On this episode of Bondi Vet, it's a tense night in the ER as Chris fights to save a policeman's pet which has been deliberately poisoned with snail bait. Add to that a mercy mission for a malnourished penguin washed up on Bondi Beach and a scary operation for a seven month old pup whose leg is disintegrating.
In Episode Two of Bondi Vet, Chris confronts a bizarre and shocking act of cruelty as a 12 year old cat is deliberately dumped in the Bondi surf and left to die. Viewers also get to meet a depressed parrot caught in a bizarre love triangle and Lisa must try and help a beautiful Samoyed survive a killer tick bite.
This week stand by for a ground breaking operation at the Bondi clinic. Elroy, the out of control bulldog is being de sexed and Chris is about to give him the very latest fake silicone testicles direct from the United States; Lisa hopes a blood transfusion can save a senior citizen and some very different patients including a sick owl spreading some nasty bugs and a turtle that's wandered way off track.
On this episode you will lose your heart to a brave golden retriever and her devoted owner. Rosie has severely deformed legs and only major surgery can save her life. How will owner Angus find the money and will the operation work? Chris also introduces us to one of Bondi's most delightful dog loving eccentrics and a cutting edge solution for a record breaking goat.
You will never forget Chris' desperate fight to save the life of an innocent hit and run victim. Lisa helps little Zoe battle a poisonous snake bite, we follow a lame lorikeet learning to fly again and we delve into the power of puppy school.
In this episode a much loved Labrador in trouble after a head on collision with a car and Lisa is in a race against time to find the cause of a mystery illness that is threatening the life of a five month old kitten. Chris heads to the bush and gets called out to help with a difficult birth.
An unforgettable story as Chris takes home a fragile baby kangaroo with the odds against him. Will the Joey make it without his mum? Plus a helping hand for a puppy with a life threatening problem and Chris confronts his archenemy - a Chihuahua with a mean streak.
This week, follow Chris behind bars and meet three beautiful pups who are changing prisoners' lives. A pregnant beagle faces a terrible ordeal as Lisa tries to save her life, a bunny makes the Bondi Vet cry and Chris' dog Rusty gets surfing lessons!
A worried young couple make a mercy dash to the clinic with a Wallaroo who is suffering from diarrhoea and severe dehydration. The couple rescued Heidi after her mum was hit by a car and have been caring for her ever since. After examining Heidi, Dr Chris concludes that she is 180 days old (6 months) and that bacteria are attacking her system. Meanwhile, over at Bondi's referral hospital SASH - one year old Dalmatian puppy Hugo is in serious trouble. He has something stuck in his bowel, which later is identified as a corn cob. How will Dr Lisa remove this cob? Also, John and Fiona travel over three hours to see Dr Chris in the hope that he can help their Shar-Pei dog - Mr Wilson. Poor Mr Wilson is slowly going blind. His skin folds over his eyes are so loose that his eyelashes are sitting on his eyeballs. Dr Chris proposes a drastic measure - some plastic surgery. Mr Wilson is set to receive an eye lift in order to save his sight. But how will this spoilt Shar-Pei survive being separated from his owners for the first time in his life?
Dr Chris escapes the Bondi clinic this episode to travel to the central coast of NSW to do vet checks at the Australian Reptile Park. His first patient Blackie is a very important Tasmanian Devil. She is one of the insurance colony that has been shipped over to the mainland to prevent the devils being wiped out by a shocking facial tumour epidemic. Blackie is having trouble having more babies and Dr Chris needs to find out why. He discovers an infected nipple, which at first glance looks suspiciously like cancer. While at the Reptile Park, Chris also treats one of his least favourite patients - an enormous Burmese python called Queen Bee. The majestic reptile has an infected tooth but she puts up a fight against the vet's well meaning advances. Meanwhile over at SASH, Dr Lisa treats a much loved cat ; Lucky - who has paracetamol poisoning. An antidote is needed immediately. Dr Chris also tackles a tricky rescue mission to try to save a mother and her three ducklings. The family have set up home in a disused swimming pool at a building site but the pool is full of rubbish and one duckling has already died. A new address is needed urgently but catching these subversive creatures is going to be very difficult.
