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At Raleigh Community Animal Hospital, we can see more than your dog or cat. Dr. Tyler Hodinka understands the unique care that exotic pets like: birds, snakes, reptiles, ferrets, guinea pigs, and rabbits require. Depending on why your exotic came in for an exam, we can make a variety of treatment and diagnostic testing recommendations, along with housing and nutritional recommendations, to form a comprehensive plan to keep your pet safe and well for as long as possible..
Additionally, before you purchase an exotic animal, our team is happy to discuss the best options for your home and any care questions that you should consider. Keep in mind that each exotic pet has its own specialized health and wellness needs and any owner should take a responsible and extensive research approach to determining which, if any, exotic pet is right for their home.