Vet Care for Small Mammals
When you have a dog or cat, it can be fairly easy to find a veterinarian to take care of them. What about when your family includes some smaller pets like gerbils, ferrets, chinchillas, rabbits or hedgehogs? Finding a vet to care for these little ones isn't always easy but small mammals have a pet doctor in Naples at All Creatures Animal Hospital.
Small Mammal Care
Small mammal care involves everything from a general checkup to see if your pet is well to surgery or advice on the best feeding methods for your pet. We treat all manner of small mammals such as chinchillas, gerbils, ferrets, hedgehogs, sugar gliders, and rats. We also provide extensive rabbit care. Many people think these small creatures don't have options when they get hurt, but that isn't the case. A pet doctor can help you learn how to best care for your pet, diagnose and treat illness, and even perform surgery or set a small broken bone.
It is important to note that not all veterinarians are skilled in the treatment of these less common pets. Dr. Holladay and her staff understood the need for such an animal doctor and decided to make their veterinary practice a place where everything from the largest dog to the smallest pocket pet could feel special and loved.
Rabbits are our Specialty
We are especially proud of our program for rabbits. Our veterinarian will provide extensive care recommendations including diet plans, caging, exercise, handling, preventative care, and vaccinations. Keeping your rabbit healthy is a priority but it’s good to know that you have an animal hospital available that can provide quality pet care when your rabbit is ill or injured.
Pet Care in Naples
Dr. Holladay and her staff understand that an ill rat or guinea pig can be just as heartbreaking to its family as a dog or cat. Our team will give your small mammal the best pet care available, whether your pet needs a simple wellness check or surgery for a broken bone. All Creatures Animal Hospital is your animal doctor in Naples. Set up an appointment now by calling us at (239) 598-4545, so we can get to know you and your pet. Besides maintaining the health of your pet, it will also make any emergency visits much less stressful for both you and the little one.