Blackie the cat, an eight-month-old kitten, has been rushed into the Bondi clinic with shattered legs. It seems that it was a deliberate act of cruelty and Dr Chris needs to pull out all stops in order to save Blackie's life. Over at Bondi's emergency referral hospital SASH, a seven-year-old kelpie has been brought in with a bone stuck in her throat. Dr Lisa needs to perform an endoscopy to extract the bone from Jess' throat. It is a very delicate procedure and Dr Lisa needs to ensure that Jess' oesophagus isn't permanently damaged. An abandoned baby goat has landed on the doorstep of the clinic. Dr Chris and staff nurse Pan back to health and introduce her to a new beach lifestyle before she is rehoused at an historic mansion.
Two peregrine falcons that live at the top of a high rise shopping centre in busy Bondi Junction have been struck down with a mystery illness. Dr Chris must diagnose the problem so the beautiful birds can return to their penthouse home. Meanwhile over at Bondi's referral hospital SASH, a six year old retriever Jasmine is rushed in with a potential fatal gastric dilation volvulus (gdv). Her stomach has twisted and as a result blood can no longer pump to her heart. If Dr Lisa doesn't carry out emergency surgery, she will be dead within hours. Back at the Bondi clinic Dr Chris is going hopping mad (pun intended!) looking after a randy rabbit! This little Bunny has an unrequited love for a much bigger, older woman called Archelina. The problem is that the randy rabbit just won't leave his disinterested girlfriend alone. For Bunny, there's two choices: the snip; or find a new friend. What will Bunny's fate be?
Little Garfield has been mauled by another dog. His hysterical owner, Rita, is beseeching Dr Chris to save her tiny terrier. Although this little fella is white and fluffy, he is one tough cookie and refuses to give up without a fight. Maddie, a blind and diabetic 12 year old terrier is brought into the clinic to see Dr Chris. Her doting owner is forced to decide whether to restore her sight with cataract surgery, surgery that comes with numerous risks because of Maddie's age and condition. Dr Chris escapes Bondi and takes a road trip to Bateman's Bay on the south coast of New South Wales to check up on one of his favourite patients - Mr Wilson. Six weeks ago Dr Chris gave Mr Wilson an eyelift to stop him from going blind and it's now time to see whether the operation has been a success. While he's in the area, Dr Chris pops into Mogo Zoo where he catches up with some old friends and gets plenty of loving from some unusual animals.
In an after hours emergency six month old Boxer puppy has been rushed into the Bondi clinic to see Dr Chris. Buddy's system is shutting down because of a severe allergic reaction to a sting from a wasp. His face is badly swollen and his airwaves are constricting. If Dr Chris doesn't act quickly in just a few hours the puppy will not be able to breathe at all. Dr Chris is also forced to make an emergency trip to see a valuable breeding mare - Harriet. She is several days overdue and her owners are now worried the foal could have died or is in a breech position. Meanwhile over at SASH, a much loved family pet, 11 year old golden retriever Jesse, has been brought into see Dr Lisa, after it was hit by a car and suffered a broken back. Surgery to fuse her spine should have her walking again but a week later Jesse still has no movement in her back legs. Her devoted family refuse to give up hope. A tiny puggle with a foot fetish refuses to let anybody clip his nails. Named Dazza - after the Brisbane Broncos rugby league star, Darren Lockyer - this little pocket rocket is making a last stand. Can Dr Chris tackle this problem? And we check up on the progress of one of your favourites, Rosie, the beautiful golden retriever who underwent a major operation to fix her deformed front legs.
At the clinic, three month old rescue puppy Tyson is being fostered by a family for just one week. But when foster Mum Melissa takes the puppy to Chris for a routine check-up she is confronted with terrible news - Tyson needs major heart surgery or he will die. Despite the expense, the family decides to adopt Tyson because they know no one else will give him a home in his condition. Will Tyson survive the open heart surgery and have a happy future with his new family?
