Veterinary Surgery for Exotic Pets

Caring for unusual pets requires special care and equipment. That’s where we come in.

The Unusual Pet Vets offers a range of veterinary services for your unusual pets, whether it’s an exotic bird, a python or a rat. Of course rabbits, mice, ferrets and any kind of unusual pet you may have are welcome at our clinics.

With a team of highly qualified and experienced vets on board, we are proud to offer care for your unusual pets. Whether it’s a pet microchip for your parrot, or pet health check for your guinea pig, it is no problem for our caring and knowledgeable team.

We offer a high standard of care for all your pets, and are the only vet clinic in Perth and Melbourne that offers medical care for exotic animals only. The high-end technology at our clinics includes a veterinary surgery and a veterinary diagnostic laboratory.
 

Some of Our Specialised Services Include:

The first few months with any new pet can be daunting so we have developed a range of packages that will give you peace of mind while providing your new pet with premium veterinary care.

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Rabbit Smallest Castrate Ever

Ensuring your pet is up to date with their vaccinations is very important to prevent against deadly diseases. Vaccinations involve your pet having a small injection under their skin that then allows their body to become familiar with the inactivated disease particles so that if they are ever exposed to the real disease they are ready to fight it

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Sterilisations

Sterilisation (otherwise known as desexing or neutering) is recommended for many exotic pets and it is important in preventing many problems that can occur later in your pet’s life. We recommend that rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, rats and mice should all be routinely desexed to prevent a range of issues.

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General health check ups

There are many things that are special about keeping unusual pets, and while it is interesting and exciting, it can also be difficult to know whether your pet is healthy and being properly looked after.

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Nail clip edit

Are your pet's nails getting a little sharp? Many pet's, particularly those kept indoors, often don't wear down their nails as they naturally would if they were out in the wild. Over time this leads to them becoming sharp and overgrown. Some nails will even curl back on themselves and start to dig into your pets foot which can be very painful.

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Macaw wing clip

Making the decision to clip your bird’s wings is never an easy one and there are many differing opinions on the best way to clip your bird’s wings.

Before clipping your birds wings we recommend that you think about the reasons that you are clipping them and what you are hoping to achieve.

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Microchipping

One of the saddest situations is when we find unusual and exotic pets that have escaped from their owners. The first thing we do is scan them using our microchip scanner. The lucky ones come back with a personalised microchip number that allows us to track down their owners.

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Surgery and Anaesthesia

Surgery is often necessary for a range of problems that occur in unusual pets. While any surgery or anaesthetic has risks, we try to minimise these by ensuring that your pet gets the best care possible.

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Laboratory Facilities

We have access to a fantastic range of laboratory facilities that make diagnosing your pet much easier. Our range of equipment includes a high-tech microscope with a range of staining equipment, a biochemistry machine that allows us to run a range of blood tests and get the results quickly, digital radiography (x-ray), computed tomography (CT).

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Yeast vs Coccidia

Faecal testing can be a great way to screen your pet for internal parasites such as worms and coccidia which can be life-threatening if left untreated. It can also be very helpful if your pet has diarrhoea or other gastrointestinal signs (including weight loss) to try to find what is causing your pet to be unwell.

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Jacque Beak

Normal birds generally wear down their beak naturally and do not generally require regular beak trimming. Unfortunately some birds develop abnormal beaks, this can be as a result of a developmental problem, nutritional deficiency, illness or can also be due to an injury.

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Sexing

It is often necessary for people with multiple animals to know the sex of their animals, either to avoid breeding or to allow breeding to occur. We recommend the use of DNA sexing for avian species as it is a safe method that provides accurate results.

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Chlamydia

There are many infectious diseases that our unusual and exotic pets can carry, some of these are zoonotic which means they may be transferable to humans.

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