Concord Animal Hospital is proud to treat pocket pets and exotics, including rabbits, hedge hogs, guinea pigs, chinchillas, ferrets, rats, mice, hamsters, gerbils and sugar gliders.
Routine care for your pocket pet allows a veterinarian to check the ears, eyes, teeth and gut to make sure your pocket pet is in good health. Concord Animal Hospital can also treat your pocket pet for illnesses such as respiratory infections, eye and ear infections, parasites and digestive issues.
During your appointment, you can also discuss husbandry or behavioral concerns, such as diet, housing and enrichment activities. In some cases, particularly for pocket pets in group housing, you may want to consider spaying or neutering your pet.