All our veterinarians have a special interest in our smaller (and larger) furry, scaly and feathered friends. Dr. Scott is a member of the Association of Avian Veterinarians (AAV) and Association of Reptile and Amphibian Veterinarians (ARAV).
What kind of Birds and Exotic Animals?
- Birds of all species from parakeets to poultry
- Rabbits, rodents, ferrets
- Chinchillas, sugar gliders and other ‘pocket pets’
- Reptiles (No venomous snakes please)
- Miniature pigs
- Small exotic cats
What services do you offer?
- Wellness exams
- Husbandry and nutrition counseling
- Pre-purchase consultation to determine what type of exotic pet is right for your family
- Routine medical care such as fecal parasite screening and vaccination
- Diagnostic services including in-house labwork for most species and digital radiology
- Species-specific infectious disease testing through outside laboratories
- DNA sex determination for birds and probing for reptiles
- Dental and surgical services
- Boarding and Day care
- Medical grooming
- Health certificates
- Referral to a Board certified specialist for advanced diagnostics and procedures such as endoscopy when indicated
We recommend annual exams and fecal parasite screening for all exotic pets and preventative vaccinations for ferrets and miniature pigs. Please contact us at 281-356-2384 to schedule an appointment.
Most health problems in exotic species can be avoided by providing appropriate nutrition and husbandry. Please see the following links for more information about the most common species.
Links coming soon!
Before you adopt or purchase an exotic pet, we recommend a consultation with one of our veterinarians to determine if that species is right for you.