Two boxer puppies are found by police wandering the streets. One has been hit by a car and is coughing up blood. Chris is called to rescue the brothers. First, he must treat the hit and run victim but then it becomes his mission to track down their owners and prevent them going to an animal shelter. The trouble is Chris is bonding with the puppies and is going to find it hard to let go.
This episode focuses on a miniature horse that is suffering from dwarfism disease and was not meant to survive past six months. However his loving owner and a dedicate band of vets have beaten the odds and kept two year old Koda alive. Australia's smallest horse is also a regular visitor at the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne and lights up the lives of hundreds of sick kids.
Jasper, a beautiful kelpie, is brought to Chris in a terrible state. A knock to the head as a puppy has caused severe balance problems but his condition is now deteriorating rapidly. His loving owner Heidi already has a baby to look after but she is constantly assisting Jasper and cannot bear the thought of losing him.
Jen brings in her son's dog Jewel to Dr Chris to find out if she's expecting. The complication? This is an unplanned pregnancy and Jen suspects the father is her own dog, Token. X rays prove Jewel is having a football team of puppies. YA king cobra at the Australian Reptile Park needs urgent attention to remove scales stuck to his right eye. But getting hold of one of the world's most venomous snakes is a frightening experience. Blind in one eye, the cobra is angry and dangerous.
Chris has some challenges ahead of him! First is a beautiful pig who is about to become pork chops if she keeps digging up the family property with her broken nose ring. Her owner, Allison, loves Lola and has asked Chris to find a way to stop the execution. While the solution is simple - a new nose ring - sedating an angry pig turns out to be a tough challenge. Then, naughty Alfred has kidnapped his big brother's guinea pig and taken her onto the trampoline. Unfortunately the game has ended in tears with a paralysed Sugar rushed into the clinic. Will Sugar ever walk again and will Hugo ever forgive his little brother?
Honey the Spoodle has taken a death defying leap out of a car doing 40 kms an hour to chase down a cat. Somehow she has survived but just how serious are her injuries? Meanwhile in nearby Coogee, the search and rescue police have been called out to try to help a kitten trapped underneath a car bonnet. But the stray has other ideas and disappears into the night despite all the locals joining in the search. Will Chris find the stray and will she be ok?
In this one hour special Dr Chris gets the opportunity of a lifetime - the chance to go to Africa and work on native animals. First up he is off to the Kingdom of the White Lion Sanctuary, where he meets Kevin Richardson, a South African known as the lion whisperer who has been hand rearing lions for 15 years. Chris has the opportunity to operate on two lions with facial tumours- but what he doesn't know is that the last vet that visited was bitten when a lion woke up!
This week Chris tends to little Sydney the cockatiel, who has been squashed in the nest by all his all too loving family. Has he suffered permanent nerve damage or a broken leg? It looks like a lost cause until Chris comes up with a radical treatment which involves a pencil, Pilates and some sticky tape
Betty, a young greyhound who wasn't fast enough on the track has been dumped. Can Chris nurse her back to health and will anyone want to give a home to a washed up greyhound? Then, Chris is about to be confronted with the smallest patient he has ever handled. Twelve year old Elliot's much loved pet mouse, Pinot has developed a massive, cancerous tumour, but surgery on such a pint sized patient is going to be a real challenge. Will Pinot pull through or will a young girl be shattered?
Little Lucu the dog has been attacked by a paralysis tick and the poison is rapidly shutting down her system. A round-the-clock watch is needed to keep this innocent victim alive. But will it be enough? Then, Lisa is confronted with a horrifying emergency as Jonti the cat is rushed in with a gaping hole in his neck. Jonti was running away from the boisterous family dog when the drama broke out. Nobody is sure exactly what happened but the shocking wound has carved throught the cat's muscles and is only millimetres away from his jugular vein. Later on, Chris is given the run-around when he is called out to help Dorothy the Emu - but how do you treat a patient you can't even catch? Helping Dorothy may turn out to be Chris' toughest case for some time.
