri and crew: the clinic on wheels travel all over the spectacular Interlake region of Manitoba, visiting townie pets, farm animals and a date with a donkey named Eeyore. But before they hit the road, they have to deal with a difficult patient: a bulldog with a hernia. The ladies of the lake take to the road to visit Jenna’s hobby farm where she gets her first crack at surgery. We meet the donkey, a miniature horse, roosters and Jambuster one of the cutest kittens in the barn. Not so cute is the cat Max with the loudest screech you’ve ever heard. Although, more sound than fury, extra precautions are always needed with anxious cats. We meet a farm dog, Nick who’s been exposed to either heart disease or Lyme. Finally, on to Laura’s farm where we see how Laura juggles her busy life in the clinic with chores on the farm, with cows, pigs, dogs and rabbits. It’s also time for Keri to reflect on the many successes behind her: her love and respect for her team, the people and pets whose lives she’s changed for the better, the cattlemen who value her skills, and her good fortune to have a partner who loves and supports her.||22:16||$2.99||Afficher sur iTunes|
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So you would think it’s easy being a vet, being a farmer. I mean how hard could it be? Well, no clue! I had no idea what was involved with being a vet or the farming aspect! Wow! Very informative & entertaining. I’ll buy all the seasons, keep em coming!