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. A kitten is under siege from dangerous blood parasites. He later gets topless helping another puppy with a rare condition requiring some pool therapy. Tim must decide if removing the devil and hand rearing it is the best thing for mum and the baby. On this episode you will lose your heart to a brave golden retriever and her devoted owner. 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! An unforgettable story as Chris takes home a fragile baby kangaroo orphaned and in a bad way.
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. Has he suffered permanent nerve damage or a broken leg? Chris travels to the Barossa Valley in South Australia to help a little orphan lamb in need. 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. 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. Dr Chris must diagnose the problem so the beautiful birds can return to their penthouse home.
If Dr Chris doesn't act quickly in just a few hours the puppy will not be able to breathe at all. This is an unplanned pregnancy and Jen suspects the father is her own dog, Token. The distressed dog-sitters have been looking after Toby while his owners are holidaying in Queensland. Lisa and her husband have some exciting news to share with their two fur babies. Sash emergency vet Lisa Chimes has dealt with plenty of tick cases but she will never forget this one. 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.
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. How will Dr Lisa remove this cob? Although this little fella is white and fluffy, he is one tough cookie and refuses to give up without a fight. At the clinic, three month old rescue puppy Tyson is being fostered by a family for just one week. Will Pinot pull through or will a young girl be shattered? If Dr Lisa doesn't carry out emergency surgery, she will be dead within hours. Will Tyson survive the open heart surgery and have a happy future with his new family? Rosie has severely deformed legs and only major surgery can save her life. Buddy's system is shutting down because of a severe allergic reaction to a sting from a wasp. He discovers an infected nipple, which at first glance looks suspiciously like cancer.
Named Dazza - after the Brisbane Broncos rugby league star, Darren Lockyer - this little pocket rocket is making a last stand. Can Chris find an answer that will look after everybody's welfare? Her two little girls are now pinning their hopes on Chris to get Albert through the danger. Chris is called to a local crocodile park to treat a 5. This episode focuses on a miniature horse that is suffering from dwarfism disease and was not meant to survive past six months. 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. 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.
Little Lucu the dog has been attacked by a paralysis tick and the poison is rapidly shutting down her system. This little Bunny has an unrequited love for a much bigger, older woman called Archelina. Chris to save her tiny terrier. Blackie is having trouble having more babies and Dr Chris needs to find out why. Jonti was running away from the boisterous family dog when the drama broke out. This week Chris tends to little Sydney the cockatiel, who has been squashed in the nest by all his all too loving family. Blind in one eye, the cobra is angry and dangerous.
A worried young couple make a mercy dash to the clinic with a Wallaroo who is suffering from diarrhoea and severe dehydration. Her gaping wound needs to be treated before serious infection sets in. She is several days overdue and her owners are now worried the foal could have died or is in a breech position. He has something stuck in his bowel, which later is identified as a corn cob. Her owner, Allison, loves Lola and has asked Chris to find a way to stop the execution. It is a very delicate procedure and Dr Lisa needs to ensure that Jess' oesophagus isn't permanently damaged.
In Queensland, Tim arrives just in time for a rare event—hatching baby loggerhead turtles. Surgery to fuse her spine should have her walking again but a week later Jesse still has no movement in her back legs. 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. Tim Faulkner travels to a Tasmanian Devil Sanctuary to deal with a baby devil born at the wrong time of the year. 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. Also an abandoned baby goat has landed on the doorstep of the clinic.