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Observing staffers at Denver's Alameda East Veterinary Hospital.
Season 4, Episode 17
September 3, 2001
Segments include a Rottweiler with torn ligaments, requiring surgery; a cat with a tumor in its ear; and a cairn terrier that acts as a therapy dog at a children's hospital.
Season 4, Episode 16
August 18, 2001
Segments include a boxer with a tumor; a monkey in need of a hysterectomy; and a mountain lion that has lost its appetite.
Season 4, Episode 15
August 11, 2001
When an 8-year-old autistic boy's dog is hit by a car, a rich benefactor steps in to pay for medical care; and a cat's varying glucose levels make it miserable.
Season 4, Episode 14
July 28, 2001
A woman wishes to adopt a stray Yorkie that was hit by a car, but the vets wait to see if the owner will show up while the dog recurperates.
Season 4, Episode 13
July 21, 2001
A schnauzer is hit by a car and sustains massive internal injuries, so the vets repair what they can and hope the dog's will to live will pull him through.
Season 4, Episode 12
July 14, 2001
A Doberman with a dangerously distended stomach needs emergency surgery, but the dog's age (12 years) means anesthesia is hazardous.
Season 4, Episode 11
July 7, 2001
A day in the life of a veterinarian.
Season 4, Episode 10
June 30, 2001
Included: a dog that consumed a quart of safflower oil and a pen; and a guinea pig with ringworm.
Season 4, Episode 7
February 6, 2001
A boxer's health deteriorates, and a mass is discovered on its spine.
Season 4, Episode 6
January 17, 2001
One of the vets at Alameda East becomes a patient when he suffers serious stomach pain, which leads to the removal of his gall bladder. Included: the O.R. surgeon gives a play-by-play of the procedure.
Season 4, Episode 5
January 16, 2001
A four-week-old yellow Lab has a birth defect causing it to starve to death, so vets decide to remove a ligament in its esophagus.
Season 4, Episode 4
An Australian shepherd is hit by a car, resulting in a degloving injury that has removed skin and bone from her right rear leg. A graft of swine intestine submucosa is used to help heal the injury.
Season 4, Episode 3
January 12, 2001
A terrier requires surgery to repair a damaged lower jaw; a schnauzer suffers paralysis from a tick bite; a wiemeraner overdoses on ibuprofen and has kidney failure.
Season 4, Episode 2
One of the vets goes on a 117-mile bike race through the Rocky Mountains.
Season 4, Episode 1
January 11, 2001
Included: a cat with labored breathing; a kangaroo with a life-threatening eye infection.
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