Exotic Veterinarian in Raleigh, NC for All Kinds of Companions
Cats and dogs are not the only pets we care about. No matter what form your companion takes, we’re sure to be able to provide the care they need. Exotic pet care includes annual wellness exams just like cats and dogs, as well as species-specific services tailored to your pet. Our knowledgeable staff at Bowman Animal Hospital and Cat Clinic are knowledgeable in many different species’ needs, so your unique companion is in good hands with us! Bring them down to our Raleigh animal hospital today for a wellness check-up!
Wellness for Exotic Pets
Wellness exams are the most important part of your exotic pet’s health care. We recommend annual exams that allow us to review your pet’s health often and catch any early signs of disease. Typically, a wellness exam for an exotic pet will consist of:
- A physical exam
- Assessing their lifestyle and home environment
- Nutritional needs
- Diagnostic testing if needed
- Addressing any issues with behavior and socialization
Annual exams not only help prevent illness, they also allow our vets to get to know you and your pet better, so they can provide individualized care!
An important part of exotic pet care is their habitat, nutrition, and socialization, which is why we emphasize these points during an annual check-up. Exotic pets, particularly reptiles and amphibians, fare better in environments that closely match their home habitat. For instance, all reptiles need an appropriate amount of UVB lighting and a temperature gradient within their enclosure. Without enough UVB exposure, your lizard or snake can suffer severe vitamin and nutrient deficiencies.
Come One, Come All
Reptiles, birds, and just about any small animal is welcome at our animal hospital! Schedule your appointment today and we can get your pet on the path to a long and happy life with you.
Each species is unique, so we offer unique services to fit their needs! Our exotic pet care includes:
- Avian DNA sexing
- Wing/nail/beak trims
Rabbits & Rodents:
- Teeth trimming (to help with over-grown teeth)
- Spay and neuter surgery