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NAT GEO WILD PREMIERES ‘CRITTER FIXERS: COUNTRY VETS,’ AIRING SATURDAY’S AT 10/9c

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THE NEW SERIES TAKES VIEWERS TO GEORGIA FOR AN IN-DEPTH PORTRAIT OF VETERINARIANS REDEFINING CARE WITH HEART AND HUMOR

Nat Geo WILD premiered its newest series  CRITTER FIXERS: COUNTRY VETS this weekend. Airing Saturday’s at 10/9c, the show follows lifelong friends Drs. Vernard Hodges and Terrence Ferguson who own and operate Critter Fixer Veterinary Hospital, located 100 miles south of Atlanta. Together with their loving staff, these physicians bring real heart, soul and a lot of humor to their treatment and care of more than 20,000 patients a year across their two locations. Between emergency visits to the office and farm calls throughout rural Georgia, this special team is constantly bombarded with unique cases. From a police dog with cactus thorns around her eye to a potbellied pig with life-threatening lacerations, for the Critter Fixer team, there is no such thing as “normal.”

Friends for more than two decades, Drs. Vernard Hodges and Terrence Ferguson own Critter Fixer Veterinary Hospital in Bonaire, Georgia. Drs. Hodges and Ferguson are breaking barriers while fixing critters, paving the way for black veterinarians in the south. The inimitable duo in CRITTER FIXERS: COUNTRY VETS is constantly bombarded with unique cases across their two locations, treating more than 20,000 patients a year. Drs. Hodges and Ferguson consider each patient family and are willing to do whatever it takes to make care attainable for patients of all kinds. When they aren’t rushing to a case, they’re impacting their local community through volunteering efforts and donating resources to inspire a new generation of vets.

“Nat Geo WILD is proud to be the leading network for entertaining veterinarian content. CRITTER FIXERS: COUNTRY VETS transport viewers to rural environments across the country to underscore the expansive range of animal care from the Deep South to the Midwest. With the new series, we’re hoping to immerse viewers within the daily lives of two dedicated duos – each who are grassroots champions for the diverse animals within their region and the communities where they live and work,” says Janet Han Vissering, senior vice president of development and production at Nat Geo WILD. “The addition of these highly experienced, authentic and inspiring credentialed doctors combined with their unique narratives are sure to evoke the deeply emotional human-animal connections our viewers expect from Nat Geo WILD – and at the same time remain wildly entertaining.”

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1 comment

June Poulson April 12, 2020 at 2:33 pm

The background music makes it very difficult to listen to the conversations. If we turn up the volume the constant beat of the music drowns out the spoken words.

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