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Nebraska Husband and Wife Veterinary Team to make National TV Debut

Nebraska Husband and Wife Veterinary Team to make National TV Debut
Photo Courtesy National Geographic

A husband-and-wife veterinary team from Nebraska are making their national television debut this Saturday Jan. 25, 2020, on National Geographic Wild (Nat Geo Wild).

Nat Geo Wild will air its first season of Heartland Docs, DVM this Saturday at 10/9 pm central time.

The series features husband-and-wife veterinary team Drs. Ben and Erin Schroeder who live and work in Hartington, Nebraska.

Heartland Docs – Coming Soon

When it comes to saving animals in the Heartlands, it's a family affair. Meet the Schroeders–husband and wife Ben & Erin and their sons Chase and Charlie–who prove that no matter an animals' lot in life, they won't give up on them. Heartland Docs premieres January 25th on Nat Geo WILD.

Posted by Nat Geo Wild on Thursday, January 16, 2020

Series Description

In picturesque rural Nebraska, husband and wife veterinary team Drs. Ben and Erin Schroeder live and work at the center of America’s food chain, where the livelihoods of Midwestern farmers connect to families nationwide. Along with their two sons, Charlie and Chase, the Schroeder family is always on the go as their veterinary practice cares for the region’s many animals in need. From winter blizzards to spring tornadoes and blistering summer heat waves, Drs. Ben and Erin overcome the obstacles with skill and heart.

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