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Did you know we treat Exotic and Pocket Pets

Did You Know We Treat Exotic and Pocket Pets?

Pets are part of our family and making sure that you are taking care of them can help elongate their lives and enrich them as well. For those that have exotic pets, finding an Exotic Vet or a Pocket Pet Vet can make a big difference. For those looking for a vet in Toledo, Trilby Animal Hospital is a great place to visit.

What is an Exotic Pet or a Pocket Pet?

Exotic pets are those that are out of the ordinary or not typical. This can be things like reptiles, small mammals, or even amphibians. These pets are those that are not typically treated by a normal vet like cats and dogs might be. A pocket pet is a pet that is very small and that might also not be typically treated by a normal vet. This can be pets like very small mammals or rodents that are not typical and more. These pets are going to be out of the ordinary and they do need some special care that is not normally afforded by a normal vet.

Why is Special Care Needed for Exotic and Pocket Pets?

Special care is needed for this type of pet for a few reasons. For starters, though most vets are going to be taught how to care for these pets, they are not specialist and they may not have daily interaction with this type of pet. Special care can make a big difference in the way that the pet is going to live and, in the way, that the pet ages. Pets are a big part of our lives and with the right care, they can live for a very long time and be a part of your life. Exotic pets might have special cares that are not typical with other pets, they might have special needs, and they might also have special considerations like diet, medications they can take, and even vitamins that they need.

Call Trilby Animal Hospital Today!

With the help of a great vet, you are going to be able to get the right veterinary care for your pet, including exotic or pocket pets. Give us a call today if you want to schedule an appointment or to learn more information.

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