The term "exotic pet" refers to those critters that are beyond the scope of the traditional dog or cat. These include reptiles and amphibians as well as small mammals such as rabbits, ferrets, and rodents.
Because these species often have special dietary and housing needs, it is important that owners do their research prior to purchase or adoption.
Exotic pets are susceptible to many of the same diseases as dogs and cats. We recommend a yearly health check to ensure their environmental, dietary, and health requirements are being met.
Dr. Driscoll and Dr. Carlin would love to see your exotic pet - please don't hesitate to call!