Small Mammals Services

A Comprehensive Approach To Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla and other Small Mammal Veterinary Medicine

We understand that a small mammal exotic veterinarian is only as good as his or her ability to successfully prevent, diagnose, and treat whatever ailment a small mammal patient may be facing. Equally as important is our ability to listen and communicate well with owners to make sure they understand their exotic pet’s health concerns and how to make the best choices for their special species. This is why our clinic is capable of handling most procedures, including preventive care, medical diagnosis, and surgery.

We offer the following health services for small mammals of all ages, species, and circumstances:

  • Anesthesia: We have the facilities, equipment, medicine, and knowledge to ensure your special species stays as safe as possible while under anesthesia
  • Cancer treatment: Our communicative, community approach to cancer treatment makes all the difference for you and your small mammal
  • Cardiology: Our first-rate facilities, equipment, and professional knowledge allows us to get to the heart of your pet’s health
  • Dental care: Our knowledge and dental experience help us prevent and treat your pet’s dental conditions, including periodontal disease and oral surgery
  • Dermatology: Our team can work with you to diagnose and treating your small mammal’s skin conditions before they become something more than skin deep
  • Diagnostic imaging: Diagnostic imaging including ultrasound and xray allows our veterinarians to diagnose illness, disease, and other problems in order to prescribe the proper treatment
  • Flea & Tick: We employ various safe and effective flea & tick prevention and treatment methods when needed and appropriate for your specific exotic species
  • Laboratory tests: Our in-house laboratory testing services were selected specifically with exotics in mind. This means faster and more accurate diagnostics or treatment for your special pet. If we can’t run the test in house we have relationships with an external lab network that specializes in small mammals and other exotic pets.
  • Laser therapy: We are able to customize our pain protocols to include laser for arthritis, other inflammatory conditions, and post-operative pain control in appropriate species
  • Microchip ID: Our professional microchip ID services can help identify your small mammal pet in case he or she ever gets lost, stolen, or separated from you
  • Nutrition: Our nutrition education, awareness, and dietary intervention programs can help ensure your exotic pet stays healthy and fit, and decreases the number if ill vet visits.
  • Pain management: We offer, effective, and compassionate pain management tailored for your species
  • Parasite prevention and treatment: Prevention and early detection are paramount to survival for some species
  • Preventive care: Our comprehensive preventive care program helps you make sure your exotic furry friend remains healthy and well year-round
  • Spay or neuter (Rabbits other species as needed): Our refined pre surgical, surgical and post-op care will provide your small mammal with the safest and most comfortable surgical procedure
  • Surgery: Our investment in facilities, equipment, training and staff offer your small mammal the best option for a successful surgery and recovery for a wide range of procedures
  • Vaccinations (Rabbits): Rabbit Hemorragic Disease Virus 2 has made it’s way to the United States. We have the vaccine to keep your rabbit protected.

A Commitment To Quality And Empathy In Veterinary Care For Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Chinchillas, and other Small Mammals

Our veterinarians, technicians, assistants, and front staff work together to provide both you and your small mammal with a compassionate and professional experience. From the initial phone call, it is our goal to make sure you feel that your concerns are addressed, you are well informed, and that your specific species receives the best care possible.

Contact Us Today To Schedule Your Small Mammal’s Next Veterinary Appointment