It’s a busy time at the clinic for Chris this week- a morning walk has gone tragically wrong for Tigger andhis distressed owner Bernadette. A street cleaner spooked the five year old and sent him charging into a car. Chris is trying to calm them both down to find out the extent of Tigger’s injuries. Then, a large tick has been found and removed from the loveable chubby Albert. The only problem is 24 hours later he’s suddenly deteriorated. Owner Penny is feeling guilty and blames herself for not coming to the vet sooner. Her two little girls are now pinning their hopes on Chris to get Albert through the danger. Meanwhile, Dr Lisa is out of SASH and on her way to help a special friend. 15 year old Pearl used to be the star of the show at the Pet Porpoise Pool in Coffs Harbour. The much loved fur seal was rescued on a beach when she was 2 after a fishing hook blinded her right eye, now a cataract in her left eye has left her blind and terrified. A special surgical team is being sent in to try to restore her eyesight and quality of life, but putting a seal under anaesthetic is high risk and there are no guarantees Pearl will survive the operation.
Chris heads to Coffs Harbor to Dolphin Marine Magic, where one of the greatest friendships between man and animal exists.
A critically ill swan has been found caught up in soccer net in a suburban backyard.
A story that is sure to touch your heart. Poppy is a native Fijian dog whose nose was cut off in a horrific hunting accident. Now Dr Chris Brown has gone to Fiji to bring the pup back to Australia for major reconstructive surgery and hopefully give poppy a whole new life with an adopted family.
Chris travels to the Barossa Valley in South Australia to help a little orphan lamb in need. One year old Hero has been vomiting all day and his owners are worried he’s been up to his old tricks, eating rocks from their backyard. Tim Faulkner leaves the Australian Reptile Park and joins the rangers at Devil Arc to find out if the crucial Tasmanian Devil breeding program is working and whether it can save the species from extinction. As Tim tries to find out if any of the female devils are pregnant, he is confronted by a sick Joey. Tim must decide if removing the devil and hand rearing it is the best thing for mum and the baby.
Chris heads to South Australia to meet a three-month-old baby Cheetah that's about to get the biggest test of her life.
Splodge the Escape Artist, Randy Rabbit, Malnourished Platypus A tough case for Lisa. She fears a much loved cat is suffering from a rare disease. A malnourished platypus has been found wandering lost on a suburban road, and a rabbit won’t leave his disinterested girlfriend alone.
Mr Wilson the Shar-Pei puppy, Martha the Alligator, Cheeky the Bird, Polar the Samoyed Mr Wilson is a repeat story (s1e9) Chris is hoping an eyelift will allow a Shar-Pei puppy to finally see the world. Plus, one of the oldest alligators at the Reptile Park has been attacked by a young male. Her gaping wound needs to be treated before serious infection sets in.
Chris heads out to the donkey shelter in Victoria, Andrew the Orphan, Poppy is ready for adoption
Oscar & Cora the Police Dogs, Christina the Difficult Calf, Leah the Pregnant Maltese. Chris swaps the city for the country as he heads to the Kyabram Vet Clinic in country Victoria to help out an old mate.
Chris' country locum at the Kyabram Veterinary Clinic continues, and some of his patients are a little out of the ordinary. Sam the Miniature Dachshund, Harriet the Bearded Dragon, Feeding Elvis the Croc
Chris helps out at one of his favourite animal sanctuaries, where a 220-kilo pig needs his dangerously long tusks trimmed, but removing them isn't going to be easy.
Chris faces a porker of a decision as he helps a young family choose a very unusual pet - a Mini Pig. Lisa tends to a Border Collie with a mysterious illness.
Interrupted North QLD Holiday. Chris helps a crocodile with a broken jaw, and an endangered sea turtle, while visiting the city of Cairns.
Johnny the Pelican, Nala the Goldie puppy, Tim has fun with some newborn tiger snakes. It's adoption day for Poppy. A ten-week-old golden retriever has been rushed to Sash with an extremely swollen face but her protective owner isn't willing to part with her baby.
