We know that rabbits are delicate creatures that require specialized care. Our team is knowledgeable in their unique requirements for anesthetic and surgical protocols, as well as medications and every day maintenance.
1. Are all of your Veterinarians able to see my rabbit?
While all of our full time Veterinarians are able to see rabbits, some of our locums may not. We recommend calling to schedule an appointment, so we can make sure to schedule you with an appropriate Veterinarian.
2. Do you offer maintenance nail and teeth trims for rabbits?
Yes, our technicians are available for maintenance trims. If you have any concerns about your rabbits teeth, or any other health concerns, we recommend booking an appointment with one of our Veterinarian's for a full exam
3. Do you offer surgical procedures on rabbits?
Yes, we offer the same surgical services to rabbit patients as we do the other animals we see, with the understanding that rabbits can be a higher risk during anesthesia. It's important to talk with your veterinarian about the benefit of any procedure to asses if it outweighs the risk.
Often considered easy starter pets, we know that truthfully, a lot of care goes into keeping these little guys at their best. Our veterinary team is knowledgeable about mice, rats, pot-bellied pigs, hedgehogs, ferrets, guinea pigs and other exotic pets. We provide medical assessments, preventive care and are able to perform surgical procedures on your little friend!
1. What services do you offer for small mammals?
We offer all the same services for small mammals as we do for any other pet we see in clinic, including physical exams, medications, lab work, radiographs and surgical procedures
2. Are all your Veterinarians able to see my small mammal?
Currently, all of our full time veterinarians see small mammals, however, some locums may not be able to. We always recommend calling the clinic to schedule as appointment, so we can ensure the right doctor is available for your pet
3. Do you have any restrictions on the small mammals you see?
Big and small, we see them all! From the tiny guys like mice and hamsters, to those a little larger such as guinea pigs and rats, we're happy to see any type of small mammal you have. We've even seen some less common species such as sugar gliders and pot belly pigs!
We know the unique physiology of these animals requires unique care, and we are happy to offer it. Reptiles have complex husbandry requirements to keep them happy and healthy. We love to share our knowledge on appropriate enclosures, properly regulated temperatures and humidity, lighting, and proper substrates (ground covering) to help you provide the best care for your reptile. Reptiles can also suffer from a variety of diseases, some of which can cause serious respiratory, gastrointestinal, and liver problems. They also commonly harbour internal and external parasites, including hookworms, roundworms, protozoan parasites, mites, and ticks.
1. What services do you offer for reptiles?
We offer all the same services for reptiles as we do for any other pet we see in clinic, including physical exams, medications, lab work, radiographs and surgical procedures
2. Are all your Veterinarians able to see my reptile?
Currently, all of our full time veterinarians see reptiles, however, some locums may not be able to. We always recommend calling the clinic to schedule as appointment, so we can ensure the right doctor is available for your pet
3. Do you have any restrictions on the reptiles you see?
Only one! For the safety of our staff, we are unable to see snakes over 6 feet in length