How Can I Tell When My Exotic Pet is Sick?
It’s a tragically common scenario in exotic pet medicine: the pet’s parent tells me that my patient’s symptoms (no appetite and not moving around much) just started yesterday. Before that, it was normal. Then I do my physical exam. I discover the bird’s prominent keel bone sticking far out beyond its emaciated breast muscles. The hamster’s incisor teeth that have overgrown so much they’ve made a full circle andread more