Exotic Pets

No matter what species of pet

Specialized care for your exotic pet

You can’t take your exotic pet to just any veterinarian. This is why we’ve brought an expert into the clinic to serve exotic pet owners in the Orlando area. From pocket pets to iguanas, we’re here to help you keep your furry (and scaly) friends in tip-top shape.

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Expert care for exotics

ANIMALS WE TREAT

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Rabbits

From spaying and neutering to annual vet visits, you'll want an expert in veterinary care for rabbits to examine your pet.

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Guinea Pigs

Guinea pigs, or cavies as they're sometimes called, are excellent at hiding illnesses. This means annual checkups and expert care are necessary to keep your guinea pig feeling great.

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Hamsters

Hamsters tend to be forgotten when it comes to veterinary care due to their small size and short lifespan. While hamsters don't require vaccinations, they can be neutered and tested for parasites.

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Reptiles

Initial visits and annual checkups are an important part of your reptile's medical maintenance. Ensure you only take your reptile to a qualified veterinarian.

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Turtles

Establishing with an expert exotic pet veterinarian early on can help your veterinarian better diagnose your turtle by allowing them to get to know your turtle when they're healthy and ill.

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Snakes

Shortly after purchase, you should establish with a veterinarian qualified to examine your new snake. Snakes will need to be examined for parasites and checked for an abnormal lumps.

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Birds

Your pet bird should have regular checkups by a qualified avian veterinarian. Experienced vets will ensure your bird gets the full-breadth of care needed and aren't susceptible to missing small concerns as a veterinarian who doesn't specialize in avian care might.

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Ferrets

Your ferret will need to be checked for congenital problems and other diseases. You'll also need to ensure your ferret stays up-to-date on annual vaccines, generally consisting of rabies and distemper.

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Iguanas

After deciding an iguana is the best pet for you, you'll want to select a trusted exotic veterinarian to treat your new pet throughout their lifetime (roughly 20 years).

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Windermere’s Top Exotic Vet

Meet Dr. Engle

Dr. Engle has been serving exotic pets and their owners since 1988. She received her Doctorate of Veterinary medicine from Mississippi State University in 1988, where she was also awarded the Mississippi Veterinary Association Graduate Award for Excellence in Companion Animal Medicine and the Upjohn Award for Proficiency in Veterinary Clinical Medicine. She is passionate about helping exotic pet owners and their beloved pets to help them lead a healthy life.

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