The staff of Pol Vet Services has one head-scratcher after another, from the peculiar to the downright bizarre. With over 19,000 clients, it’s only a matter of time before the vets are presented with a unique case that they’ve never seen before. Dr. Pol leads the charge into uncharted territory. He devises a way to noninvasively remove penile carcinomas threatening a beloved horse, and advises a client on how to best treat her duck whose penis has prolapsed. Dr. Brenda also has her hands full with a herniated pig, and a beagle that has a brain-shaped vaginal polyp. Not to be outdone, Dr. Emily, the newest vet at PVS, completes her ‘first flip and stitch’ LDA treatment on a dairy cow, treats a tongue-twisted horse, and delivers a deformed calf with no anus. All in a days work at Pol Vet Services!
We revisit Dr. Pol and his son Charles as they must solve a mystery - 10 Angus steers have suddenly gone lame and are struggling to stand. A steer's kick can be lethal, and to treat the sick cattle Dr. Pol will have to stand directly in harm's way. Back at the clinic, we see a recent widow who is prepared to pay whatever it costs to save her late husband's dog after the pet swallowed a rock. The sweltering heat isn't the only thing causing Dr. Pol to sweat; he's preparing for a family reunion.