Kedron Valley Veterinary Blog

How to Keep Your Pet Reptile Safe in Winter

Now that the air is getting colder and the nights are getting longer, reptilian pets need more special considerations than our furry companions.

Bunnies and Chicks for Easter: Buyer Beware

It's tempting to replace the chocolate bunnies and marshmallow peeps with adorable live baby animals. Read the press release from the VVMA about the proper care and commitment necessary to have these animals as pets and why you may prefer the sweeter option.

The Skinny on Rats and Ferrets

Have you ever considered adopting an exotic pet, but not sure how you would properly provide for it? Tired of just being a Cat Lady or a Dog Dude? April 2 is National Ferret Day and April 4 is World Rat Day. While often depicted badly in the press, rats and ferrets are playful, intelligent and worth all of the love you have to give. Ferret info comes first, followed by rat care and adoption tips.

Rabbit Health and Veterinary Care

Though rabbits don't require yearly immunizations in the United States, your rabbit should see a veterinarian at least once a year for a wellness exam - as well as any time illness or injury is suspected.