The very latest exotic pet facilities with an exotics only ward along with a separate raptor ward. We answer referral queries & provide advice directly to other veterinary surgeons throughout UK
Exotic species are becoming more common as captive animals in the UK, and vary from traditional companion species such as rabbits and budgies, to highly complex and valuable working and exhibition animals like falcons and eagles.
Not only do these species have very different anatomy and physiology to domestic pets but they often have complex husbandry requirements and captive management can be a factor in many pathologies. Our team of vets are familiar not only with the veterinary management of exotics but have a wide range of personal experience in aviculture, herpetoculture as well as management and breeding of reptiles and exotic mammals.
Manor Vets Edgbaston Exotics Practice has been furbished to the highest standard with purpose-built separate hospital wards for predatory and prey exotic species, designated isolation facilities and handling equipment designed to manage non-domestic species safely. On-site diagnostics allow rapid assessment and management of cases. Our veterinary and nursing staff are fully trained to deal with a comprehensive variety of non-traditional species including zoo species.
Exotic Referrals are preferably seen in the morning to allow further investigation and ongoing treatment during the day. However, we are able to provide 24 hour cover for emergencies with our own vets on site both day and night.
Manor Vets Exotics Practice
371/373 Hagley Road
Vet Referrals, Advice For Vets
Call Us Today: Edgbaston 0121 429 2829
We accept referrals from other veterinary surgeons for exotic pets, this includes the following animals:
Small Psittacines (Budgies,Cockatiels), Large Psittacines (Parakeets and Parrots), Poultry, Raptors, Owls, Game birds, Passerines, Softbills, Waterfowl, Racing pigeons, Ratites, Penguins
Lizards (Monitors, Dragons, Geckos, Chameleons, Iguanas, Gila Monsters), Snakes (Boas, Pythons, Colubrids), Chelonia (Tortoises, Terrapins, Turtles), Crocodilia (Caiman, Crocodiles)
Frogs, Toads, Salamanders, Axolotls
Mice, Rats, Hamsters, Chinchillas, Guinea pigs, Degus, Chipmunks, Ground Squirrels, Gerbils
Rabbits, Ferrets, Primates (Marmosets, Capuchins, Lemurs, Baboons, Slow Loris), Otters, Raccoons, Nutria, Wallabies, African pygmy Hedgehogs, Sugar gliders, Two-toed sloths, Big cats (Lions, Cheetahs, Tigers, Leopards), Wolves, Foxes
Marine and freshwater tank fish, Carp, Seahorses
Tarantulas, Scorpions, Millipedes, African Land Snails
We are fortunate at Manor Vets to have an amazing team of committed, talented and enthusiastic staff.