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The Vet Life follows three vets on their day-to-day adventures servicing the animals of Cypress, Texas. Dr. Diarra Blue, Dr. Aubrey Ross, and Dr. Michael Lavigne attended the College of Veterinary Medicine at the famed Tuskegee University together. After graduation, they came together to open the Cy-Fair Animal Hospital in order to treat pets and provide health and preventative information to owners.

The show focuses not only on the business side of running a veterinary hospital, but also the challenges it introduces to the doctors' personal lives. Viewers gain an in-depth look into their relationships with families, friends and patients.

The Vet Life is a series that is currently running and has 100 seasons (54 episodes). The series first aired on June 4, 2016.

Where do I stream The Vet Life online? The Vet Life is available for streaming on Animal Planet, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Vet Life on demand at Philo, Amazon, Vudu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes, Animal Planet, Science Channel, Discovery Life online.

Saturday 10:00 PM et/pt on Animal Planet
100 Seasons, 54 Episodes
June 4, 2016
Nature, Reality
Cast: Diarra Blue, Michael Lavigne, Aubrey J. Ross
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The Vet Life Full Episode Guide

  • Dr. Lavigne must remove tumors from an older dog, while Dr. Ross tries to save a rabbit's foot that's been damaged by a dog attack. Before he can compete with Dr. Ross in a puppy-training competition, Dr. Blue visits farm to castrate an aggressive donkey.

  • Dr. Ross performs a life-altering surgery on a sweet pup given a second chance at life, while Dr. Lavigne examines a prickly pet. After treating an injured owl, Dr. Blue joins Dr. Ross on pig farm to examine a cute litter of tiny piglets that are sick.

  • In an enhanced episode, historic flooding in Houston forces the clinic to give safety to lost animals, including a puppy that became ill from contaminated water. Also: A tiger is discovered loose in a neighborhood.

  • Dr. Ross gains a mobile medical unit for community outreach and Dr. Blue's sibling gives it the works; Dr. Ross assists an abscessed iguana; Dr. Lavigne supplies a paraplegic dachshund new wheels.

  • Behind the scenes of Dr. Blue and Dr. Ross assisting a client at their goat farm; Dr. Lavigne saves a puppy with an obstruction in its belly.

  • The doctors talk about extraordinary cases they will never forget, like a miracle puppy birth and a dangerous bull on the loose.

  • The docs are on double duty when Dr. Ross brings his daughter into the clinic. A dog is rushed to Dr. Lavigne after suffering multiple seizures and Dr. Blue performs a tricky surgery. The staff must tame a feisty feline patient.

  • Police rescue a turtle caught on fishing line, and it's up to Dr. Ross to unhook him; Dr. Blue waits for test results after performing dental surgery on a loveable dachshund; Dr. Lavigne gives a stray cat first-class treatment.

  • Dr. Lavigne performs a doggy nose job to help a pug with bad breathing problems. Dr. Blue urgently treats Hardtime, a dog who's facing hard times battling heart disease. An opossum with a traumatic injury needs Dr. Ross's help.

  • A chicken is rushed to Dr. Ross after being attacked by a coyote. When a Great Dane mix has a seizure, Dr. Lavigne uncovers multiple issues. A surprise serenade at the clinic musically inspires Dr. Blue.

  • We follow three vets and their families as they begin new lives and careers in Houston. It's a big move to a big state, but they dream big, and they're determined to make this work -- for their families, and for the animals of Houston.

  • The doctors prepare to open a new clinic but are apprehensive about a promise they made to each other regarding the event. Dr. Ross tends to a frizzle hen's eye problem while Dr. Blue is alarmed by a bulldog's burst mammary gland.