Exotic Veterinarians in Bristol
Treating Non-Traditional Pets with Exceptional Care
Finding experienced veterinary care for exotic companion animals is not as easy as finding a vet for a dog or cat. These animals have unique needs and face very specific health challenges. Exotic pet owners often need guidance on proper feeding, grooming, bedding, and other important care issues. Not every veterinarian has the experience necessary to treat such a wide variety of needs – but at Chippens Hill Veterinary Hospital, we do. Our exotic pet veterinarians in Bristol welcome all types of exotic patients, including birds, small mammals, and reptiles.
Services for Exotic Pets
Chippens Hill Veterinary Hospital provides preventative care, diagnostics, and medical treatments for non-traditional pets. We have treated many exotic pets and work hard to stay up to date with the latest information on treating these animals, so you can feel confident that your exotic pet is getting the best care possible.
Count on our Bristol exotic veterinarians for services including:
In addition to safely and effectively administering these services, we also remain committed to educating our clients about their exotic pets. We are happy to help you choose the right food, cage, or equipment for your pet and answer any questions you may have about caring for them properly. Our team operates out of a warm, welcoming, and well-equipped facility and maintain this environment for clients and patients alike.
“I appreciate the staff here, they are always willing to help and accommodate me with last minute appointments. I recommend them to anyone who wants a caring and professional staff to care for their animals.”- Colleen C.
“I have been bringing my fur babies to Chippens hill for 6 years. They have always been kind, gentle, compassionate, and knowledgeable with my pets.”- Regina G.
“I have been going to vets for 50 years, and Dr. Elliot surpassed all of them. She is courteous, friendly and connects to the animal to calm them and me by not rushing and explaining what is or is not at the visit.”- Roselyn G.