Consultations including health checks, behaviour and nutrition advice, evaluation of sick exotic pets, and case assistance to referring veterinarians.
Comprehensive range of diagnostic tests including laboratory tests (blood tests, cytology), radiographs (x-rays), CT scan, ultrasound and minimally invasive endoscopic procedures
Management of dermatologic (skin), endocrine (hormonal), reproductive, cardiac, respiratory, gastrointestinal, neurologic, infectious diseases and more
Testing and management of viral, bacterial, fungal and parasitic diseases
Using specialised exotics anaesthetic equipment and up-to-date recommendations for anaesthesia and pain relief
Corrective burring of overgrown teeth and spurs, tooth extractions, treatment of dental-associated abscesses, dental cleaning
Range of surgical procedures, including desexing, with magnification and radiosurgery capabilities
24-hour hospital care in a dedicated exotics ward with intensive care incubators
Management of emergency and critical cases, including fluid therapy, oxygen therapy, air sac catheters, thoracostomy tubes, centesis and more
Endoscopy means to look inside. A small camera is used to look inside organs or body cavities (through key hole incisions) under magnification, and small instruments are used to take samples for testing (eg. biopsies) or remove foreign material/objects, making it minimally-invasive.
With technological advances and ongoing research, there are numerous procedures that can be performed in exotic pets, even in some of the smallest patients. Common procedures include:
The endoscopy unit is mobile, allowing procedures to be performed at your local vet clinic.