Care for Your Exotic Pets
We care for a variety of pet exotic animal species such as ferrets, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, degus, sugar gliders, hedgehogs, lizards, snakes, birds, fish, and more.
The Purdue University Small Animal Community Practice provides veterinary care to exotic pets of Tippecanoe County residents as well as faculty, staff, and students of the Purdue University West Lafayette Campus. We strive to provide high quality primary small animal veterinary care to our patients emphasizing communication, education, and service to our clients. At the same time, we operate a model of a private small animal practice to allow veterinary and veterinary technician students to gain experience in primary veterinary care and client communication skills.
To schedule an appointment with the Small Animal Community Practice, please call 765-494-1107.
Information on Exotic Pets
For information on your exotic pet or how to care for your exotic pet, please see the educational brochure links listed below.
Shedding in Reptiles | Burmese Pythons | Chinchilla Feeding | Sugar Gliders | Ferret Medicine | Care of Guinea Pigs | Care of Rabbits | General Husbandry of Caged Birds | Inclusion Body Disease in Boas and Pythons
Special Equipment and Technology
- CO2 laser surgery
- Digital radiography