Dr. Diarra Blue graduated from Tuskegee University Vet School...
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Dr. Blue offers a client some helpful advice when it comes to feeding her pet chameleon. Crickets, anyone?
Why Won't My Chameleon Eat?
Now that Dr. Ross is on the mend, our vets are wondering how soon he can get back to the clinic!
Dr. Ross is on the Road to Recovery
When an exam reveals that Charlie has a bad case of bladder stones, Dr. Blue has to perform surgery to take them out.
Charlie and a Bladder Full of Stones
While examining a dog named Chloe, Drs. Blue and Lavigne receive a scary phone call from Dr. Ross's wife, Tauvia.
A Routine Exam is Interrupted by Bad News
With his beloved Bambi at his side, Dr. Blue talks about what having animals in his life means, while offering some great tips to keeping your pet happy and healthy.
Bambi and Dr. Blue Talk About The Importance of Pets
Dr. Ross returns to the clinic after his car accident, but is he taking on too much too soon?
Dr. Ross and an Anaconda Named Annie
When Buttercup goes into labor earlier than anticipated, it's up to Dr. Lavigne and the Cy-Fair vet techs to deliver her puppies.
The Race is on to Deliver a Litter of Frenchie Pups
Not long after her caesarian section, Buttercup is on the mend and her pups are thriving.
Buttercup and Her Pups Get a Clean Bill of Health
Drs. Ross and Blue are faced with an unusual request from a client. But can they catch the goats first?
GPS: Goat Positioning System
A visit to a local farm turns into an emergency for the vets.
A Goat in Labor Sends Ross and Blue into Action
After swallowing a sock and requiring surgery, Thanos is back to being a happy and healthy pit bull puppy.
Sock Dog Thanos Makes a Full Recovery
Dr. Ross has an idea for a mobile clinic, but do Drs. Blue and Lavigne share his vision?
The Vet Life on Wheels
The vets and their families come together for a photoshoot to promote the clinic's new trailer.
The Vets and Their Pets Get Ready for Their Close Up
Jazzy is ready to take off, thanks to Dr. Lavigne and her new wheelchair.
A Paralyzed Dachshund Gets a Second Chance with a Pair of Wheels
Our three vets look back on their experiences in the profession and offer advice for those who wish to pursue a career in veterinary medicine.
What Does It Mean to Be an African American Veterinarian?
Flooding around Houston has landed a tiger in the care of our vets.
Ross and Lavigne Take a Walk on the Wild Side