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Cambridge Veterinary Group has gained a reputation for treating exotic species
Over the years, Cambridge Veterinary Group has gained a reputation for treating exotic species. Many of the vets here have an interest in exotics and are happy to see a wide variety of pets from tortoises to parrots to snakes and lizards as well as all manner of small mammals. Our nurses are highly trained to handle these species and we have special vivaria and heated/ventilated bird cages to accommodate them should they need to spend time in the hospital.
We are happy to take blood samples, radiographs, perform ultrasound, endoscopy and surgery on most species and if we feel that further specialist treatment is needed, we can refer you to a specialist exotics vet who holds additional qualifications in exotics.
If you have an exotic pet that requires veterinary treatment, then give us a call.
Jill Pearson has a wide experience in exotic species; her reputation extending both regionally and nationally. She is happy to see a huge range of species ranging from reptiles, lizards and chelonians to small mammals and birds.
Our newer vet Helen Inzani is also very happy to see a wide range of species and treat small furry pets to large feathered or scaled ones!
We are also a listed Chicken Vet Practice and are happy to see pet poultry, and stock the Chicken Vet range of products.
A large number of our clients are rabbit owners and we treat these species to a high standard and have gained a great deal of experience over the years. We are members of the Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund (RWAF) which offers lots of advice from diet and housing, to offering to re-home a rabbit and taking part in charity events.
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