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Dr. Oakley, Yukon Vet English Subtitles

 Dr. Oakley, Yukon Vet

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Released: 04 Apr 2014
Runtime: N/A
Genre: Reality-TV
Director: N/A
Actors: Michelle Oakley, Zac Fine, Matthew Leo Hunter
Country: United States
Rating: 8.4

Overview:

Dr. Oakley is the only vet in her area of the Yukon. She treats domestic pets, endangered wildlife, farm animals--basically anything that walks on fours, crawls, flies. All of that- plus she's a wife and a mom of three girls.

Jun 23, 2022 18:50:09 MorTuadh English 10

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Dr.Oakley.Yukon.Vet.S08.DSNP.WEB-DL
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1 00:00:06,298 --> 00:00:08,717 SARAH (off-screen): Okay. Come on. Let's go say hi! 2 00:00:08,801 --> 00:00:10,135 MAYA (off-screen): Hi, baby! 3 00:00:10,219 --> 00:00:11,470 DR OAKLEY (off-screen): Oh my gosh, what a good boy! 4 00:00:11,553 --> 00:00:13,430 NARRATOR: Today, Doctor Michelle Oakley's at the 5 00:00:13,514 --> 00:00:15,891 Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center. 6 00:00:15,974 --> 00:00:16,809 SARAH: Hi, kids! 7 00:00:16,892 --> 00:00:18,310 SIERRA: Hi. You're a good girl! 8 00:00:18,394 --> 00:00:22,147 NARRATOR: With her daughters Sierra, Maya, and Willow. 9 00:00:22,231 --> 00:00:24,149

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1 00:00:02,603 --> 00:00:04,313 NARRATOR: Summer has hit the Yukon, 2 00:00:04,396 --> 00:00:06,398 and with a vengeance. 3 00:00:06,481 --> 00:00:09,443 DR OAKLEY: Right now, Haines is inundated with pollen. 4 00:00:09,526 --> 00:00:11,194 This time of year it's from the spruce trees 5 00:00:11,278 --> 00:00:12,487 and the pine trees that are here. 6 00:00:12,571 --> 00:00:13,905 And it looks like forest fires. 7 00:00:13,989 --> 00:00:16,116 You get a big wind, it looks like green smoke, 8 00:00:16,199 --> 00:00:19,786 and it's really hard on everybody, including me. 9 00:00:19,870 --> 00:00:21,788

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1 00:00:03,937 --> 00:00:08,734 NARRATOR: On the heels of a long harsh winter, life comes back to Alaska. 2 00:00:08,817 --> 00:00:11,111 DR. MICHELLE OAKLEY: This is a great time of year in Alaska 3 00:00:11,194 --> 00:00:12,904 because spring has sprung. 4 00:00:12,988 --> 00:00:15,741 We're getting all the little willows popping out. 5 00:00:15,824 --> 00:00:18,160 Lots of, you know, the greenery is poking through. 6 00:00:18,243 --> 00:00:20,370 And babies are here. 7 00:00:21,079 --> 00:00:22,956 LAUREN WAITE: (kissing noises) Are you hungry? C'mon. 8 00:00:23,040 --> 00:00:26,293 There she is. That's a good girl. C'mon! 9 00:00:26,918 --> 00:00:30,130

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1 00:00:00,183 --> 00:00:02,978 (instrumental music playing) 2 00:00:05,105 --> 00:00:08,317 NARRATOR: At the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, 3 00:00:08,400 --> 00:00:10,152 Dr. Michelle Oakley is on the run. 4 00:00:10,235 --> 00:00:11,778 MICHELLE: Whoa! 5 00:00:11,862 --> 00:00:15,407 NARRATOR: Her playmate, an eight-week-old muskox named Artemis. 6 00:00:15,490 --> 00:00:16,783 SARAH: Oh, my God, that's funny. 7 00:00:16,867 --> 00:00:19,828 MICHELLE: Muskox like to run and chase, so often if you take off running, 8 00:00:19,911 --> 00:00:21,079 they'll chase you. 9 00:00:21,163 --> 00:00:22,331 It's pretty fun to, like, 10

