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Vets Saving Pets Season 1 Episodes

Season 1 Episode Guide

34 Episodes 2018 - 2019

Episode 1

The Saga Begins

Sat, Oct 6, 2018 30 mins

In the premiere, Luke the puppy has been favoring his right hind leg, and Dr. Boyd thinks she can fix the problem. Then, something has struck a nerve with Simba the cat's ability to walk. Later, Dr. Gray hopes she can help Honey the bulldog see things more clearly.

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Episode 2

Old Friends

Sat, Oct 6, 2018 30 mins

Dr. Williams receives a visit from long-time patient Rusty the dog, whose heart is beating at an elevated rate. Then, the hind legs of a Shih Poo named Niko seem to be on the decline, and Dr. James is called in to get little Niko standing tall again. Later, Dr. Boyd breathes life into a Yorkshire terrier whose throat is closing up.

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Episode 3

More Bark Than Bite

Sat, Oct 13, 2018 30 mins

After a run-in with a tree while playing fetch, Tessa needs Dr. French to repair her broken teeth. Then, Dr. Forbes is called upon to mend Mocha the poodle, who was bitten by another dog. Later, Dr. Gray is tasked with fixing Winston the bulldog's vision problems.

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Episode 4

A Roaring Toothache

Sat, Oct 13, 2018 30 mins

Dr. Boyd's own pup needs surgery to repair his knee. Then, Dr. Bryer tries to help poor Trigger the cat, who is in need of serious relief. Later, when an aging kitty finds herself unable to walk, Dr. Bryer and Dr. James team up to get her back on her paws.

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Episode 5

Taking Strides

Sat, Oct 20, 2018 30 mins

When a young Saint Bernard's legs begin to fail, Dr. James enlists the help of Dr. Kilburn to help her walk again; Dr. Williams helps a large pup plagued by a heartworm infestation; and a mysterious breathing issue affects a newly adopted cat.

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Episode 6

Sleeping Hazard

Sat, Oct 20, 2018 30 mins

An elderly feline has a tooth abscess; and Dr. Bryer and the head vet technician work to save a Pomeranian puppy from a deadly virus.

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Episode 7

Excess Baggage

Sat, Oct 27, 2018 30 mins

Dr. Bryer oversees the procedure when a cat donates blood; and a golden retriever has an unusually large tumor.

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Episode 8

A Spotty Situation

Sat, Oct 27, 2018 30 mins

Dr. French helps a cheetah with her broken tooth; an aging golden retriever undergoes physical therapy; and Dr. James tries to help a disoriented Shih Tzu.

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Episode 9

A Weaselly Illness

Sat, Nov 3, 2018 30 mins

Arnold the mastiff's happy tail wagging has resulted in numerous tail injuries, so Dr. Devon Boyd and his owner determine it's best to amputate a portion of the tail. Then, a Pomeranian named Rosie comes to Dr. Sharon French for a long overdue teeth cleaning, but her heart may not be strong enough to endure the anesthesia required for the procedure. Dr. Regan Williams is consulted to determine if Rosie is a good candidate for surgery. Later, an older ferret named Jet is treated for influenza.

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Episode 10

Heart of the Matter

Sat, Nov 3, 2018 30 mins

Little Chihuahua Reilly falls and breaks a leg, and Dr. Devon Boyd determines that the only way to put him together again is with surgery. Then, after a brave cat named Jerry survives a house fire, his gums suffer from the smoke inhalation. His owner hopes that his teeth can be saved, but Dr. Sharon French finds that Jerry's gum problems are more than meets the eye. Later, Cyril the cat is brought to Dr. Regan Williams to treat his high blood pressure.

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Episode 11

Taming of the Dragon

Sat, Nov 10, 2018 30 mins

Mazy the bichon has had a few seizures, and her owners seek neurological care from Dr. Debbie James. She suspects a brain tumor or inflammatory disease could be causing the seizures and orders a CAT scan and spinal tap to find out. Then, Dr. Devon Boyd travels to the local zoo to operate on Loka, a Komodo dragon, who needs to be spayed. She'll have to fly by the seat of her pants to operate on the exotic animal. Later, Titan the cat comes under the care of Dr. Dawn Martin for respiratory issues.

