Campus Vets tells the dramatic stories of student veterinarians at one of the most renowned veterinary schools in North America: the Western College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan. This series showcases the best and brightest of Canadas young vets in training, as they purse demanding careers of immense responsibility.
The vets prepare a black lab for lifesaving surgery.
From The Horses Mouth
Mare's tongue surgery; terrier respiratory procedure; a puppy swallows its owner's underwear.
Aggressive male; oral surgery; saving newborn calves; surgery on a large dog.
A deaf owner is afraid her hearing dog will be taken away from her because he may be going blind.
Foal In Distress
A foal has a serious infection.
A German shepherd that is coughing and having trouble breathing may have a deadly fungal disease.
A horse must have emergency abdominal surgery; a dog gets a new hip; an orphaned lamb finds a home.
An attempt to realign the leg of a young llama.
Pug's congenital liver problem.
Cow has surgery; dog has heart problems; bull and porcupine have altercation.
Horse Nose Job
Surgical team rebuilds the nose of a horse; a dogs vision is saved; eagle with a virus.
Iguana swallows a screw; piglets; pregnant horse; constipated buffalo.
The vet students treat an old dog with a brain tumor.