We love our exotic patients too!

Our clinics provide regular care for small mammals including rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, hamsters, and gerbils.

What To Expect

At Vet Central, we understand that your furry friends come in all shapes and sizes, which is why we are proud to offer care for a variety of exotic pets, including rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, rats, and gerbils. Our team of experienced veterinarians are here to provide the best medical attention, compassionate care, and personalised advice to ensure the health and well-being of your beloved companions.

Why Choose Us for Your Exotic Pets?

When it comes to caring for exotic animals, we know that they require special attention and expertise. Our dedicated team has a passion for exotic pet care and understands the unique needs of rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, rats, and gerbils. Whether your pet needs a routine check-up, vaccination, dental care, or treatment for a specific health issue, you can trust us to provide personalized care tailored to their individual needs.

Comprehensive Services for Exotic Pets

Our services include:


Wellness Exams and Preventive Care


Vaccinations and parasite control


Dental Care and Dentistry procedures


Nutritional Counselling


Diagnostic Tests Including CBCT scan


Surgery Procedures

Quality and Compassionate Care for all.

Do I only need to bring my pet in when they are sick?

When do I know my pet is sick?


Changes in Eating Habits

Loss of appetite or a decrease in food intake could indicate an underlying health issue.


Changes in Water Intake

Drinking more or less water than usual can be a sign of illness.


Weight Loss

Sudden or significant weight loss can be a sign of various health problems.



If your pets are unusually inactive, reluctant to move, or seem to have less energy, it could indicate an underlying health problem.


Changes in Behaviour

Any noticeable changes in behavior such as increased aggression, hiding, or excessive grooming can be a sign that something is wrong.


Eye or Nose Discharge

Discharge from the eyes or nose can indicate an infection or respiratory issue.


Breathing Difficulties

Labored breathing, wheezing, or other respiratory symptoms should be taken seriously.


Hair Loss or Skin Issues

Skin problems, such as hair loss, redness, itching, or lumps, can be signs of parasites or other health problems.


Digestive Issues

Diarrhea, constipation, bloating, or changes in the color or consistency of feces can indicate gastrointestinal problems.


Abnormal Posture or Movement

Difficulty moving, limping, or abnormal posture could indicate pain or injury.


Teeth Problems

Overgrown teeth or difficulty eating can indicate dental issues, which are common in rabbits and guinea pigs.

If you notice any of these signs or any other concerning symptoms in your rabbits or guinea pigs, it's important to consult a veterinarian who is experienced in treating small animals as soon as possible. 

Early detection and treatment can greatly improve the chances of successful recovery.

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