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Episode 12

All in the Family

Sat, Nov 10, 2018 30 mins

Dr. Boyd's own pup needs surgery to repair his knee. Then, Dr. Bryer tries to help poor Trigger the cat, who is in need of serious relief. Later, an aging kitty finds herself unable to walk, so Dr. Bryer and Dr. James team up to get her back on her paws.

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Episode 13

The Shepherd's Plight

Sat, Nov 17, 2018 30 mins

Chloe is an elderly cat that has been breathing irregularly. An ultrasound with VEC Cardiologist Dr. Regan Williams shows that Chloe could have a condition named hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Then, another cat named Alien with a history of injuries comes to the VEC after a knitting needle pierced the inside of her mouth. Dr. Debbie James suspects that internal bleeding could be causing the motor function issues now present in Alien.

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Episode 14

Feet to the Fire

Sat, Nov 17, 2018 30 mins

When Shadow the golden retriever tests positive for heartworm, Dr. Regan Williams steps in to determine if the dangerous parasite is present. An ultrasound with Dr. Williams could reveal any trouble in Shadow. Then, a cat named Tiger comes to the VEC after surviving a tragic house fire. Dr. Devon Boyd attempts to treat Tiger's severely burned paws to get him back on his feet.

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Episode 15

New Beginnings

Sat, Nov 24, 2018 30 mins

King, a chocolate Labrador, has tiny bone fragments in his elbow area after slipping on ice. With the aid of a small camera inserted into King's knee, Dr. Devon Boyd attempts to remove the fragments. Then, a sad case of neglect comes to the VEC with Rocky the dog, who has developed a severe skin infection due to unchecked demodex mites. Dr. Barbara Bryer runs a blood test to determine Rocky's breed and figure out a treatment to get him back to 100%..

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Episode 16

Jaws of Life

Sat, Nov 24, 2018 30 mins

Dudley the miniature poodle has a cancerous tumor on his jaw, and it's up to Dr. Devon Boyd to surgically remove it. But first, she'll need to determine the best course of action for Dudley with a CAT scan. Then, after bouts of nausea and restlessness, Kaileigh the dog is brought to the VEC for help. Dr. Dawn Martin orders a biopsy of Kaileigh's spleen after finding an irregularity. Later, a kitten named Loki is found to have heart murmur during a routine vaccination.

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Episode 17

Dr. Boyd to the Rescue

Sat, Jan 19, 2019 30 mins

Luke the puppy comes to the V.E.C. after heavily favoring his right hind leg. Dr. Boyd determines that he's got a slippery knee cap, and surgery is Luke's only hope to get all four paws back on the ground. Then, Charlie the golden retriever has a big problem that he's carrying around in his abdomen: a basketball sized tumor. Dr. Boyd and her surgical team rush to the operating room to relieve Charlie of his heavy burden.

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Episode 18

A Bite Out Of Crime

Sat, Jan 26, 2019 30 mins

Police K9 Magnum is brought in after breaking a back molar bringing down a criminal. While Dr. French attempts to remove the tooth and surrounding root, she discovers another worrisome problem in the German Shepherd. Then, Burger the dachshund has developed back pain when touched. It's up to Dr. James to diagnosis the problem as soon as possible and get Burger into surgery to prevent paralysis in his hind legs.

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Episode 19

A Long Life to Live

Sat, Feb 2, 2019 30 mins

Young French bulldog Spartacus is treated for a broken leg. Then, Labrador Retriever Nina comes in for a routine eye exam with Dr. Heather Gray. Later, a severe blockage in Kiwi the cat's ears have resulted in a multitude of problems for the poor feline.

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Episode 20

Attached at the Hip

Sat, Feb 9, 2019 30 mins

Buster the cat's owner finds him in pain and pulling himself by his front legs. After some X rays, it's up to Dr. Devon Boyd to determine Buster's issue. Through creative surgery, she may just be able to put the spring back in his step. Then, a spaniel named Begley is brought to Dr. Regan Williams for an ultrasound. Later, Tadpole the Miniature Pinscher is suffering from severe pain in his jaw due to adult teeth that haven't come in properly.

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Episode 21

Time is of the Essence

Sat, Feb 16, 2019 30 mins

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.