Gizmo the orphan, Shiver the pom, Tim relocates a croc, Chris visits an american hero. Chris takes a trip to the USA to catch up with Faith, the world's only bipedal dog and Tim has been called to the Hunter Valley Zoo for a dangerous mission.
The crazy cat lady, 3 poodle brothers, Jemima the english short-haired pointer, the skateboarding bulldog Chris is in the U.S. where he meets a lady with a serious feline fetish, and the world's fastest skateboarding dog.
Hit-run dog collapses in a designer dress shop, Ava the cavie ingests something she shouldn't have, Mother Koala lost her baby, Woody hanging from a window A bizarre emergency as police are called to cut out a dog stuck between window bars. And a King Charles cavalier spaniel has raided her Mum’s lingerie drawer and eaten a pink g-string.
Chris confronts his archenemy...a Chihuahua with a mean streak. Then Chris is called out to help a depressed parrot caught in a bizarre love triangle.
Chris goes behind bars, Wilson gets stood on by owner, Tim collects croc eggs, Chris gets asked to help Charlie the horse Chris heads to Victoria in response to an SOS from a young volunteer at Safe Haven Horse rescue.
Mel the spider monkey, Lisa helps family pick great dane puppies, Peregrine falcon has a problem, Bazza the Koala hiding from his 4 girlfriends, Oliver the lab, Lisa has big announcement. Chris is at Hunter Valley Zoo to check on one of the oldest residents; a 30-year-old spider monkey. Lisa and her husband have some exciting news to share with their two fur babies.
James the Pig's digging problem, Unbalanced Cavie, Poodle puppy eats sowing needle, Chris gives free vet care to homeless peoples pets, Tim relocates croc causing problems Chris and Neil, Bondi clinics Head Vet and nurse, volunteer their time at a charity clinic called Pets in the Park. .
Chris travels to Thailand to work with a wildlife crusader. It's a touching and sometimes confronting journey.
Dr Chris Brown calls on the help of SASH specialist surgeon Dr Andrew Marchevsky, who is forced to look overseas for answers to this rare and baffling case involving a beautiful five month old border collie puppy. Injured stray, Cheetah not eating, Lisa has her baby.
Dr Chris Brown heads to the northern jungles of Kenya to visit a brave Aussie zoo keeper fighting to save some of the world's most endangered animals.
Archie the Poisoned Lab puppy, Harley the staffy's owner goes fishing and catches his dog instead of a fish, Chris comes to the rescue of a terrified grandmother, Rosie the deformed Goldie(repeat from S1E4), tiny wallaroo fights for her life (repeat from S1E9) Rosie has severely deformed legs, and only major surgery can save her life. How will owner Angus find the money, and will the operation work? And, a Labrador puppy has been raced into the clinic suffering uncontrollable convulsions.
Chris helps a Norwich terrier struggling to deliver her first litter of pups. Later, Chris meets an eight-month-old kitten whose back legs desperately need surgery and Lisa is forced out of her comfort zone with an injured reptile. Chris makes an emergency night call to help a Norwich terrier struggling to deliver her first litter of pups. Also an abandoned baby goat has landed on the doorstep of the clinic.
Toby, a little schnoodle, is rushed to SASH after being run over by a taxi on a busy road. The distressed dog-sitters have been looking after Toby while his owners are holidaying in Queensland. Can Chris save Toby's punctured lung? A four-week-old lamb with a broken leg has been dumped at an animal farm. Chris takes the lamb back to the clinic to try to save his fractured leg and his life. Plus, an emergency night call for Chris as a little schnoodle is rushed in after being run over by a taxi on a busy road.
An unforgettable story as Chris takes home a fragile baby kangaroo orphaned and in a bad way. With the odds against him, Chris gives his all to help this little orphan overcome the odds. A 16-month-old dachshund won’t leave the new born calves alone and is in real danger of getting a kick to the head. Plus, an unforgettable story as Chris takes home a fragile baby kangaroo orphaned and in a bad way. With the odds against him, Chris gives his all to help this little orphan overcome the odds.
Two peregrine falcons that live at the top of a high rise shopping centre have been struck down with a mystery illness. Plus, Chris gets in the middle of a domestic drama when a man brings his girlfriend's dog into the clinic after it was bitten by his own dog.
