Happy “Moo” Year!

From all of us here at Nat Geo, we’re wishing you a very happy “moo year” — Dr. Pol Style. Hope 2016 is your wildest year yet!

Watch the doc ring in the moo year in true Dr. Pol fashion:

Don’t miss an all-new season of The Incredible Dr. Pol, kicking off this Saturday with a special compilation episode. This season, it’s the dead of winter in Michigan, but not snow, nor sleet nor ice will slow the Pol vet team down when an animal’s in need!


  1. Wendy McDonald
    Vidalia, Georgia
    June 24, 2016, 3:26 pm

    I haven’t been able to catch his shows this season. I really enjoy watching him he has such a good and kind heart when it comes the animals and also a good wit. I also love to see the others on the show they seem to work just as hard.

  2. Jeanette Styers
    November 5, 2016, 8:13 am

    I love the show! I just stumbled across it one night. I will go back and watch the episodes I missed. The show takes me back to my childhood. Every Sunday we went to my grandparents farm. I spent whole weeks with them. The big draw was the animals. It might be a new calf, chicks, kittens, or who knows what. It didn’t matter to me as long as I could pet it. So every Saturday my girls, Belle, a border collie mix, and Autumn, our Aussie mix, join me as we watch “the Amazing Dr. Pol”. I am amazed at what you do and I’m learning all of the time. I was so sad when you had to let your beautiful girl go. I was also consoled by the loving way you let her go. It’s heart wrenching. It’s how I felt when I had to let my beautiful Sam go. Fifteen and one half years. Not nearly long enough. She was a talker. The only one I’ve ever known. She was smart ! I never thought I’d have another dog that smart again, until Belle came along. She taught Autumn everything she knows and vice versa. These two keep me on my toes, but they are a joy. I wish I could foster,but I don’t want the two of them to have to share the attention with yet another dog. Too bad because there are so many who need a home. I wish you many more years of good health so we can keep watching. Thank you for sharing your life with all of us.