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Avian and Exotic Medicine
Brendan Noonan, DVM, DABVP (Avian Medicine), and Patrick Sullivan, DVM, DABVP (Avian Practice), treat our avian and exotic patients in Boston. Dr. Anne Staudenmaier, VMD, DABVP (Avian Practice), serves these unique patients at our Waltham office. These board-certified avian specialists are trained to offer wellness and emergency and critical care for avian and exotic pets.
Optimal wellness and emergency/critical care for avian, small mammals, reptiles, fish, or other exotic pets require experienced veterinary management, specialized diagnostic and treatment protocols, and equipment and facilities designed for these special species.
The team has completed special training in exotic medicine, including rabbit and rodent dentistry, medical and surgical treatment of ferret diseases, and reptile medicine and surgery. Our doctors are available by appointment for primary care of avian and exotic cases. Our specialists are also happy to consult with your primary care veterinarian for cases that may be referred to Angell’s Avian and Exotic Medicine Service.
Emergency and critical care for avian and exotic pets available 24 hours, 7 days a week
Wellness appointments available Monday-Friday
Board-certified veterinarians with years of experience treating numerous exotic species, including birds (chickens, parrots, budgies, etc…), rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, rodents, special small mammals (such as chinchillas or hedgehogs), reptiles, fish, and amphibians
Specifically-designed general and isolation wards for care of avian and exotic patients including avian incubators and specialty reptile hospital caging
Specialists in surgery, radiology and internal medicine assist in providing in-depth case management for special species
Services include endoscopy, radiology, ultrasonography, bloodwork testing, avian and exotic animal surgery and advanced diagnostics including infectious disease testing
Freshwater fish are often highly social and engaging pets. Veterinary care is available to assist pet fish owners in keeping their individual fish or aquarium collections healthy. Services Offered: