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Exotic Felid Diets – Abby Duvall, DVM, DABVP (Avian Practice)

Captive exotic felids are obligate carnivores and require a balanced diet to ensure proper nutrition which meets both metabolic energy...
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Holiday Hazards and How to Avoid Them

Madame Matilda’s Midwinter Maladies  - OR - Holiday Hazards and How to Avoid Them 'Tis the season for bringing trees...
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Leucistic Alligators in South Carolina – Katie Rainwater, MA, DVM

In March 2014, my husband Thomas, who is a research scientist at the Tom Yawkey Wildlife Center and Clemson University’s...
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We Congratulate Dr. Duvall, DABVP (Avian Practice)

We are incredibly proud to announce our Associate Veterinarian Dr. Abby Duvall has become South Carolina's second Board-certified Diplomate in...
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Voting Gets Wild

Tired of human elections?  Here are some animals that have run for office in the US! Mayor of Lajitas, Texas...
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All About Beaks

Birds possess an astounding array of beak sizes and shapes uniquely adapted to suit their needs. Beaks must be able...
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Exotic Vet Care Appreciates Our Vet Techs!

Happy Vet Tech Appreciation Week! While we appreciate our techs every day, this October 11-16 the whole nation celebrates our...
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Case Study: Chameleon with Prolapsed Hemipenes

"Elliott", a 5 ½ month old veiled chameleon, came in for us to assess some pink tissue that was protruding...
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Case Study: Macaw Gains Her Independence From Egg-Binding

"Scooter" is a 23-year old female blue and gold macaw who came to us as an Emergency Admission on July...
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Fear-Free Practice: What’s That?

Birds and exotic pets are for the most part prey animals. This means that it is their instinctual nature to...
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