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Observations from Angela Lennox, DVM
Coming to Avian and Exotic Animal Clinic in October! Did you know that a digital scale is one of the most important preventative medical devices you can buy for your exotic pets? Most exotic pets are expert at hiding signs of … Continue reading
Hello from (clap clap clap clap) Deep in the Heart of Texas! In 24 hours I’ll be attending the Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians’ board meeting, then instructing a lab on rabbit facial surgeries at 8 AM the next day. This conference is … Continue reading
We say a fond goodbye to two members of staff. Dr. Amber Lee, who successfully completed her two year Avian residency, and is on the way to sitting for her final examination in the fall. Once that is completed, she … Continue reading
People aren’t the only ones having trouble with the recent storms. This morning the clinic was inundated with soaked and freezing wildlife, mostly baby birds blown from their nests. We heard reports that some of birds that didn’t make it, … Continue reading
Exotic pets occasionally eat things that aren’t actually food. The most common culprits are young ferrets, who are known for eating rubber, cloth and other unusual objects (we removed some red cloth from the intestines of a young ferret on … Continue reading