On the road with Dr Keri, caring for all creatures great and small
Dr. Keri Hudson Reykdal isn’t your typical country vet. This series follows her as she travels in her mobile clinic to visit patients ranging from pedigree show dogs to angry bulls. Her veterinary practice is a lifelong labour of love that lies at the heart of her personal mission to provide the best possible care to all animals. Set against the breathtaking landscape of the Canadian prairies, this series offers a true-to-life perspective on the joys and heartbreaks of being a travelling vet, following Dr. Keri into the field as she performs all kinds of procedures. Often working long hours, she is on-call 24 hours a day. It’s a lifestyle that would be impossible if not for her longtime assistant Laura, enthusiastic intern Jenna and devoted husband Calvin, always willing to lend a hand.
One of Canada’s most trusted and renowned rural vets, Dr. Keri, returns once again as spring comes to northern Manitoba, it’s busier than ever and Dr Keri is on call 24/7. Having dedicated her life to animals. treating them, training them and riding them, Dr Keri goes out of her way to provide the best affordable care to every animal. We follow her as she travels to rural communities in one of the busiest and most unusual mobile units ever to roam the country to treat all creatures great and small.
Dr. Keri Hudson Reykdal isn’t your typical country vet. Set against the breathtaking landscape of the Canadian prairies, Dr. Keri: Prairie Vet is a new ten-part documentary series which follows Dr. Keri as she travels the rural roads of northern Manitoba in her high-tech mobile clinic, on call 24/7 to care for animals big and small. The series offers a true-to-life perspective on the joys and the heartbreaks of being a travelling vet, following Dr. Keri into the field as she performs all kinds of procedures, from delivering calves to neutering an anxious donkey. Dr. Keri frequently pulls 12 to 18-hour days, split between her mobile unit, a brick-and-mortar practice in town and frequent spay-and-neuter clinics up north.
Series 1: 10 x 30' 2018
Series 2: 10 x 30' 2019
Winner (2018): Best Direction in a Documentary Series, Leo Awards