The heartwarming and humorous adventures of a young country vet in the Yorkshire Dales in the 1930s. A remake of the 1978 series.
All Creatures Great and Small is a British television series, based on the books of the British veterinary surgeon Alf Wight, who wrote under the pseudonym James Herriot. Ninety episodes were aired over two three-year runs. The first run was based directly on Herriot's books; the second was filmed with original scripts.
The romance between Lee Kang hoon, the CEO of the world's largest company, and Cha Yoon seo, an attractive, innocent and lovely looking veterinarian. One day, Kang hoon is kidnapped and dramatically escapes from the bad guys, but his profuse bleeding causes him to blackout in front of one animal hospital. Yoon seo finds and cures him.
Daktari is an American children's drama series that aired on CBS between 1966 and 1969. The series, an Ivan Tors Films Production in association with MGM Television, stars Marshall Thompson as Dr. Marsh Tracy, a veterinarian at the fictional Wameru Study Centre for Animal Behaviour in East Africa.
Spanning thousands of acres and incorporating hundreds of species of animals; Michelle Oakley’s veterinary practice is Yukon tough. There is no such thing as a typical day in Michelle’s practice. House calls can range from expelling dogs anal glands to getting chased down by the very large Arctic musk-ox. Accompanied by her teenage daughters and armed with humor as sharp as scalpel, Michelle deftly juggles being a full time Veterinarian, wife and doctor; taking us into unexplored and unexamined regions of the Yukon.
Dr. Sébastien Kfoury and his three young veterinary assistants are on a mission to ensure that animals around the world are healthy and happy. Along the way, Dr. Seb and his team uncover important facts about different animals: Can we cut the whiskers off a cat? Why do felines see in the night? How do parrots manage to speak? There’s no animal, or question, too big or too small for Dr. Seb and his assistants to explore in their quest!
There's no such thing as "a regular day" at Denver's Planned Pethood Plus veterinary clinic. For 80,000-plus clients and their pets, the clinic and its maverick ER vet Dr. Jeff Young represent one last hope and possibly the difference between life and death.
The Trevanion family decide to make a fresh start and emigrate to South Africa to set up an animal reserve.
Gloria is an American situation comedy that lasted one season on CBS, from September 1982 to April 1983. It starred Sally Struthers, reprising her role as Gloria Stivic, the daughter of Archie Bunker on the hugely successful 1970s sitcom All in the Family. Gloria was a spin-off of Archie Bunker's Place, which was a continuation of All in the Family.
Dr. George Coleman is a top veterinarian with an impressive list of famous animal patients at the Crane Animal Hospital—a bustling New York City veterinary practice where it often seems as if the patients are running the place. Much to his chagrin, George recently learned that his ex-girlfriend, Dorothy Crane, has inherited the family business and is now George's boss.
A man serves 16 years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit. Yang Kang Chil maintains his good nature nonetheless and is protected by his best friend Gook Soo. After his release from prison, Kang Chil becomes a carpenter and tries to rebuild his life. He falls in love with Jang Ji Na, a veterinarian who happens to the niece of the victim in Kang Chil’s murder case. Can Kang Chil prove his innocence and bring the real killer to justice to save his relationship with Ji Na?
Nancy is an American sitcom that aired on NBC during the 1970-1971 television season. The series stars Renne Jarrett in the title role.
Second Noah is a television drama that was broadcast in the United States on ABC television from February 5, 1996 to June 8, 1997
To like someone is to love lightly while to love someone is to like deeply. There is one person in this world and in this life whom you will love deeply. This is a realistic story of healing.
Zheng Ding Ding and her boyfriend Chen Xun have been dating for years. For the sake of love, she has on many occasions set aside her dream to design pet toys because she was wholly devoted to her boyfriend. When she realizes that he has not gotten over his ex-girlfriend, Zheng Ding Ding decides to give up on their unjust relationship. Surgeon Ning Wei Jin has readily stayed by Ding Ding's side as he encourages her to pursue her dreams. He has liked Ding Ding for some time but was rejected when he opened up about his feelings as she wanted to focus on her career. Ning Wei Jin doesn't give up and Ding Ding unwittingly begins to reciprocate a mutual attraction. However, problems with their work and family get in the way to test the couple as they fight for their love.
Dr. Noel Fitzpatrick is one of England's top veterinarians. "Supervet" showcases Fitzpatrick and his staff treating hard-to-cure ailments with innovative care and surgical techniques. The program gives the often-emotional stories of pets, owners and the passionate team that pushes boundaries of medicine to save animals from life-threatening conditions. Nicknamed the Bionic Vet, Fitzpatrick employs more than 100 people at his neurosurgery/orthopedic clinic in Surrey, England.
Chronicles the adventures of charismatic Veterinarians Dr. Chris Brown and Dr. Lisa Chimes as they live and work at one of Australia’s most famous locations – Sydney’s Bondi Beach.
Tottori Kenichi is a foul-mouthed but gifted veterinarian nicknamed Dolittle. His catch phrase is 'pet care means business'. He is the director of his animal clinic and rescues not only 'voiceless' pets but also helps their owners, who lack understanding and caution, with their problems and worries. Working with him is animal nurse Tajima Asuka. Hanabishi Masaru is Dolittle's rival, a charismatic vet and director of another animal hospital who has not only an opposite personality but also a different stance towards pet care.
One By One is a British television series made by the BBC between 1984 and 1987.
The series, created by Anthony Read, followed the career of international veterinarian David Taylor and his work caring for exotic animals at zoos in Britain, from the 1950s to the 1970s. Each series was set during a different decade, with exteriors filmed at Dudley Zoo, Chester Zoo and Knowsley Safari Park. Thirty-two episodes were made in total.
Rob Heyland starred as Turner, while other major cast members included James Ellis, Sonia Graham, Peter Gilmore, Heather James, Catherine Schell, Peter Jeffrey, Andrew Robertson and Christina Nagy.
Follow the highly trained doctors and staff of Houston’s Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists as they perform high-end, specialized veterinary medicine on domestic and exotic animals. Watch as they perform a double root canal on a Chimpanzee, a life-saving hysterectomy on a Bengal tiger, and dental surgery to restore functional living to a police dog.