Small mammals, or exotic mammals, like ferrets and rabbits have become increasingly popular as pets in recent years as pet owners have come to understand the unique bond that they are able to form with these special creatures.
Just like dogs, cats, or any other pet, rabbits and ferrets require routine preventive health care including wellness exams and vaccinations in order to maintain their good health and comfort all throughout their lives.
The skilled and knowledgeable staff at Middlesex are well-trained in the care of small mammals like rabbits and ferrets. We are able to provide you with the information you need to help your adorable pet look and feel great!
Exotic mammals are also known as small mammals and are small animals such as rabbits or ferrets.
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.
We know that caring for your small mammal requires special knowledge and experience, so rest assured that your loved ones are in good hands.
Our team is dedicated to providing exotic pets with proper care so they can have long and healthy lives. We are also here for you whenever your pets are not feeling well.
Our technicians are skilled when it comes to restraining pets without causing them anxiety. It is our goal to provide top care for your exotic pets with a stress-free visit.
To help keep your pet rabbit as healthy and happy as possible, routine and preventive healthcare is essential.
At Bound Brook Veterinary Clinic, we offer the following services to help keep your rabbit's routine care on track:
We are committed to helping your ferret remain their healthy, social and playful selves by maintaining their health and well-being.
The preventive healthcare offered by our Middlesex vets helps to maintain your ferret's optimal health all throughout their life, including:
Bound Brook Veterinary Clinic is accepting new patients! Our experienced vets are passionate about the health of companion animals. Get in touch today to book your pet's first appointment.