Quality Veterinary Care for Birds, Reptiles & Small Mammals in Leighton
We understand that caring for your exotic pet necessitates specialized knowledge and experience, so you can rest easy knowing that your loved ones are in capable hands.
Our team is committed to providing proper exotic vet care for birds, reptiles, and small mammals so that they can live long and healthy lives. We're also available to help you if your pets aren't feeling well.
Our Leighton team of experts is well-versed in the care of birds, reptiles, and small mammals, and can provide you with the knowledge you need to keep your exotic pet looking and feeling great. We also provide care for large mammals.
Caring for Your Exotic Pet: Common Questions Answered
We provide routine wellness and preventive care services for your bird or other exotic pet at All Animal Clinic. Exotic pets can be seen for medical or behavioral issues as well.
Wellness & Preventive Care
Birds and other exotic pets, like cats and dogs, benefit from regular veterinary care to help them live a long, happy, and healthy life. Our veterinarians are trained in the special care and husbandry requirements, as well as veterinary treatment, that these animals require.
Our veterinarian will examine your pet's housing, nutrition, and care during the initial wellness visit. A comprehensive physical examination will be performed. When necessary, health screening tests and pet vaccinations will be discussed and recommended. Any concerns you may have about husbandry, health, or behavior will be discussed with our veterinarian, who will also answer any questions you may have. Recommendations will be tailored to your pet's and family's specific needs.
- What can I expect at a vet visit for exotic pets?
Sick Pet Visits & Daytime Emergencies
Our veterinarian can examine birds and other exotic pets with health or behavior issues. We accept walk-in and work-in emergencies for exotic pets.
What is an exotic mammal?
Rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, hedgehogs, chinchillas, rats, mice, hamsters, and gerbils are examples of exotic mammals. Many exotic pets are prey species in the wild, and as a result, they can hide illness symptoms until it is quite advanced, which is why preventive veterinary care is critical.
What is the avian species?
The avian species encompasses everything that has to do with birds. These small exotic animals have grown in popularity as pets among those looking for intelligent, affectionate companions with plenty of personalities.
Many wild birds are prey species, and as a defense mechanism against predators, they may hide signs of illness, making consistent, qualified preventive veterinary care critical to their health and well-being.
What are reptiles?
Reptiles are vertebrates that breathe air. They have a special skin made of bony plates, hard scales, or a combination of the two, and they shed an outer layer of skin regularly. Iguanas, tortoises, lizards, turtles, snakes, and other reptiles are among them.
Habitat and diet must be meticulously maintained to give your pet reptile the best chance at a healthy life. The importance of preventive care cannot be overstated.
Exotic Pets We Treat
At All Animal Clinic, we provide dedicated veterinary care for many types of exotic pets, including:
Parrots, finches, canaries, backyard poultry, and others.
Ferrets, rabbits, pot-bellied pigs, guinea pigs, chinchillas, hamsters, gerbils, sugar gliders, hedgehogs, and others.
Reptiles & Amphibians
Lizards, turtles and tortoises, snakes, and others.
Wildlife & Farm Animals
Cows, horses, donkeys, goats, sheep, and others.