A bulldog receives a ground-breaking operation at the Bondi clinic. A kitten is under siege from dangerous blood parasites. Little Garfield has been mauled by another dog. His hysterical owner, Rita is beseeching Dr. Chris to save her tiny terrier. Turns out this little fella may be white and fluffy but he’s also one tough cookie.
A snapping turtle at the Australian Reptile Park needs to be weighed but just getting him out of his enclosure requires a team of willing staff. Plus, Georgie, a small rescue dog, is brought in to the clinic to see Dr Chris Brown. Georgie has a growth on her leg and Chris discovers another lump in her mammary glands that is possibly more sinister.
Dr. Chris Brown is heading to the Halls Gap Zoo in Western Victoria where a Lemur has an infection in her tooth that could become a major problem for little lemur. Plus, he is also asked to take a look at some of their sheep that have hoof issues, but nothing is ever as simple as it seems when these sheep turn out to have long sharp horns and a very skittish behaviour.
In this special episode of Bondi Vet, take a look back at some of the most extreme cases that Dr Chris Brown, Dr Lisa Chimes and their team have ever faced. In the middle of the night, Chris is called out to a women's prison to help a golden retriever in trouble. She is about to give birth to a huge litter of puppies that are earmarked to become assistance dogs.
A police officer has rescued a twelve week old puppy and rushed her into the Bondi clinic. The puppy was found sweltering in forty degree heat in a plastic handbag and the culprit has been arrested. Also, get ready for a long night as Dr. Chris helps a dog named Jewel deliver a football team of puppies and SASH deals with a snake bite victim.
Take a look back at some of Dr Chris Brown's and Dr Lisa Chimes' more memorable animal encounters, from a thrill seeking cat to a 14 week old bunny which turns out to be one of Chris's toughest cases. A heron mum has decided to have her family on a luxury boat in one of Sydney's exclusive harbour marinas. The only problem is the three chicks are growing up and destroying the boat. Can Chris find an answer that will look after everybody's welfare?
Chris is in Cairns working at the local Marlin Coast Vet Clinic. He has a busy time in the tropic north treating a large crocodile that lost a fight and a monster phython which is eating local pets. Chris is called to a local crocodile park to treat a 5.4 metre monster with savage wounds to his snout after coming off second best in a fight. Lisa must deal with Golden Retriever who collapsed while running in the park and is now in serious trouble.
A small dog is suffering from a large heart mumur that without immediate surgey could be fatal at any moment. Chris entrusts this operation to the one person that can pull it off, Dr Andrew Marchevsky. Tim Faulkner travels to a Tasmanian Devil Sanctuary to deal with a baby devil born at the wrong time of the year.
Chris is attending to an extremely rare case. Charity the lamb was born without hooves on her right side and without some form of intervention, her life will be cut short. Chris suggests something untried on a sheep in Australia : prosthetic hooves. Plus, a tiny pup is brought into SASH presenting all the signs of the deadly and highly contagious Parvo Virus.
When goat Monty enters the Bondi Vet Clinic, the vet nurses are all smitten until they discovery what the cute four week old is harbouring on his skin. Meanwhile, Dr. Chris heads to the Melbourne Sealife Aquarium to assist in their shark artificial insemination program which includes catching the shark!
Ziggy the cat has a big problem - he weighs almost a third more than he should. Chris needs to re-educate both the cat and the devoted owner, to ensure the cat's deteriorating health is not compromised further. Plus, a young French Bulldog's airways are so blocked it is having trouble breathing and needs surgery. At the Australian Reptile Park, Tim Faulkner helps train-up his staff to handle some of the world's most venomous snakes ... without anyone getting bitten.
In a mix of classic moments, this episode revisits the escapades of ‘Big Mumma’, an enormous Scrub Python rumoured to be 7 metres long! Dr Chis and Tim head to a Ladies Boat Club in Cairns to find ‘Big Mumma’ and her male suitors who have been reeking structural damage and frightening off the local club members. A green turtle epidemic in far north Queensland is distressing locals who are finding the marine reptiles stranded on beaches starving to death. How will Chris help? Also, a three-month-old puppy needs major heart surgery and a miniature schnauzer has bitten a deadly puffer fish on the beach but is fighting through the poison.
