Small animals such as rabbits, ferrets, and chinchillas need routine veterinary care to ensure their peak health. Our veterinarians at Court Square Animal Hospital recommend annual visits for small mammals. During the appointment, your pet will receive:
If you have recently acquired a rabbit, ferret, or other small mammal, be sure to feed them the same food as you were given at the time of purchase. A consistent diet will help your small mammal get used to their new life and avoid any digestive issues. Please bring your new pet in for an examination within one to two weeks after purchase, and we can discuss your pet's nutritional needs during the first visit.
If your rabbit, ferret, or other small animal shows signs of illness or appears to be experiencing pain, it could indicate an emergency. Call us right away if your pet is exhibiting any of the following symptoms:
Call us today to set up your pet's wellness exam or if you have any questions regarding your small mammal.
Clients of Court Square Animal Hospital never pay any additional emergency fee when being seen at West Hills Animal Emergency & Critical Care Center for after hour emergencies.