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The Vet Life follows veterinarians, Dr. Diarra Blue, Dr. Aubrey Ross and Dr. Michael Lavigne, as they navigate the balancing act of running their newly-opened animal hospital while managing the everyday stress of raising their families alongside their wives. The series captures the doctors' home life with their spouses, children, parents, in-laws, pets and large group of friends.
Houston welcomes veterinarians Dr. Blue, Dr. Ross and Dr. Lavigne. With cases ranging from risky surgeries to diagnosing hungry chameleons, their hands are full. A car accident brings the practice to a halt as one of the doctors faces a long recovery.
Dr. Ross's check-up with a large pet upon his return proves to be more than he can handle;Dr. Lavigne performs an emergency c-section on Frenchie; Dr. Blue plans a night on the town to get Dr. Ross out of his funk
While Dr. Blue & Dr. Ross help a client at their goat farm, Dr. Lavigne must save a pup with an obstruction in his intestines and a concerned family waiting. Dr. Blue & Dr. Ross compete in a cook-off to see who is the best grill master.
Dr. Ross acquires a mobile medical unit for community outreach and Dr. Blue's brother gives it the works; Dr. Ross helps an abscessed iguana; Dr. Lavigne gives a paraplegic dachshund new wheels.
Historic flooding in Houston forces the clinic to provide shelter for displaced animals, including a puppy that got sick from contaminated water. Also: A tiger is found wandering in a neighborhood.
Dr. Ross performs surgery on a second-chance pup; Dr. Lavigne checks up on a prickly pet; Dr. Blue treats an injured owl, then joins Dr. Ross in checking on a cute litter of sick, tiny piglets.
Dr. Lavigne attacks an older dog's tumors; Dr. Ross tries to save a rabbit's foot mauled by a dog; Dr. Blue takes on a mission to castrate a violent donkey.
A mother dog with two puppies stuck in her uterus needs an emergency C-section; Dr. Ross and Dr. Lavigne address eye issues; vets make a video for the clinic.
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