EMERGENCY SERVICES:NOT necessarily exotic specialized, but can help in a pinch (and it is hard to find an emergency vet around here Both of these facilities are open 24/7
Small Animal Veterinary Emergency Services *They stabilized and maintained my ferret, Marley, until he could be brought to Weare Animal Hospital (listed above) for emergency blockage surgery. Lebanon, NH Phone: 603.306.0007 www.ivghospitals.com/hospital/saves/
Capital Area Veterinary Services * I have not been here personally, but Dr Dutton (from Weare Animal Hospital, who did Marley's surgery) is on call with them. Concord, NH Phone: (603) 227-1199 www.capareaves.org/
I seriously can't say enough good things about Cambie Animal Hospital. Not only do they provide great ferret care, but they are so compassionate and considerate. When Truffy passed, they phoned us a few times just to see how we were doing, and offered lots of support.
Winter Park Vet Hospital (Just north of Orlando, 1 block off I-4) Marianne Janosco, DVM 1601 Lee Rd Winter Park, FL 32789 407 644 2676 wpvet.com/ Dr. Janosco is awesome. She loves ferrets.
Halifax Vet Center (Anyone close to here, we need to meet up!) Dr. Kathleen Bartos 1734 Dunlawton Ave Port Orange, FL 32127 386 322 0108 halifaxvetcenter.com/ Daytona area Our regular vet. Dr Bartos has worked with ferrets for years.
Emergency vet, Daytona area atlanticdvm.com Atlantic Animal Hospital 3506 South Nova Road, Suite 1 Port Orange, FL, 32129 Phone: 386-761-2220 After-Hours: 386-761-1911 They only charge $10 over regular fee for after hours/emergency visit. Call ahead.
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Hi there, we are moving to Ottawa (ON Canada) shortly and I was wondering if anyone knows of a good ferret vet (preferably open to raw) there? I'm hoping to (finally!) be able to adopt (or maybe foster, not sure about that yet) ferrets once we're settled in Ottawa. it's going to be a while before we're ready but still, exciting! ~K
As I'm sure there are other ferret owners in California that are looking at this forum and even this thread, here's an emergency animal hospital in Berkeley, California that will look at ferrets. Their small animal/exotic specialist is Dr. Siperstein, and she's incredible. She also does ferret dental work.