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Exotic pets are fascinating animals that can enrich our lives and broaden our understanding of the animal kingdom and the world we live in. To properly care for exotic animals we need a thorough understanding of natural behavior, environment and diet.
Many exotic pets are prey animals and they are experts at masking their feelings and hiding illnesses, so as not to become a target for a predator. With regular veterinary examinations we can establish baseline weights, identify body condition, discuss diet, housing and environmental enrichment. All are important in providing responsible care of of our exotic companions.
Transport your small mammals and birds to our clinic in secure airline kennels or carriers. Bring any treats that may help calm your pet. Always include food for herbivores.
Bring amphibians and reptiles in insulated coolers with heat packs if cold outside. We can augment physical examinations with other diagnostic tests such as blood testing, radiographs and parasite checks. Preventative medicine can help us better provide for the exotic animals we have taken into our homes.