Quality Care for Small Mammals in Oak Grove
We know that providing care for an exotic pet requires special attention, knowledge and experience, so be assured that your loved one is in good hands while they are in our care.
Our veterinary team is dedicated to providing the preventive and routine care that small and exotic mammals need so they can lead happy, long and healthy lives. We are also here for you and your pet when they are feeling unwell.
Our staff of skilled professionals in Oak Grove are well-trained in the care of exotic and small mammals and can give you the information you need to keep your pet looking and feeling great.
FAQ's for Care of Small Mammals
We provide routine wellness and preventive care services for exotic mammals.
- Wellness & Preventive Care
Much like cats and dogs, exotic and small mammals benefit from regular veterinary care to help live a long, happy, and healthy life.
During the initial wellness visit, our vet will thoroughly review your pet’s housing, nutrition, and care. A complete and thorough physical exam will be performed. Health screening tests and vaccines will be discussed and recommended when indicated.
Our vet will discuss any health, or behavior concerns with you and answer any questions you might have. Recommendations will be tailored to the needs of your pet and their family.
- What can I expect at an appointment?
- Sick Pet Appointments & Daytime Emergencies
Small and exotic mammals with health or behavior concerns can be seen by our vet. If possible, please call (270) 439-6110 in advance to determine the availability of our veterinarians.
While we do accept walk-in and work-in urgent care appointments for these animals, there may be an additional fee if the double-booking of appointments occurs.
What is an Exotic Mammal?
Exotic mammals are small animals including rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, hedgehogs, chinchillas, rats, mice, hamsters and gerbils.
Many exotic pets are prey species in the wild and consequently can be very good at hiding the signs of illness until it is quite advanced, which is why preventive veterinary care is so important.