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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 helps a family that wants to adopt a mini pig; a 10-week-old puppy has a swollen face.
An orphaned lamb is adopted by a dalmatian, but the lamb's future is in doubt; a family pet may have been eating rocks.
A mini pig's obsessive digging gets it in serious trouble; a Cavalier King Charles spaniel collapses at home; Chris and Neil volunteer at a charity pet clinic.
Chris has trouble treating little Gizmo's chronic ear infection; Shiver the Pomeranian needs help after being mauled by two large dogs.
A sick pelican chick with a swollen neck; removing a deadly funnel web spider from the home of a woman and her two daughters.
Chris heads to the Kyabram Vet Clinic to help a friend with a Maltese terrier at risk of losing her unborn puppies; two police dogs give blood.
Chris travels to northern Kenya to visit a zookeeper fighting to save endangered animals; an orphaned rhino needs attention; women who are saving wildlife.
A dog with a cleft palate needs help after several failed operations; a bird has dangerous swelling in its throat due to something it swallowed.
In Thailand, Chris works with wildlife crusader, Edwin Wiek; Edwin and his team care for animals ranging from elephants to monkeys.
Chris responds to a call from Safe Haven Horse rescue, where a lump growing on a gelding's eye; an animal is in agony after accidentally being jumped on by one of his teenage owners.
Lisa and her husband Brad have some exciting news that they are about to share with their two pets.
Chris helps with a mini pig whose obsessive digging has gotten him into trouble; a puppy has a swollen face; a dangerous spider needs to be captured.
A four-week-old lion cub is brought to the clinic for a medical checkup; a large reticulated python has a strange lump on its back.
At the Halls Gap Zoo, a Lemur that has a bad canine tooth may be pregnant; some sheep have hoof issues; a dog swallowed a sewing needle.
Dr. Chris fixes some dental issues for a dog owned by an inspirational young girl with a brittle bone disease; three puppies may have been bitten by deadly ticks; a dog has a skateboard obsession.
As brush fires rage outside the city, Dr. Chris rushes to help treat a baby alpaca named Jersey; Dr. Lisa helps prepare a family that is thinking of adopting two Great Dane puppies.
A prized cheetah at a safari park has stopped eating; an animal is injured after being jumped on by one of its teenage owners
Dr. Chris is called to help a kangaroo with a nasty lump under its chin; Dr. Lisa tries to help save dogs affected by deadly ticks.
A Jack Russell terrier suffers strange attacks; a baby sun conure parrot damages his leg in a crash landing.
A young dog suffers from a rare brittle bone disorder; a shorthaired pointer can't walk normally; an alligator named Horse.
A young family prepares for the challenges of owning a mini pig; an orphaned lamb that was adopted by a loving Dalmation; a dog with a skateboarding obsession.
Dr. Chris helps at the local bat hospital where a micro-bat is covered in mysterious goo; a 6-year-old aspiring vet helps diagnose Dr Lisa's listless puppy; a wild currawong arrives at the clinic with a wooden skewer through its wing.
Pluto the singing Dalmatian has lost his voice, and Dr. Chris fears that the cause may be sinister; a snake needs to have a piece of scale removed.
A small dog has a heart murmur; a giant alligator named Elvis needs treatment.
Dr. Chris treats a 17-foot-long crocodile with a wounded snout; a large scrub python concerns a neighborhood.
Dr. Chris tends to the dog of an inspirational 7-year-old who suffers from a brittle bone disease; a 6-year-old aspiring vet helps Dr. Lisa diagnose her listless puppy named Jelly.
Dr. Chris Brown(Host)
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