Cedarcrest Animal Hospital



There are plenty of critters besides dogs and cats that become loved members of our families, and the doctors at Cedarcrest would love to help take care of them. Dr. McClintock and Dr. Shell have pursued additional training and education to be able to care for the medical and surgical needs of a variety of small exotics.

Common issues include ear mites, intestinal parasites, husbandry problems, diet education, respiratory infections, bladder stones, spaying/neutering, and behavior problems.

-We will see: mammals such as rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, mice, rats, degus, and sugar gliders
reptiles such as turtles, tortoises, snakes, and lizards of all kinds

*We do not accepts birds as patients, but will be happy to suggest an avian veterinarian for you*