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.
Surgeons perform a lifesaving operation on a black lab and a muskox has a tooth extracted, while vet students learn an unusual skill.
From The Horses Mouth
The vets perform surgery on a horses tongue while it is still conscious and a puppy has swallowed its owners underwear.
Chihuahua siblings have dental and mental problems, newborn calves fight for survival and spaying a young Saint Bernard provides unforeseen challenges.
The owner of a hearing service dog receives troubling news, a cow needs a caesarian, a rat has a puzzling skin ailment and an orphan lamb becomes a ward of the hospital.
Foal In Distress
A foal is ravaged by infection, a lynx is subdued with a blow dart and an orphaned lamb visits a pre-school.
The vets save a German Shepard from a deadly lung disease, restore a baby alpacas sight, fix a champion horses foot, and replace the casts on an orphan lamb.
The vets perform emergency abdominal surgery to save a colicky horse, pull porcupine quills from a dogs nose and give an orphan lamb new leg casts.
The vets realign the broken leg of a young llama, while a dog is treated for allergies, a cat for diabetes, and an iguana for facial bumps.
The vets perform a complicated liver surgery to save a Pug and perform a root canal on a ferret, while vets in the field check pregnant horses and a constipated buffalo.
Lifesaving surgery is performed on a cow, a foals knee wont heal, a dog appears to have heart problems, a cats wounds are infected and a bull encounters a porcupine.
Horse Nose Job
The surgical team does a nose job on a horse while other vets save a young dogs vision, a chinchillas teeth and a mother cat having birthing difficulties.
Vet teams struggle to save an injured farm dog and a diseased eagle, while others help birth piglets, tend to an impaled horse and learn how to handle elk.
Vet teams discover a brain tumour in an old dog, a blockage in a miniature horses throat, a screw in an iguanas stomach and a sewing needle in a dog in a very unusual place.
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