Pocket Pet Wellness

We understand that pets come in all shapes and sizes, and that includes our beloved “pocket pets”! Whether you’re a proud owner of a hamster, guinea pig, gerbil, mouse, rat, or any other small companion, we’re here to provide you with expert advice and top-notch care to keep your little friend healthy and happy.

Regular Check-ups

Just like any other pets, pocket pets benefit from regular veterinary check-ups. Our experienced veterinarians recommend scheduling annual wellness exams for your pocket pet. During these visits, we will conduct a thorough physical examination, address any concerns you might have, and provide guidance on proper care and nutrition.

Nutrition and Diet

Proper nutrition is crucial for the well-being of your pocket pet. Our veterinarians can provide personalized recommendations on the best diet for your specific companion. Whether it’s pellets, fresh vegetables, hay, or fruits, we’ll guide you in making the right choices to ensure your pet receives the essential nutrients they need.

Cage Setup

Creating a comfortable and stimulating environment is essential for your pocket pet’s mental and physical health. We can guide you on the appropriate cage size, bedding materials, hiding spots, and toys to keep your pet entertained and active.

Temperature and Humidity

Maintaining the right temperature and humidity levels is vital for the well-being of your pocket pet. Different species have different requirements, and we can provide you with guidance on how to create the optimal environment for your furry friend.


Some pocket pets are social creatures that thrive on companionship, while others may prefer a more solitary lifestyle. Our experts can help you understand your pet’s social needs and provide advice on introducing new friends or providing solo enrichment.

Enrichment Activities

Stimulating your pocket pet’s mind is just as important as taking care of their physical health. We can suggest a variety of enrichment activities and toys that will keep your pet mentally engaged and prevent boredom.

Common Health Concerns

Dental Care

Many pocket pets have continuously growing teeth, making dental care crucial. Our veterinarians can show you how to care for your pet’s teeth and detect any dental issues early.

Respiratory and Skin Health

Respiratory and skin issues can arise in pocket pets. If you notice any changes in breathing, discharge, or skin problems, our experienced veterinarians are here to diagnose and treat these issues promptly.

Emergency Care

In case of emergencies, we’re here for you and your pocket pet. Our hospital is equipped to handle urgent medical situations, and our experienced team will provide the necessary care to get your furry friend back to health.