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EXOTIC CAT VETERINARY CARE

The Pros and Cons of Vaccinations By guest author Dr. Jona Jordan, DVM. An excellent presentation of factors to consider when vaccinating. Read Article....

Vaccination Protocol in Captive Non-Domestic Felids Prepared for a course in Veterinary Virology at The Western College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of SaskatchewanRead Article....

Vaccination of Wild and Exotic Animals Written by Dr. Ron Hines. Read Article....

Declawing Declawing is a commonly reccomended practice in exotic cats, but this extremely inhumane surgery (amputation of the first digit of every toe) can cause long-term health problems. Please read this before you declaw your exotic cat or purchase a declawed kitten. Read Article....

Should you Spay or Neuter your Exotic Cat? In most cases, yes. Read Article....

Metabolic Bone Disease in Wild and Exotic Felines Metabolic bone disease is a preventable condition resulting from calcium deficiency or an imbalance of calcium and phosphorous in the diet. This article is a must-read for all owners of exotic felines, especially those with young cats. Read Article....

Intestinal Blockages due to Foreign Object Injestion This is one of the most common medical problems affecting exotic cats. This article was written for serval owners, but the information applies to all species. Read Article....

Cruciate Ligament Surgery on Servals Information for owners considering having this surgery performed on their serval or other exotic cat. Read More....

Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome This rare and baffling condition affects domestic cats but has also been noted in servals. It causes hypersensitivity to touch and other stimulation as well as personality changes. Read Article....

Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome - The Day TJ Lost His Purr The rather heartbreaking account of a serval who developed Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome after having a portion of his tail amputated. Read Article....

Choosing a Vet While not specifically exotic-animal related, this veterinarian has some good tips on how to select a vet. Read Article....

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For what you have tamed.
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