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Exotic Pet Services

Exotic pets (reptiles) can be tricky to keep in captivity. They require different sources of light (for heat and for UVB), adequate habitats to keep them healthy in mind and body, proper nutrition and many other factors. The most common issue seen in reptiles is nutrition deficiencies, leading to bone and muscle problems, which can be difficult to treat if not recognized early. Please contact the staff at Lomsnes Veterinary if you have any questions regarding the care of your reptile.

 

What type of exotic pets do you care for?

Our veterinarians perform examinations on bearded dragons and geckos. Please contact Lomsnes Veterinary Hospital if if you have any questions about your exotic pet.

 

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    At Lomsnes Veterinary Hospital one of the most common reptiles we see is Chameleons. They are very special and have very different needs than cats or dogs. They, in particular, have special requirements for caring and housing. In Alberta, it’s very hard to keep temperature and humidity accurate in cold winters. Here are some tips for housing and feeding your Chameleon to help keep them warm and happy!

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