We are one of the premier bird/exotic/small mammal facilities in Southern California—in fact, we have many clients who travel long distances for our expertise! Our doctors see a wide variety of pets including:
- Snakes (both venomous and non-venomous)
- Bearded Dragons
- Sugar Gliders
In addition to the pets listed above, we also provide care for domesticated wildlife being kept as pets like opossums, skunks, squirrels, and birds. However, we are not a wildlife rehabilitation facility. This means if you find a wild animal that is injured or ill—especially an endangered species or bird of prey—it is best to contact your local Animal Control or wildlife rehabilitation facility. While we may be able to stabilize non-domesticated wildlife on a case-by-case basis, persons who bring these animals to us will be responsible for any charges incurred for care and for transporting the animal to the appropriate facility.
Exotics, pocket pets, and birds normally require a very particular environment to thrive, and it’s important you have a veterinarian experienced in their care to help. Our services are comprehensive, and cover routine health checks, nutritional counseling, and health tips, major diagnostics, surgery, and hospitalization. We can even perform advanced imaging such as ultrasound and CT scans on these pets.