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A new season of “The Incredible Dr. Pol”!

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Dr. Pol Brings his Wits, Brains and Charm as He Tirelessly Cares for Every Family Pet and Head of Livestock in Need of His Expertise and Kindness

Nat Geo WILD’s No.1 Series The Incredible Dr. Pol

ReturnsSaturday, August 17, at 9 PM ET/PT

(WASHINGTON, D.C. — July 12, 2013) His day isn’t complete unless he’s checked a cow for pregnancy or helped a goat with pneumonia.  Yeah, not your normal workday, but it’s all in a day’s work for seasoned veterinarian, Dr. Pol. Nat Geo WILD’s No. 1 series The Incredible Dr. Pol returns for its fourth season, on Saturday, August 17, at 9 PM ET/PT to treat rural Michigan’s finest furry friends, including horses, pigs, cows, sheep, alpacas, cats and dogs. With his get down and dirty approach to veterinary medicine, it is clear that illness isn’t resting—and neither is Dr. Pol (For more information, visit and follow us on Twitter at

America’s favorite Dutch vet comes to the rescue, taking on cases that are vital to the community’s livelihood.  Between a cow with a twisted stomach, a calf with an oversized mouth, and a horse with a wounded leg, it is clear Dr. Pol is in high demand.  We’ll join the good doctor, as he travels around icy Michigan country side making house calls to a variety of farm animals. Regardless of their size or condition, if they are kicking or biting, Dr. Pol is the man with the goods to heal. The local legend and his team do everything they can to cure the sick animals, no matter how hard they resist.

This season, back from LA and armed with a beard for insulation against the cold winter, Dr. Pol’s son Charles comes home to help his parents and Dr. Brenda with the clinic. As always, Dr. Pol and his trusty team are ready for anything and everything that comes their way. We’ll see Dr. Pol cure two calves of mysterious mutations, fish for a toy in a cat’s stomach, and save the career of a money-making racehorse by fixing his wounded leg.  Whether its rushing to save a bloodhound hit by a car or helping a 10-month-old horse who cut his leg on a rusty trailer, one thing is for sure—Dr. Pol has more stamina than a horse! We’ll reveal why this charismatic senior citizen is truly a veterinary legend.  

Premiere episodes include:

The Incredible Dr. Pol: Pol’s Plunge         

Premieres Saturday, August 17, at 9 p.m. ET/PT

Dr. Pol’s son Charles returns home from sunny L.A. to help his dad with the workload, but the good doctor has a treat for him.  He challenges Charles to take part in the local Special Olympics charity event, the Polar Plunge, where participants dive into an icy lake in the height of winter.  As Charles attempts to squirm out of his commitment, Dr. Pol races to a farm call to check on a horse that’s showing irregular symptoms.  The owner anxiously awaits test results, as she is worried she may lose her favorite horse.  Meanwhile, Dr. Brenda discovers a cow is having respiratory issues and has twisted its stomach, which must be fixed immediately.  Finally, Dr. Pol must race out on an emergency farm call to help a young racehorse who has severely wounded his leg, jeopardizing his racing career and possibly his life.  Dr. Pol quickly moves into action to numb the leg so he can carefully sew the wound.  Only time will tell if the horse will ever be able to run again.

The Incredible Dr. Pol: Charles in Charge   

Premieres Saturday, August 24, at 9 p.m. ET/PT   

After successfully handling a cow with a twisted stomach, a rabbit with overgrown teeth, and a complicated foal delivery, Dr. and Mrs. Pol head off to their much needed vacation. Taking care of his patients is Dr. Brenda, who tends to Debo, a rambunctious escape artist dog who has broken his foot in four places. Will she be able to help Debo recover?  But that’s not all, she also aids a cow that may have slipped on ice and a cat with a toy in its intestines. Eager to help, Charles goes on a farm call with Dr. Brenda to check on a baby goat with pneumonia. However, when he tries to lend a hand around the house and with the office’s clerical duties, he leaves a path of destruction in his wake.

