New Patients Are Always Welcome at Avian and Exotic Veterinary Care
At Avian and Exotic Veterinary Care we welcome new patients of practically every species. Whether you are a new owner or caring for a senior pet, we can assist you in providing your companion with the veterinary care they need. From routine wellness care to advanced surgeries, we are experienced in treating animals that are rarely accepted as patients by traditional practices. We look forward to serving you and your avian or exotic companion.
- Monday – Tuesday: Closed
- Wednesday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
- Saturday – Sunday: 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Appointments are strongly preferred, due to our small staff and personalized care. Walk-ins will be accepted based on availability. We accept appointments from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Wednesday - Friday, and 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
What to Bring
Once you have scheduled your appointment, we ask that you please fill out our new client form and submit it online or print it and bring it with you to your visit. In addition, we also ask that you please bring all of your pet’s previous veterinary records; this is especially important if we are seeing your pet for a second-opinion exam, or if we are going to be coordinating your pet’s care with another veterinarian. Your referring veterinarian may fax or email your pet’s previous veterinary records to us before your appointment.
Methods of Payment
We accept the following payment options:
- Debit cards
- Credit cards (MasterCard and Visa)
Please note that payment is due at the time services are provided.
Please visit the following pages of our website to learn more about the veterinary services we offer for avian and exotic pets:
- Reptiles and Amphibians
- Rabbits, Rodents, Hedgehogs, Sugar Gliders, and Ferrets
- Other Mammal Species
After Hours Care
We do not accept new patients after normal business hours. The following area emergency veterinary clinics may be able to consult with Dr. Harrenstien over the phone if your pet needs to be seen at their veterinary clinic.
We strongly recommend that you call your emergency clinic of choice before arriving, to verify that they will be able to take care of you and your pet.