Small Mammals / Pocket Pets
Although small animals, or pocket pets, like hamsters, guinea pigs, and ferrets may not require much outdoor exercise, they still have the potential to get diseases.
Respiratory (breathing) problems are very common and also very dangerous since it is through their sense of smell that they can tell where their food and friends are. If you notice your furry friend experiencing any change in appetite, stool production, breathing, or behavior, such as hiding, they may actually be ill and need immediate veterinary care.
If they happen to live with other roommates, there is a significant chance that they may be infected as well. Often times the sooner the diagnosis and treatment, the better the result.
- Comprehensive Physical Exams
- Parasite Treatment and Control
- Hospitalization and Treatment
- Nebulization Therapy
- Husbandry and Specialty Diets
- Prescription Compounding
- Spay and Neuter
- Guinea Pigs
- Sugar Gliders
Services are currently only available at our South St. location. Contact us for more information.
M: 9am – 7pm
T: 9am – 5pm
W: 9am – 7pm
T: 9am – 7pm
F: 9am – 7pm
S: 9am – 3pm
Closed on Sunday
The Pet Mechanic
If your pet is in need of a "tune-up,"
contact us today to schedule an appointment!
SOUTH ST: 267-930-8732