How Many Seasons Of Animal ER Have There Been: 2 (14 episodes)
|Season 3|| |
National Geographic WILD
|Season 2|| |
Season premieres on August 15, 2017
Finale: October 7, 2017
National Geographic WILD, 8 episodes
|Season 1|| |
Season premieres on September 6, 2016
Finale: October 11, 2016
National Geographic WILD, 6 episodes
Animal ER is on National Geographic WILD (United States) Saturdays at 10 pm
S2E8 (On Pins and Needles) - Air Date: Oct 07, 2017 (3 years ago)
Animal ER Live to Debut on Nat Geo WILD - TVREAL - World Screen - according to Worldscreen
Discovery has unveiled the cross-brand digital and interactive Discovery Game Studios, which will serve as a hub for the creation, licensing and distribution of games for PC, video game consoles and mobile game platforms.
INTERVIEW: Mark Steines hosts new Nat Geo WILD series, 'Animal ER Live' - HollywoodSoapbox.com - per Hollywoodsoapbox
Steines’ TV career has been centered on preparation, whether he was standing on a red carpet at the Academy Awards or helping home owners with improvements to their houses. Animal ER Live has sent him a curveball, and he admittedly needs to “fly by the seat of his pants” for the next four weekends.
Portland pet hospital is featured on new TV series, 'Animal ER Live' - OregonLive - via Oregonlive
The other animal hospitals and mobile vet emergency units featured on “Animal ER Live” are located in Boston, Massachusetts; Plainfield, Illinois; Kanab, Utah; Fort Bragg, California; Waller, Texas; and Charleston, South Carolina.
Breaking News - Nat Geo WILD's New Series "Animal ER" Is "The Mayo Clinic" for Animals - The Futon Critic - via Thefutoncritic
Tiger Emergency Premieres Sat., Sept. 10, 10/9c Today is a first for Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists. Nia, a 6-year-old white Bengal tiger, is in critical need of surgery. Harley, a therapy puppy for a little girl, has a broken leg that only surgery can fix. Spirit the cockatiel is fighting for breath, with a mass growing in her throat. And a 9-year-old Lab mix named Duchess undergoes surgery to remove a growth near her brain that may save her life.