The Incredible Dr. Pol: Baby, It’s Cold Outside 

Premieres Saturday, August 31, at 9 p.m. ET/PT

Roses are red, violets are blue, when animals go crazy, Dr. Pol knows what to do. For Dr. Pol, Valentine’s Day means flipping a cow upside down to fix his stomach, de-worming a champion goose, and curing the relentless cough of Zev, the Siberian Huskie. Now, that’s love.  Inspired by Zev the huskie, Charles takes a shot at driving a sled dog team, but realizes that mushing isn’t as easy as it seems. Meanwhile, Dr. Brenda dehorns a group of loud, but loveable pygmy goat babies. Feeling lonely on this romantic day, Charles finds love when he adopts an adorable puppy—a Great Dane to be exact.  No more cold nights!



Grain Girls Blog On The Incredible Dr. Pol


A Blog of One Farm Girl’s Perspective On “The Incredible Dr. Pol”

A great blog article about world renowned Veterinarian and star of Nat Geo Wild’s “The Incredible Dr. Pol”.

“Have you seen this show?  If you haven’t you should.  New episodes air on the National Geo Wild Channel each Saturday at 8 central. We record them, even if we’re home to watch them.”

PawNation: The Incredible Dr. Pol Decodes Your Dog

A Fun Slide Presentation of Dr. Pol’s Perspective On Dog Behavior

Ever wonder why your dog acts a certain way?  World renowned Veterinarian and star of Nat Geo Wild’s The Incredible Dr. Pol decodes dog behaviors.



E-Vet Clinic: Review Of The Incredible Dr. Pol

40061_dr-pol-at-his-lake-house_u4otpkuoohegc34cxym6cgqbe3ncurxrbvj6lwuht2ya6mzmafma_610x457See A Review Of The Incredible Dr. Pol By A Veterinarian.

“National Geographic is actually doing it; they are bringing back a modern day James Herriot! Here comes the premiere of The Incredible Dr. Pol, Saturday, October 29, at 9 and 10 pm ET/PT on Nat Geo WILD. (I wanted to be the Dr. Pol for Nat Geo but by the time I replied to an  email about the search for a vet I was way too late)”.


Happiness Is A Warm TV: The Incredible Dr. Pol Review


A Great Review By Happiness Is A Warm TV.

“I can’t believe I have never seen, much less heard of “The Incredible Dr. Pol” — a terrific animal-centric reality series which also happens to be the #1 series on Nat Geo Wild”

Our Local Paper The Morning Sun: Dr. Pol Gets Recognition He Deserves

40061_dr-pol-at-his-lake-house_u4otpkuoohegc34cxym6cgqbe3ncurxrbvj6lwuht2ya6mzmafma_610x457 A great opinion piece from one local, glad to see Dr. Pol have his own show.

“It doesn’t come as a surprise to any of veterinarian Jan Pol’s clients that he’s going to be featured on a reality television show on the new network National Geographic Wild.”

Our Local Paper The Morning Sun Reports On A Local Alpaca Farm Featured In The Incredible Dr. Pol

AR-310269977Did you love seeing the Alpaca Farm last season?  Want to learn more.  This Article gives you a nice behind the scenes look at one of the farms featured on The Incredible Dr. Pol.

“When one of Denise and Dave Livermore’s alpacas had a problem with his hoof, the two did what they always do. They called veterinarian Jan Pol, who went to Double D Farms on West Airline Road near Weidman to treat the injury.”

Our Local Paper The Morning Sun Interviews Dr. Pol About His Work On The Incredible Dr. Pol

AR-120919740A Great Article from a inside perspective of what Dr. Pol’s home town paper wants to know about working on a Reality Show.

“Whether making farm calls or seeing four-legged animals in his office on West Jordan Road in Nottawa Township, he has done everything from helping birth calves to treating cats, dogs, goats, pigs, birds, lizards and other animals.” Gives Us Dr. Pol’s Essential Items To Donate For Pets Impacted By Hurricane Sandy

action_for_animalsA Great Guide For What To Donate For Pets Caught In A Disaster.

“Dr. Jan Pol, acclaimed veterinarian and star of National Geographic’s hit series, The Incredible Dr. Pol, shares his insight on the best products to donate to animal shelters impacted by Hurricane Sandy.”