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We care for all types of exotic pets.

Our veterinarians and staff are experienced with numerous types of exotic pets… ferrets, rabbits, guinea pigs, reptiles, rats, turtles, and more.

Like other pets, exotic pets have unique needs. The care of your exotic pet is important to all of us at Town and Country Animal Hospital.

Exotic pets need careful feeding, care, and maintenance. At Town and Country Animal Hospital, we can provide you the guidance to properly care for your exotic pet. Ongoing veterinary care can help you manage dangerous parasites or diseases and we can assist you in finding the best treatment plans.

If you are an exotic pet owner and are seeking an experienced veterinarian for a checkup or to address a specific issue, contact us today.

We are aware of the special needs of exotic pets and our state of the art facility is equipped with all of the special equipment and resources needed to treat these special patients.

Our facilities include:

  • Digital radiology
  • Specialized exotic equipment
  • Endoscopy
  • Exotic pet boarding

We have a large waiting room with room to separate your pet from other incoming patients, and we will work with you and your pet on an individual basis to prevent any discomfort in our reception area.

Please be sure your exotic pet is properly restrained in a safe carrier for transport to Town and Country Animal Hospital.

All our staff are pet owners themselves and understand what you and your pet are experiencing when you visit TCAH.

Our services are designed to care for the full range of your exotic pet’s needs.

Exotic pet services include:

  • Annual physical examinations, recommended every 6 to 12 months
  • Fecal examination for parasites and abnormal bacteria
  • Blood profiles
  • Grooming, including nail and tooth trimming
  • Dietary, habitat and husbandry consultation and assistance
  • Consultation of behavioral difficulties

Ferrets

Ferrets are very inquisitive, playful, and good-natured pets. For these reasons they make wonderful pets, but they also require special attention and have unique nutritional needs. The caring veterinarians and staff at Town and Country Animal Hospital see ferrets on a regular basis and can assist you with all of your ferret needs.

Ferret Services:

  • Complete physical exams
  • Blood profiles
  • Digital radiography
  • Endoscopy
  • Vaccinations
  • Fecal exams for parasites
  • Nutritional and husbandry counseling
  • Adrenal Disease evaluations and testing
  • Heartworm, Flea, and Intestinal parasite prevention
  • Surgery
  • Emergency and urgent care during normal business hours
  • Ferret Boarding

Pocket Pets and Small Mammals

Pocket pets are some of the most fun pets to own, but they also require lots of special care. It is important when owning a pocket pet that you find a veterinarian who is specially trained in these exotic animals.

The Town and Country Animal Hospital veterinarians and staff have years of experience in treating a variety of pocket pets including

  • Guinea pigs
  • Hamsters
  • Gerbils
  • Mice
  • Rats
  • Chinchillas
  • Sugar gliders
  • Hedgehogs and many more.

Pocket Pet & Small Mammal Services

  • Complete physical examinations
  • Complete blood profiles and testing
  • Fecal exams for parasites
  • Digital radiography
  • Surgery
  • Endoscopy
  • Nutritional, husbandry, and habitat consultation
  • Emergency and urgent care during regular business hours
  • Pocket Pet & Small Mammal boarding

Rabbits

Rabbits are gentile, playful and social animals that make great pets. They are naturally curious creatures and enjoy being the center of attention. They require lots of loving attention and can often be very mischievous. Rabbits are prey animals, and therefore, are extremely adept at hiding sickness. It is important to know the signs of illness in rabbits so that your rabbit can be treated quickly. The veterinarians and caring staff members at Town and Country Animal Hospital can assist you with all of your rabbit needs.

Rabbit Services

  • Complete physical exams
  • Complete blood profiles and testing
  • Digital radiology
  • Fecal examination and testing
  • Routine surgery, including spay and neuters
  • Dental procedures
  • Consultation for dietary, husbandry, and habitat recommendations
  • Emergency and urgent Care during normal business hours
  • Rabbit boarding

We pride ourselves in treating your pet as our own and will work to ensure your pet remains as comfortable as possible while visiting TCAH.