Parents' Guide to

E-Vet Interns

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Intense docuseries mixes medicine and emotion.

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age 18+

Based on 1 parent review

age 18+

wouldnt trust these vets

I've watched a few episodes and nearly all the animals die under their care or are put to sleep, I wouldn't take any of my pets to them. None of the Interns seem to know what they are doing.

Is It Any Good?

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E-Vet Interns comes with the standard "graphic nature" warning for good reason. Blood, vomit, and bodily functions of all kinds mix with heart-wrenching scenes of animals in pain and dying, making it difficult for those with queasy stomachs (and big hearts for furry friends) to watch. Discussions about euthanasia are to be expected, and viewers occasionally see a lethal injection administered. Emotions run high; cameras capture both grief over losing a beloved pet and celebration when an animal fights back from the brink of death.

This one definitely isn't for little kids -- or particularly sensitive viewers of any age. If you and your kids do watch, be prepared to answer questions about what they see and hear, including unfamiliar medical terms and seemingly painful treatment methods like stomach pumping and CPR.

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