Avian & Exotic Medicine

snakeFrom gerbils to cockatoos, geckos to rabbits,  we can see just about any small animal you can own. Whether your ferret needs to have her rabies vaccine boostered, or your macaw is pulling out his feathers, our doctors are here to help.

It is important to note that all animals, even those that do not need regular vaccinations, should be brought in to the doctor annually to have a general physical performed. Many exotic animals and pocket pets have unique husbandry needs that can lead to serious health issues if not properly addressed. Our doctors will be able to educate you on these needs and evaluate your pet to see if there are any changes necessary to their diet or housing.

Our doctors and staff have worked with a variety of species over the years and have compiled extensive knowledge on exotic pet care. However, in the event that your pet’s medical problem requires a more comprehensive treatment, we also have close working relationships with several nearby veterinarians who are experts in the field of exotic medicine.

So, whether furry, feathered, or scaled, you can count on New Frontier Animal Medical Center for your pet’s medical needs.