Tonight on Dr. Dee: Alaska Vet – a chihuahua is in trouble, a newly born calf is very ill and a macaw needs its beak trimmed back.
Dr. Dee and husband Ken also add to their large collection of animal with seven fainting goats!
These goats are also known as myotonic goats and don’t actually faint but when panicked a hereditary genetic disorder causes their muscles to freeze and they often fall over.
Oh and check out this helpful video every dog owner should watch, it features Dr. Dee explaining how to tell if you dog has been poisoned.
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Catch Dr. Dee: Alaska Vet – Critical Condition tonight at 8 PM on Animal Planet.
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