In a mix of cliff-hanging classic moments, Honey the Spoodle has jumped out of a speeding car to pursue her nemesis, Mario the next door neighbour’s cat. Sash emergency vet Lisa Chimes has dealt with plenty of tick cases but she will never forget this one. Dr Chris Brown makes an emergency visit to the Australian Reptile Park when two Tassie Devils babies are struck down with a mystery illness leaving them close to death. Blinky the Koala has a painful eye condition.
In the final ep for 2014, an oldie but a goodie, Dr Chris goes all out to find homes for two run away brothers, the boxer pups were found wandering the streets by police in Sydney’s Maroubra. He later gets topless helping another puppy with a rare condition requiring some pool therapy. Plus an extraordinary story of love and dedication at SASH.
In the Bondi clinic, Dr Chris treats a tiny kitten who has been born with a badly twisted back leg. At just three days old, she's one of the youngest kittens Dr Chris has ever seen at the clinic. In Queensland, Tim arrives just in time for a rare event—hatching baby loggerhead turtles. Plus, Chris must treat a three-day-old kitten with a badly twisted back leg, and three adorable little pups have been found running loose on the side of a busy Sydney road .
Dr Chris Brown heads out to sea to help save an endangered Grey Nurse shark which has been spotted entangled in a fishing line. He is also called on to assist a young duck in trouble.
A critically ill swan has been found caught up in a soccer net in a suburban backyard. The bird is emaciated and running out of time. Can Dr Chris save the swan before it is too late?
Dr Chris helps out at the Marlin Coast veterinary hospital in Cairns. His first patient is a young dog who has had a nasty encounter with a hedgecutter.
Chris helps out at the Marlin Coast Veterinary Hospital in Cairns, his first patient is a rare Fijian iguana called Ako. The Iguana hasn't been himself and isn't eating properly.
A little joey has been brought into the clinic for surgery after its mother was hit and killed by a car. It's a heart stopping moment when Dr Chris finds if the risky surgery has been a success.
Tim Faulkner joins the rangers at Devil Arc to find out if the Tasmanian Devil breeding program is working and whether it can save the species from extinction. Plus, Chris helps a crook crocodile.
Dr.Chris heads to Dolphin Marine Magic where one of the greatest friendships between man and animal exists. Trainer Greg is concerned Bucky the dolphin has cancer. Can Chris save their friendship?
At Sydney's Small Animal Specialist Hospital, a deadly brown snake has bitten Lexie. The little schnauzer is unable to walk and is in a critical condition. Can Dr Lisa Chimes save this sick schnauzer?
A homeless cat is waiting for adoption at the Bondi Clinic. After Chris' sad loss of his beloved cat George, vet nurses think they have found the perfect match. Has Chris met his new furry friend?
The Australian Reptile Park General Manager, Tim Faulkner pays Chris a visit with a baby Tasmanian devil who has injured his leg. Will Chris survive his encounter with this angry little devil?
Dr Chris Brown performs an extraordinary transformation on a cormorant bird that is missing half its top beak. Plus, Dr Lisa Chimes takes time out to host the annual Dog Lovers Show in Sydney.
Will Dr. Chris be able to help Hugo the redneck wallaby who has developed a worrying lump on his ear? Steve is forced to operate on 5 month old bulldog Bryan throat and Tim tries to tame some sheep.
Dr. Chris attempts to catch fast moving sea turtles for an important research project. Meanwhile, Dr. Lisa helps a puppy with an upset tummy and Tim rescues a baby Echidna.
Chris must come up with a radical plan to give a young pug with an extremely long tongue a better quality of life. Meanwhile, Lisa must act fast to save Pickles the cat who was attacked by a tick.
Dr. Chris Brown follows three families as they take on the responsibility of owning their very first puppy.