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Episode 22

A Rash of Injuries

Sat, Feb 23, 2019 30 mins

A little terrier named Anchor is carried into the V.E.C. with a serious spinal cord compression that's preventing him from standing on all fours. Dr. Debbie James will need to determine whether removing a herniated disc can restore Anchor's ability to walk. Then, another terrier named Sydra is brought in after multiple trips to see cardiologist Dr. Regan Williams. Later, Dr. Steve Waisglass tries to cure Pekingese Ping's skin rash.

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Episode 23

Dr. James Saves the Day

Sat, Mar 2, 2019 30 mins

Burger the dachshund comes to the V.E.C. with a highly sensitive and pained back. 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. Then, Dr. James receives a Bengal cat named Simba, and something has struck a nerve with his ability to walk. Later, when young Saint Bernard puppy Harley's legs begin to fail, Dr. James takes her under the knife to repair her spine and get her back on her paws.

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Episode 24

Paws, Jaws and Gauze

Sat, Mar 9, 2019 30 mins

When a disoriented cat named Willow is brought into the V.E.C., Dr. Debbie James fears the worst. Willow is unresponsive on one side and walks in circles, which could be signs that a stroke and multiple seizures will happen if no intervention is taken. Then, deaf Dalmatian Snickers displays chaotic running patterns and experiences seizures. It's up to Dr. Susan Cochrane to examine him for epilepsy or brain tumors. Later, adorable Goldendoodle puppy Casey needs some stubborn baby teeth removed.

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Episode 25

The Investigator

Sat, Mar 16, 2019 30 mins

V.E.C. is in for a mouthful when Elvira the alligator is brought in with restricted jaw mobility. Swallowed coins could be giving Elvira toxicity, but it's up to Dr. Sharon French and the rest of the team to solve the issue while Elvira is sedated. Then, Dr. Brendon Ringwood needs to surgically repair the knee of a Lhatese named Gizmo to prevent arthritis from setting in in the future. Later, Tandi the Golden Retriever seeks sweet relief from her itchy skin.

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Episode 26


Sat, Apr 6, 2019 30 mins

A look at the emergency veterinary trauma center.

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Episode 27

More Than Meets the Eye

Sat, Apr 13, 2019 30 mins

It's always a concern when an older, smaller dog like Timmy the poodle requires anesthesia to undergo surgery. In this case, Dr. Sharon French needs to attend to Timmy's apparent gum disease. Then, a young Italian Greyhound named Chelsea comes to a follow-up appointment with cardiologist Dr. Regan Williams, who had previously discovered a heart murmur. A proper blood test coupled with an ultrasound of the heart could be key to finding out what's wrong.

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Episode 28

Dr. French Restores a Smile

Sat, Apr 20, 2019 30 mins

A run-in with a tree while out playing fetch leaves Tessa needing the expertise of Dr. Sharon French. the VEC dentist. Then, police dog Magnum is brought in after breaking a back molar while taking down a criminal. While Dr. French attempts to remove the tooth and surrounding root, she discovers another worrisome problem in the German Shepherd. Later, Dr. French heads to the zoo to relieve Rowdy the lion of an infected tooth.

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Episode 29

The Chronicles of Hernia

Sat, Apr 27, 2019 30 mins

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.

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Episode 30

Heart of a Giant

Sat, May 4, 2019 30 mins

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.

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Episode 31

A Matter of Life and Breath

Sat, May 11, 2019 30 mins

Young bulldog Dougie develops some constricting throat issues, and it's up to Dr. Brendon Ringwood to determine the cause. Then, the back legs of an aging pup named Sylvester are becoming unresponsive, and neurologist Dr. Debbie James has trouble diagnosing the issue. Later, a police dog named Jax finds his way to Dr. Sharon French's table due to a cracked canine tooth. She'll do everything she can to ensure that the puppy in training can safely get back to his important duties.

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Episode 32

Embark Upon New Beginnings

Sat, May 18, 2019 30 mins

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.

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Episode 33

Cat Splash Fever

Sat, May 25, 2019 30 mins

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.

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Episode 34

Dr. Williams Takes it to Heart

Sat, Jun 1, 2019 30 mins

Rusty and Begley pay Dr. Regan Williams a visit. Later, Chelsea comes in for a pet appointment.

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