Animal Emergency

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show_name = Animal Emergency

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genre = Observational Documentary
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narrated = Georgie Parker
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country = Aus
language = English
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network = Nine Network
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first_aired = March 11, 2008
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"Animal Emergency" is an Australian observational documentary series will begin airing on the Nine Network on March 16, 2008. It is narrated by Gold Logie winner Georgie Parker.cite web|first=David|last=Knox|title=Georgie Parker to host Animal Emergency|url=||date=2007-12-16|accessdate=2008-01-20]

"Animal Emergency" follows the daily happenings of the "Lort-Smith Animal Hospital" in Melbourne.

Some media outlets have reported the title of the program to be "Animal Hospital", Nine Network has since clarified that this is incorrect, and the show will indeed be titled "Animal Emergency".


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