Jun 23, 2022 11:44:50 85.08KB Download Translate

1 00:00:01,002 --> 00:00:03,729 NATE: Hey! 2 00:00:03,812 --> 00:00:05,188 MICHELLE: How's it going? 3 00:00:05,272 --> 00:00:06,773 NATE: Good! Dr. Oakley, I presume? 4 00:00:06,857 --> 00:00:07,816 MICHELLE: Yes, that's right. 5 00:00:07,899 --> 00:00:09,359 NATE: Awesome. 6 00:00:09,443 --> 00:00:10,861 Seat right here in the middle. 7 00:00:10,944 --> 00:00:12,779 Y'all about ready to go check out some animals? 8 00:00:12,863 --> 00:00:14,865 MICHELLE: Let's do it! 9 00:00:14,948 --> 00:00:16,617 NATE: All right, y'all hold on! 10 00:00:16,700 --> 00:00:18,160

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1 00:00:03,312 --> 00:00:05,689 NARRATOR: The Yukon summer ushers in long days, 2 00:00:05,772 --> 00:00:08,650 and for Dr. Michelle Oakley, that means clocking in longer hours. 3 00:00:08,734 --> 00:00:09,901 -Hello! -Hi! 4 00:00:09,985 --> 00:00:12,029 -How are you, Yvette? -Good. Nice to see you again. 5 00:00:12,112 --> 00:00:13,655 Good. Nice to see you. 6 00:00:13,739 --> 00:00:15,699 Welcome again! 7 00:00:15,782 --> 00:00:16,867 You remember Sierra? 8 00:00:16,950 --> 00:00:18,619 -Nice to see you again. -Hi. Nice to see you. 9 00:00:18,702 --> 00:00:21,246 MICHELLE: Today I'm at Yvette Choma's

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1 00:00:01,500 --> 00:00:02,911 NARRATOR: Up with the sun, 2 00:00:02,995 --> 00:00:04,621 the Oakley team is at Dev Hurlburt's farm 3 00:00:04,705 --> 00:00:06,081 for a day of cow wrangling. 4 00:00:06,165 --> 00:00:09,293 (mooing) 5 00:00:09,376 --> 00:00:11,003 DEV: Okay, one behind ya! 6 00:00:11,086 --> 00:00:12,337 DR. OAKLEY: Hey! Hold up! Woo! Woo! Woo! 7 00:00:12,421 --> 00:00:13,547 SIERRA: No! No! 8 00:00:13,630 --> 00:00:15,215 DR. OAKLEY: Every step of this is very physical 9 00:00:15,299 --> 00:00:17,176 and can be very challenging. 10

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1 00:00:02,102 --> 00:00:03,020 DR OAKLEY: Wah! 2 00:00:03,103 --> 00:00:05,606 (laughter) 3 00:00:05,689 --> 00:00:08,525 NARRATOR: It's a busy spring day at Dr. Michelle Oakley's clinic. 4 00:00:08,609 --> 00:00:10,569 DR OAKLEY (off-screen): It's hysterical, they just drag roll. 5 00:00:10,652 --> 00:00:15,657 They will jump. Okay, guys. Come on down, one at a time. 6 00:00:15,741 --> 00:00:20,037 NARRATOR: The office isn't open yet, so she's taking care of some family business first. 7 00:00:20,120 --> 00:00:21,538 DR OAKLEY: My girl Bindi. 8 00:00:21,622 --> 00:00:23,248 She had eight puppies. 9 00:00:26,668 --> 00:00:30,005

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1 00:00:06,865 --> 00:00:08,075 DR OAKLEY (off-screen): I'm here in Australia, 2 00:00:08,158 --> 00:00:11,412 driving through a massively burned habitat. 3 00:00:12,579 --> 00:00:14,665 When I was back home and seeing, you know, on TV 4 00:00:14,748 --> 00:00:17,584 and hearing on the news all the devastation with the bush fires, 5 00:00:17,668 --> 00:00:20,504 I'd hear these reports of a billion animals lost. 6 00:00:20,587 --> 00:00:23,757 But there are still thousands, probably hundreds of thousands 7 00:00:23,841 --> 00:00:26,677 of animals out there that still need our help. 8 00:00:26,760 --> 00:00:30,180 So, time to put on some exam gloves and just tag in.