The Vet Life is headed to Houston. This week, Animal Planet announced the TV show’s third season will debut in January.
The new season will follow Houston area-based vets as they struggle with the effects of Hurricane Harvey. Season three of The Vet Life premieres on Animal Planet on January 13th at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
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With their Houston area-based veterinary practice flourishing, Dr. Diarra Blue, Dr. Aubrey Ross and Dr. Michael Lavigne are eager to continue serving their loyal clientele including loving family cats and dogs as well as farm and other animals. This season, as the Doctors simultaneously balance their work and personal lives with wives and kids, they must also support one another more than ever before as unexpected events challenge and inspire them. The third season of THE VET LIFE premieres Saturday, January 13 at 10 P.M. ET/PT.
The season premiere of THE VET LIFE follows the Cy-Fair Animal Hospital reopening after being closed due to Hurricane Harvey. While the vets work around the clock to save animals and aid family and staff that have lost everything, Hurricane Harvey hits close to home for Dr. Blue when it directly affects his family. Other stories this season include Dr. Blue traveling to a Vegan cattle ranch to stop an unexpected cow baby boom, Dr. Ross dealing with a trio of mischievous ferrets with a skin condition, and Dr. Lavigne performing a knee surgery on an old English bulldog after the dog’s rescue from a puppy mill.
With work keeping the doctors busier than ever this season, each must find the work/life balance that works best for them as they make the time for monumental life events, such as Dr. Blue’s fifth wedding anniversary renewal in Las Vegas, giving their kids driving lessons, and exciting family camping trips.
THE VET LIFE is produced for Animal Planet by Glass Entertainment Group with Argle Bargle Films. For Glass Entertainment Group, Nancy Glass is the executive producer. For Argle Bargle Films, Shannon Biggs and Jairus Cobb are executive producers. For Animal Planet, Keith Hoffman is executive producer and Sarah Russell is producer.”
What do you think? Do you watch The Vet Life? Will you watch the new season?