Category: Exotic Care

Call Us Today! (706) 216-8387

Resolutions for Reptile Owners

Bearded Dragon on Tree Branch

Happy New Year! This is traditionally a day for people to set goals for themselves for the coming year. Growth and change are always important, no matter how old you are or where you are in life. This is something that is also very relevant to pet owners. In order to keep your animal companion … Read More »

Taking Your Bird to the Vet

279 (2)

Has it been a while since your bird saw her doctor? Just like any other pet, birds need to visit their veterinarians regularly. Here, a Dahlonega, GA veterinarian discusses taking Polly to the vet. Scheduling Appointments If you’ve just adopted Polly, you’ll need to schedule an initial exam ASAP. Once your colorful little pet is … Read More »

Choosing the Right Spot for Your Birdcage


Have you decided to adopt a bird? Good for you! While Polly may not be as popular as dogs or cats, she certainly is a very charming and lovable pet. (Birds can also be absolutely hilarious, but that’s another topic.) One thing that is very important is making sure that your feathered pal is happy … Read More »

Benefits of Having a Reptile


Have you been considering getting another pet? Are you looking for an animal companion that’s a bit unusual, but still fun to watch and interact with? A reptile may actually be a great option. Although our scaled and shelled buddies may not be as popular as dogs or cats, they do still make wonderful pets. … Read More »

Grooming Your Iguana


Do you have an iguana? These charismatic lizards make fun, personable pets. Iguanas do require a good amount of work, however. One crucial thing you’ll need to keep up with is your reptilian buddy’s bathing needs. A local Dahlonega, GA veterinarian discusses grooming Iggy below. Bathing Iguanas absolutely must be allowed to soak regularly. This … Read More »

Mites on Snakes


Snakes are very beautiful, and can make wonderful pets. They’re quiet, fascinating to watch, and don’t need much space. They’re also quite low maintenance: they don’t eat every day, so your only daily chores will be spot-cleaning the cage and giving your pet fresh water. However, just like any other animal, snakes can be afflicted … Read More »

/* */