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Exotic Pets
Feathers, Scales and Fur

Felton Veterinary Hospital is happy to treat your exotic pets. Dr. Calvert and our team of veterinary nurses are happy to treat your birds, reptiles, amphibians, rodents, exotic, and pocket mammals. In addition, Jennifer Keil, DVM, also treats rabbits and rodents. Calendar IconSchedule an Appointment

Cute Golden Fur Bear Hamster

When you adopt an exotic pet, we recommend that you bring them to us as soon as possible for a wellness exam and overall health assessment. This initial assessment enables us to find and treat existing health problems.

Your new pet will likely require special housing, bedding, and diet. Amphibians, for example, require a specific temperature and humidity. While many pocket mammals do not require vaccinations, some do. We welcome your questions about the care of your exotic pets.

Please contact us to learn more about exotic pets or make an appointment today.

When It Rains it Spores

When It Rains it Spores

The Santa Cruz Mountains are home to more than 1,000 mushroom species. The recent rain storms have triggered many types of mushroom caps to emerge from their underground stems. During the winter months, it’s important to keep your yard clear of mushrooms & to keep a close watch on your dogs when they are roaming in […]

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The Rain Brings out the Ticks

The Rain Brings out the Ticks

  Ticks are found in abundance in the San Lorenzo Valley. They are most prevalent in early spring and fall, but are well adapted to live throughout the year. Ticks live in grassy areas or in brush and dark, moist areas where they wait for a host to walk by. They then crawl onto your […]

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