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Pocket Pets Services

At Centennial Animal Hospital, we understand that exotic pets need special handling and care. We, therefore, have an exam room specifically designed for these species to minimize stress while visiting. Our technicians are trained in handling exotic pets as well as providing specialized care when administering treatments.

It is our philosophy that preventative medicine is the best medicine, therefore we feel that exotic pets should have yearly routine health exams just like dogs and cats. These examinations and consultations can ensure your pet remains healthy and is provided with the care it requires. We offer routine preventative and surgical health care for a variety of exotic pets. Dr. Chandra Hickling is one of our veterinarians who has a special interest in avian and exotic medicine. She has over 20 years of experience working with exotics.

What pocket pets do you service?


  • Rabbits
  • Ferrets
  • Guinea Pigs
  • Chinchillas
  • Degus, hamsters, rats, mice, gerbils
  • Sugar gliders
  • Hedgehogs

Small mammals can be wonderful pets for all ages. Each species has its own special needs and qualities. We are happy to help you care for your pet and answer any questions you may have.

    I had very sick pupper on my hands, and even though this isn't my regular veterinarian, it's is the only…

    Shelby Richardson

    Best Vet in the city! And Free Bag of dog food when i got my puppy shots done! And cost…

    Toxic Redneck

    On November 30 my family and I had to make one of the hardest decisions a pet owner could have…

    Lisa Mcinnes

    I had a gecko emergency and when I called in that morning the staff got me in between Dr. Hickling's…

    Cali

    Been going here with our fur babies for years and have always been very happy with how we were treated.

    Vince Loptson

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