Animal Planet’s Dr. Jeff Young from Planned Pethood Plus vet clinic. Watch “Dr Jeff: Rocky Mountain Vet” Saturday’s at 10 pm ET/PT on Animal Planet

Driven by animal welfare and not profits…

Possibly one of the busiest, most passionate vets in the country, Dr. Jeff has 80,000+ clients at his Planned Pethood Plus clinic in Denver and through his unique mobile clinic that reaches beyond Colorado. Animal Planet’s Dr. Jeff Young from Planned Pethood Plus Vet Clinic Airing Saturdays 10 pm ET/PT

And he shares his tips with Ric to keeping your pets safe this summer, the Butterfly Effect of neutering and spaying and how you can care for your pet at low costs.

He’s the maverick veterinarian, and focus of Animal Planets DR. JEFF: ROCKY MOUNTAIN VET, who runs one of the busiest clinics in the country. But for animals in need who can’t make it to his practice, his mobile team of experts takes its veterinary services on the road, visiting farm and ranch animals and far-reaching communities and reservations within Colorado, neighboring states and beyond.

Dr. Jeff Young runs Denver’s Planned Pethood Plus veterinary clinic. With 80,000-plus clients and their pets, he’s one of the busiest and most respected veterinarians in the country. DR. JEFF: ROCKY MOUNTAIN VET poignantly and powerfully captures some of the riveting real-life cases that come through his doors.

A passionate advocate for spaying and neutering pets, Dr. Jeff he has performed more than 165,000 of these population-controlling procedures that improve long-term animal health. He’s committed to providing low-cost animal care to all, which means he puts the welfare of the pets well before profit. What’s lost in income is made up for in the sheer volume of animals he treats and the selfless satisfaction in knowing that he has improved lives and the quality of veterinary care. And he somehow finds the time to take his services on the road to those animals in need that can’t make it to his clinic.

Dr. Jeff is considered a miracle worker by his clients for treating broken and sick animals and putting their lives – and often their owners’ lives – back together.

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