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Chronicling the adventures of Dr. Chris Brown, Dr. Chris Pet Vet gives viewers unique insights into the life of one of the world's busiest vets and the animals to whom he's devoted his life. For those animals that require special services, Dr. Chris calls on his good friend and colleague Dr. Lisa Chimes, who works at an animal hospital specializing in unique animal care. Each episode of "Dr. Chris Pet Vet" delivers not only a carefully crafted mix of human and animal interest stories, but also features a variety of animals undergoing a range of medical procedures from elective surgery to highly advanced medical procedures.
Chris treats a 12-week-old puppy for heat stroke; a shih tzu gets a blood transfusion; a chicken needs treatment after a run-in with a child.
A big day for a baby cheetah; six puppies with serious medical conditions are abandoned; a baby cockatoo falls out of a nest.
A baby Tasmanian devil has an injured leg; a trainee police dog has a lump on its jaw; a three-legged cow has overgrown hooves.
Chris is called to remove a venomous sea snake; Mitzi the kitten has trouble walking after getting a new microchip.
A golden retriever is giving birth to a large litter of puppies that will become assistance dogs; a tiny kitten falls off a scratching post; a diamond python is hit by a vehicle.
Chris tries to help a puppy with a rare condition by using water therapy; a cat and a snake need help after battling it out; a water dragon terrorizes some locals.
Chris heads to Coffs Harbor to help a dolphin which has suspicious lumps growing in its mouth.
Chris checks on a litter of guide dogs; a small fish with a large growth; a house with 1,000 cats; turtle rescue group.
Chris visits the owner of a shelter for abandoned donkeys to try to diagnose one that has developed a strange walk; a miniature dachshund becomes paralyzed.
A 500-pound pig named Burpy needs his tusks trimmed; a Bernese Mountain dog has a high temperature.
Chris must help a baby Tasmanian Devil who has injured his leg. Will Chris survive his encounter with this angry little devil? And, a mother has led her 10 ducklings into danger and only the courageous efforts of a young couple will save them all; and Ox the pug may have swallowed a safety pin.
A critically ill swan has been found trapped in a soccer net. Has Chris arrived in time to help save this emaciated bird? At SASH, a worried owner rushes in with her beloved cat after he was struck down by a paralysis tick for the third time this year. Can Lisa save Toby?
Dr. Chris volunteers to care for some animals at the Kyabram Veterinary Clinic; a Bearded Dragon with a lump on it's leg; a cow is unable to stand after giving birth; baby koala health assessment.
The first two patients of the day are Pretty Pooches. Their owner runs a grooming school specializing in "extreme styling" and she's certainly put her best work into her beloved dogs. Then, as summer temperatures soar, British Bulldog Stanley is struggling to breathe. Andrew Marchevsky is left with no other option but to operate. And, can two of the vet nurses convince Chris to adopt a new furry family member?
Chris visits the Cairns Turtle Rehabilitation Center where an endangered sea turtle arrives after being hit by a motorboat. Can Chris save the day? And while the doc's away, Neil gets to play. At SASH, Andrew Marchevsky must save a shitzu who is having trouble walking and is in terrible pain. Can anything be done to help this homeless pooch?
Dr. Chris Brown(Host)
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