Dr. Keri: Prairie Vet

Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT

Synopsis

New original Canadian series DR. KERI: PRAIRIE VET, airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT beginning Dec. 10. From the pedigreed dogs at dog shows to prize mares, cows, cute and cuddly cats, and even angry bulls, the series follows the action-packed life of travelling vet Dr. Keri Hudson Reykdal, on the road 24/7 to care for “all creatures big and small.” She’s 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.

Season 1 Episode 1
Season 1 Episode 1
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Season 1 - Episode 1

Meet 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.

Season 1 Episode 2
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Season 1 - Episode 2

Dog 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.

Season 1 Episode 3
Season 1 Episode 3
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Season 1 - Episode 3

Cycle 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.

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