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. Chris Brown stars in a TV series called Bondi Vet in Australia. The show was rebranded and aired by CBS in 2013.
Chris tries to help a bull whose horns are growing into its skull in the Season 3 opener. Also: a visit with a turtle-rescue group.
Dr. Chris helps a dwarf horse with a dental problem.
Dr. Chris helps a tiny fish with a large growth. Also: A schnauzer is bitten by a deadly snake.
A 3-month-old cheetah must pass a series of tests to become an animal ambassador. Also: efforts to help a homeless dog that is having trouble walking.
Chris provides a status report on Faith, a bi-pedal dog who learned to walk upright and devoted her life to giving back to the community. Also: a house of 1000 cats.
An aggressive peccary is in need of a pedicure; a dog may have eaten poisonous bait.
Chris vacations, but his getaway is interrupted when he must treat a dangerous croc with a broken jaw. Also, Chris helps an endangered sea turtle that was hit by a motorboat.
Chris tries to help a baby cockatoo that has fallen out of her nest. Also: a year-old orphan with a deadly heart murmur; and an altruistic burn victim.
The good doctor cares for an injured dog who was hit by a car. Also: A fur seal has a cataract and needs an operation; and a pug is plagued by a large tick.
Dr. Chris gets roped into helping Tim Faulkner with a frightening mission: trying to capture a python that’s over twenty feet long. And Lisa is volunteering at an animal shelter when six abandoned Shar Pei puppies land on the doorstep and it’s clear that they have a serious medical condition. Can she and the SASH team save these puppies?
Dr. Chris is called out to the local zoo to help with a Sumatran tiger with a fractured tooth. Then, a mother has led her ten ducklings into danger and only the courageous efforts of a young couple will save them all. And, Dr. Chris heads out to help ensure that a litter of guide dog puppies are healthy and happy.
Dr. Chris must try to save a twelve-week old puppy with heat stroke after she’s rescued from a dangerous situation. At SASH, Lisa must give Saffy the shitzu a life-saving blood transfusion. And then, Daisy the chicken is brought in after a scuffle with a boisterous three-year old neighbor.
Dr. Chris helps a baby cheetah facing a very big day. Dr. Lisa is volunteering at an animal shelter when six abandoned Shar Pei puppies land on the doorstep, and it’s clear that they have a serious medical condition. Then, a bizarre looking baby cockatoo has fallen out of her nest and wants to alert the whole world to her plight. Can Dr. Chris help the little screamer?
Dr. Chris must help a baby Tasmanian Devil who has injured his leg. Will Chris survive his encounter with this angry little devil? Then, a trainee police puppy has been brought into SASH in terrible pain from a huge lump on his jaw. Can Lisa figure out what’s wrong with Ken? Plus, Dr. Chris tries to keep a three-legged cow on her feet… Gretyl has overgrown hooves that are threatening her ability to walk.
It’s a wild, stormy day, and Dr. Chris is called down to the beach to help remove a venomous sea snake before someone gets bitten. Then, Mitzi the kitten is struggling to walk after being micro-chipped. Will Surgeon Andrew Marchevsky be able to save this kitten?
Dr. Chris is called out in the middle of the night to the local women’s prison to help a mother in trouble. Golden retriever Brielle is giving birth to a huge litter of puppies that are earmarked to become assistance dogs. It’s going to be a long night! At SASH, Ariel is brought in after she’s fallen off of a scratching post. Can Lisa help save this tiny kitten? Then, Dr. Chris must help a diamond python that was the victim of a hit and run.
Dr. Chris must try to help a five week old puppy with a rare condition. Will Chris’ water therapy help Munroe? Then, a cat and a snake are rushed into SASH after battling it out. Can Lisa save them both? And…a water dragon is holding some locals hostage…
Dr. Chris heads out to Coffs Harbor to help a very special patient. Bucky the dolphin was rescued when he was just a baby by Greg. 42 years later, Greg and Bucky have an incredible bond that is being threatened. Some suspicious looking lumps have appeared in Bucky’s mouth, and Greg’s worried it’s cancer. Can Dr. Chris find a way to save this enduring friendship?
Dr. Chris is called out to ensure that a litter of guide dog puppies are healthy and happy. Then, Dr. Chris’ beach holiday is cut short when he’s asked to help save a tiny fish with a large growth. Also, Dr. Chris steps foot inside the house of a 1000 cats.
Dr. Chris answers a call for help from May Dodd, the owner of an animal shelter for abandoned donkeys. One of her animals, Dusty, has developed a strange walk, and May’s hoping Dr. Chris can get to the bottom of this mysterious problem. At SASH, a miniature dachshund is becoming paralyzed. Can Lisa diagnose Sam in time?
A 500-pound pig needs his tusks trimmed at one of Chris' favorite animal sanctuaries. Also, a dog has a dangerously high temperature.
A baby Tasmanian devil injures its leg; a mother duck leads her ducklings into danger; a pug may have swallowed a safety pin.
Chris tries to save an emaciated swan caught in a soccer net; an owner brings in a cat that is suffering from a paralysis tick bite for the third time in a year.
Dr. Chris volunteers to care for some animals at the Kyabram Veterinary Clinic; a Bearded Dragon with a lump on its leg; a cow is unable to stand after giving birth; baby koala health assessment.
Two nicely groomed pooches are brought in; a bulldog struggling to breathe needs an operation.